E-Unnathi has from its inception been at the forefront in providing relief to those in need. During the floods that devastated Kerala in 2018, members of the E-Unnathi team were actively involved in relief work across the state, especially in the districts of Alapuzha, Ernakulam, Pathanamthitta and Wayanad. E-Unnathi created a world record by setting up 72 bio-toilets in as many hours in Kuttanad area of Alapuzha District which was submerged under flood waters for several days. They also distributed 75,000 liters of potable water and three tons of food in the area in collaboration with the civic authorities. E-Unnathi has a Rapid Response Team to help out during times of emergency. During the floods they set up a 24/7 helpline to support the Navy and the Coast Guard by providing accurate coordinates of the geolocation of stranded people, and also provided 10,000 packages of food and water to be air-dropped in areas that were inaccessible by road. Meantime, a core team of E-Unnathi members were busy in Wayanad District in northern Kerala, supplying medicines, food and essentials directly to relief camps set up in various parts of the district. The organization is currently actively involved in the post deluge reconstruction activities in Alapuzha, Ernakulam, Pathanamthitta and Wayanad districts. E-Unnathi mobilized more than 1000 volunteers in less than two weeks to strengthen the sea wall in Chellanam, a tiny fishing hamlet in Ernakulam district of Kerala that was being ravaged by sea erosion. E-Unnathi’s activities are not limited to the home state of Kerala. When cyclone Gaja hit the Tamil Nadu coast in November 2018, the group sent truckloads of kitchen kits and other essentials to the affected people in the state.