HOME FOR THE AGED
Rosary Home For The Destitute.
Rosary Home for the Destitute is a social project run by Rosary Trust from 1996 in K.Kailasapuram in South Tamil Nadu, a rural area where people are poor and backward in every walk of life. Rosary Trust is meant to uplift the poor from all types of inhuman sufferings. It covers about 30 villages in and around K.Kailasapuram.
AIM AND ACTIVITY
The aim is to feed, to shelter, to clothe, to counsel, to medicate and to bury the abandoned destitute persons in rural areas. At present there are 50 neglected destitute persons. They are given food, clothes, medicines, counselling and shelter. They are also buried in case no relatives come forward to help.
People of the project area are backward socially, economically and politically. They suffer caste discriminations. Environmentally the area is very hot throughout the year. There is no difference from one season to another. Thus the climate has become bad to worse. The area has not seen a good heavy rain for the last 50 years. There are many aged and persons with different disablities who are neglected and are in need of help.
COST BREAK TABLE FOR 1 PERSON PER MONTH
|Category||Subcategory||Price per month||Quantity||For 1 month|
|Feedback & Admin cost||125||1||125|
Other Urgent Requirements:
- 50 Plastic chairs.
- 50 Beddings.
- wheel chairs.
- 2 Laptops.
- A Plot of Land to build shelters for home in Tirunelveli city.
- 2 Refrigerators.
- 2 Washing machines.
The Trust has no fund to maintain Rosary Home for the Destitute. It maintains the home with local donations which is not enough. The want of outside support is very much needed to look after many poor aged and persons with different disablities and to start other projects to uplift the poor of the area.
The declaration of Rosary Trust Deed is executed at Gangaikondan on the 17th day of March 1997 by Mr. C. Jebamalai, aged 36 years, and residing at K.Kailasapuram, Gangaikondan PO, Trinelveli Dt, 627352, Tamil Nadu, hereinafter called the Author of the Trust whereas the Author of the Trust,