Community Services

"Let us give a little cold water to the thirsty; give a few grains of food to the hungry; speak a few kind words to the afflicted. The Lord will bless us."

God is gracious enough to give us this present life.There is no pleasure in this world equal to the joy of being helpful to those around us.

GOD IS GRACIOUS ENOUGH TO GIVE US THIS PRESENT LIFE.

LET US JOIN HANDS & SHARE WITHALL THOSE WHO ARE IN DESPERATE NEED OF LOVECARE, TO MAKE OURLIFE MEANING FULL AND BRINGHAPPINESS TO THEM.

God isgracious enough to give us this present life.There is no pleasure in this worldequal to the joy of being helpful to those around us.

We help :

India Vision Foundation-Dr.Kiran Bedi

('Saving the next victim')

56 Uday Park (Basement),

New Delhi-1100049

Tel : 47100700, 26525741, 26525743

Telefax : 0091-11-46081614

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Web : www.indiavisionfoundation.org

Udavum Karangal (Vidyaakar’s Helping hands )

#460, N.S.K. Nagar,

Chennai – 600106

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Ph:+91-44-2621 6321, 2621 6421, 262 22161

Fax:+91-44-2626 7624

Phone # to call from US: 781 382 0966

Web:www.udavumkarangal.org

Shree Ramana Maharishi Academy (for the blind)

3rd Cross,3rd Phase,

J.P. Nagar,

Bangalore- 560078

Karnataka

Tel- 080 26581076

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web: www.srmab.org.in

M.SYED MUSTAFA (Physically Disabled welfare )

12 / A , IndiraNagar,

Perambalur-621212

Larencce Charitable Trust, ( for disabled)

2/4, 1st Cross Street,

3rd Avenue, Ashok Nagar,

Chennai – 83

Ph: 044 - 3253 6575, 99622 43647, 97907 50783 / 84

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Anbupaalam, ( for social causes )

No-1,4th Main Road,

Kasthuriba Nagar,Adyar,

chennai-20

Ph: -44-24419439 / 9840218847

ESRO – (Educational & Social Research Organisation

New No-131,Kumarappa st,

Nungambakkam ,

Chennai-34,

Tamilnadu

cell 98414-35126.

Web:www.esro.in

GOOD LIFE CENTRE ( for special children)

12, Loganathan st,

Tambaram west,

Chennai – 45

PH:22264151 / 22264152

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DVM seva Palam ( for social causes)

Thirvottiyur ,

Chennai-600019

Tel;9840246985

Holy Angel Orphanage (for poor children )

N0-6 , 4th Nagai amman nagar ,

Avadi,

Chennai- 600054,

Cell; 9710249484

Trichy exnora trust, ( for needy children and senior citizens)

E 303 Vasanth vihar Apartments,

1ST Cross

Thillainagar,

Trichy 620018

Tel; -0431-3091636/4040660

Kaliselvi Karunalaya,(for abandoned babies & women)

PP1,3rd block

Mogappair west,

chennai-600037,

Tel: 26257779

web:www.kkssindia.org

Sivananda Saraswathi Sevashram

( Home for children & elderly people)

No,20 Kambar Street,

East Tambaram,

P. Box No. 8,

Chennai : 600059

Tamilnadu, India.

Ph : +91-44-22392444,

Fax/Phone : +91-44-22391078

Cell : 98410 77690

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web: www.buildhope.org

Sri Arunodayam Charitable Trust (Fordisabled children )

35, Sivananda nagar,

Kolathur,

Chennai,

Tamil Nadu, India

cell: 09444915803

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Web: www.sriarunodayam.org

SRI SUKAR PUBLIC CHARITABLE TRUST

29,5th trust cross st,

Mandavelipakkam,

Chennai-28

9841023545

( for social causes)

SUYOG MATIMAND MULANCHISHALA

( MENTALY HANDICPPED CHILDREN )

TAL MANGAON ,

RAIGAD – 402104

Ushanjali Trust(for eduction to poor)

1B,Narayanakrupa,

4,Jeevarathnam Nagar,

Adyar,

Chennai-20

Tel: 044-24469292 / 9444069292

The United physically Handicapped school

The Secretary,

96,Sathy Main Road,

Kurumbalayam,

Kovai-641107,

Tamilnadu

Ph:0422-2667578 /2667636

web:www.tuphschool.org

DVM seva Palam ( for socialcauses)

Thirvottiyur ,

Chennai-600019

Tel;9840246985,25732895

NESAM (Special School for Mentally Challenged)

19,  Jeevanandham Salai (Jones Hospital)  

Arcot - 632 503

web site :www.nesam.org.

Anbagam special school( formentallydisabled children)

New cpolony .opp –Post office,

Thuraimangalam,

Perambalur –dt,

Pin; 621 220,

Tel:9443147164, 9842477583

Suyamcharitable trust(Education for street children and backwards)

Old no-5 /New no-26,

2nd floor,zinda st,

kondiathope,

Chennai- 600 078

Ph; 44-25204822 / 43237732 / 9840365819

and … many more near to our places!

 

Woman Police Force to Donate Their Organs!

First,they broke tradition by joining the country's paramilitary forces - a profession not yet synonymous with a common Indian woman. And now,

they have once again paved the way for a not-so-common practice - pledging to donate their eyes and other body organs at AIIMS's "brain

death donor registry" for organ retrieval.

In a country where not many believe in donating their organs after death, Central Reserve Police Force's entire 88 Mahila Battalion - the world's first all-woman

paramilitary battalion - on Tuesday pledged their bodies for use after they die "so that they continue to serve the nation even after death".

One whole body donation can help over 40 needy patients 

Interestingly,800 women from this battalion have already pledged whole body organ donation individually at AIIMS's Organ Retrieval Banking Organization (

ORBO) since January this year. On the occasion of the International Women's Day , the whole battalion pledged their organs in the presence

of President Pratibha Patil at Jharoda Kalan.

Commander Nitu D Bhattacharya of the battalion said, "We have already pledged our lives to the nation. The idea is to be of some service even after death. I

have donated my eyes when I was in class IX. Organs are needed in large numbers in India and I believe everybody should at least donate

their eyes. It did take some time to convince all the girls in the battalion and their families."

ORBO's faculty in charge, Dr Aarti Vij, said, "It's a great act of selfless service not just to our country but also to society." She said ever since the brain death registry that

began in 2004, over 13,500 people have pledged their organs. While some have pledged their organs for medical research, most have agreed to

donate them for use on other patients needing a transplant of vital organs to survive.

 

Brain death, however, is still not completely accepted by Indians

Patients who are brain dead have suffered complete and irreversible loss of all brain function and are clinically and legally dead. Mechanical

ventilation and medications keeps their heart beating and blood flowing to their organs.After natural death, when the heart stops

beating, only a few tissues like cornea, bone, skin and blood vessels can be donated whereas after brain death, almost 37 different organs and

tissues can be donated.Though India legalized the concept of brain death and facilitated organ procurement from brain dead donors for the first time in 1994 through the new Transplantation of Human Organs Act, the concept is yet to take off among Indians who feel the patient has hope to recover until his heart beats. 

Some organs can only be saved when blood circulates through them. The moment blood circulation stops, except for kidney and cornea, no other organ can be used.