Sena Kalyan Sangstha (SKS) started its journey as Post War Services Reconstruction Fund. It is raised out of funds built up during World War-II by the Government contributing taka two for each Combatant Soldier per month. The money was to be spent on their rehabilitation in civil life when they would be demobilized after the War. After the Indo-Pak partition it was renamed as Fauji Foundation. The then East Pakistan’s share amounted to Tk. 52.22 lac. Out of this amount the Government spent Tk. 3.50 lacs on a building in Motijheel Commercial Area in Dhaka and sum of Tk. 1.50 lacs was given to Headquarters 14 Division for spending on the rehabilitation of Ex-servicemen.