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Grace Peter Charitable Trust

Primary education
assured_image Children Tamil Nadu
Provide nutrition support for a HIV positive child
Last audited December 2018
Provided Educational Support And Clothing To 55 Underprivileged Students
Grace Peter Charitable Trust works largely with local communities on initiatives linked to their social empowerment and livelihood support. The interventions includes, education, child health care, environment protection, health, gender issues and economic empowerment of women. GPCT has been working for more than 17 years and it is currently spread to over to 92 villages forming part of West Madurai Block of Madurai district in Tamil Nadu. So far, 20450 poor people have benefited by GPCT programs. The organization aims to bring about change in the life of people of rural India. They want to help underprivileged children and widows irrespective of caste, colour, language and religion. Our vision is to help the physically handicapped, blind, and HIV affected people. Grace and Peter were philanthropists. The organisation followed their footsteps in establishing this NGO and in following their ideals. No. of women provided with Sewing Machine - 26 No. of women provided with Sarees - 40 No. of Children provided with educational Support and Clothes - 55 No. of children provided with Nutrition food - 50
Leadership S.R.Vijyakumar
Regular access to healthy and nutritious food,Access to basic and specialised healthcare treatments,Care provided to support daily needs of the vulnerable,
Grace Peter Charitable Trust helps children affected with HIV and AIDS with nutrition support so that they can withstand the intense medical treatment and help them through recovery. Donations to this program will contribute to the cost of nutrition pack, vitamin supplements, Medical care for one child who is HIV positive. Madurai has two Antiretroviral (ART) centers, one in the Madurai Rajaji Hospital and the other in Melur services. Most of the underprivileged children who are HIV positive come to these hospitals for treatment. Grace Peter Charitable Trust's outreach workers identify the children who come here for treatment. Once they are enrolled in the program, the children come with their guardians to collect the nutrition packs from their office or a venue close to the office. A nutrition pack tries to cover all the nutritional requirements of a child. The children continue to receive the kit every month. Additionally, new children get enrolled in the program when they pay their first visit to the hospital. The contents of the pack include 10 Kg Rice 1 Kg Dal 1/2 Kg Cashew nuts 1/2 Kg Date Dry fruit Zincovit Vitamins and Minerals Tonic 1/2 Kg of Nutrition flour Some provision for fresh vegetables and fruits At present, close to 186 destitute children are enrolled in the program. When you donate to this program, you help children affected with HIV get access to adequate nutrition and support their recovery.

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