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Sevalaya

Destitute child care
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Gift shelter to a destitute child
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Awards & Recognition
Best Chennai-ite BIG Social Initiative, Adarsh Pita Gaurav Purskar, Maharashtra State AIDS Control Socitey, Amazing Indians, GuideStar India NGO Transparency Awards 2016, World of Children Award 2016, Lifetime Achievement Award, Guidestar India Transparen
Last audited December 2018
Provided Free Quality Education To 2058 Underprivileged Students
Sevalaya is a registered charitable Trust and work in poor villages around Tamil Nadu.Their vision is to serve the rural poor and transform them into an equitable, happy and fulfilled society with an improved quality of life.The organization is professionally managed and is governed by a Board of Trustees with a deep commitment to social development, drawn from varied backgrounds. An advisory committee, consisting of people who have experience in various fields, share their experience and skills with the trustees and employees of Sevalaya, on a regular basis. Sevalaya draws its inspiration from Mahatma Gandhi, Swami Vivekananda, and Mahakavi Subramania Bharathiyar. Sevalaya's Vision is based the following three mantras: "Educating even one poor child is holier than constructing thousands of temples" - Mahakavi Bharathi, "India lives in its villages. The country can't be called developed until the last village is developed" - Mahatma Gandhi "God comes in the form of food for a hungry person. Providing food is more important than teaching religion" Swami Vivekananda Their longtime goal is to start a free University for the benefit of orphans, the destitute and poor children.
Leadership V. Muralidharan
Safe space with basic facilities for those with nowhere to go,Access to basic and specialised healthcare treatments
Sevalaya's Swami Vivekananda Boys Home and Mother Teresa Girls Home for destitute boys and girls provide shelter for orphans, poor and destitute boys and girls. Nutritious food, clothing shelter, good education and medical aid are provided to all these children. The family background of the children is verified when they are brought to Sevalaya for admission. Close to 2000 children have been provided with free education through this program. Every year 150 destitute children take shelter in the home. Food, shelter, clothing and basic education should be the right of every child. Poverty should not be a hurdle for any child to have access to basic rights. You can donate to this program and change that for a child. You can see a child like Iiiayaraja grow up to achieve his dreams.

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