Grace Peter Charitable Trust

To bring about socio-economic-justice changes in the lives of underprivileged people of Rural India. To promote underprivileged Children education and health care, Women & Girls health care and rights, and Human rights. To care, guide and support the physically handicapped, and HIV / AIDS infected people. To create Environmental and Climate change awareness
Jan 3, 2013

Distribution of Benefit Materials to the Deserving

Basira Begam
Basira Begam

                    Grace Peter Charitable Trust has celebrated its 12th year Annual function at Grace Peter Charitable Trust’s Training center on 18th December 2012. Dr. S.R.Vijayakumar, Managing Trustee of Grace Peter Charitable Trust has presided over the function and welcomed the all participants.
Mrs. Elsie Edwin, Trustee of GPC Trust has delivered welcome address speech.
                   Mr. N.Arumuganaynar, Deputy Collector and P.A. to District Collector, Madurai as the Chief Guest of the function has distributed the benefit materials such as sewing machines to HIV/AIDS positive women, Iron Box to a poor man, School uniforms and Educational materials for poor Children, sarees to aged women and Nutrition food & sarees to ten HIV/AIDS positive women. 
               Mrs. P.Amarjothiradhabai, Chairperson of GPC Trust thanked all the participants. Finally the function was ended with the National Anthem

 

Sewing Machine Beneficiaries Details

  1. Beneficiary Name is Mrs. K.Latha. Her husband Name is Mr.R.Kannan and he is working as a car driver with meager income Rs.2000/- per month. Latha is a house wife and having four children.

            Their names are as follows.

            1. K.Akalya studying in 11th standard.

            2. K.Rajageetha studying in 6th standard.

            3.K. Srimathi studying in UKG.

 

  1. Beneficiary Details:

Beneficiary Name is A.Basira Begam. Her husband name is R.Akbaar Ali and he is working as daily wages with meager income Rs. 2300/- per month. Mrs. BasiraBegam is a House wife and having two children. Their children names are as given below,

  1. A.Sabir Sathik  is studying 4th standard.
  2. A.Sajeetha Banu is studying 1st standard

 

Financial Support: GiveIndia Donors and other individual Donors 

K.Latha
K.Latha
A HIV/AIDS woman get Nutrition food and Saree
A HIV/AIDS woman get Nutrition food and Saree
A HIV/AIDS woman get Nutrition food and Saree
A HIV/AIDS woman get Nutrition food and Saree
A HIV/AIDS woman get Nutrition food and Saree
A HIV/AIDS woman get Nutrition food and Saree
A HIV/AIDS woman get Nutrition food and Saree
A HIV/AIDS woman get Nutrition food and Saree
A HIV/AIDS woman get Nutrition food and Saree
A HIV/AIDS woman get Nutrition food and Saree

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Nov 14, 2012

Nourishment Supplied to HIV/AIDS Positive Children

A.Tamilarasan
A.Tamilarasan

Nourishment Supplied to the Target Children

 

Grace Peter Charitable Trust has arranged a function to distribute the nourishment and guidance & counseling for the target children on 07/11/2012. Managing Trustee of Grace Peter Charitable Trust Dr. S.R.Vijayakumar has inaugurated the function. The Chief Guest Dr. K. Raja distributed the benefits to the target children. Mrs. P.Amarjothi Radha Bai, Chairperson of Grace Peter Charitable Trust has welcomed the all participants. Dr. K.Raja has conducted the counseling and guidance for the target children. The target children were actively participated in the counseling session. The target children’s CD4 counts were increased.  All the target children are going to school regularly with happy.

 

 

 

Place of Nutrition food

Distribution to target children                        :    Grace Peter Charitable Trust 

                                                                                Administrative Office, Madurai,

                                                                                India. 

 

Date of Distribution                                         :    07– 11 – 2012 

  

Number of Beneficiaries for

the month of November 2012                         :    15 Target children

  

Numbers of Benefits have

Distributed to target Children                         : 1. Manna Nutrition flour

                                                                              2. Rice pack 

                                                                              3.Vitamins and MineralsTonic

                                                                              4. Try Dates fruits 

                                                                              5. Cashew Nuts 

                                                                              6. Dhal 

                                                                              7. Rs. 500/- Cash for daily 

                                                                                  Purchase vegetables & Fruits 

                                                                              8, Guidance & Counseling by

                                                                                   Dr. K.Raja M.S., D.L.O., M.Ch.

 

Case Study of a Beneficiary Child

 

 

Name of the Child                               :          A. Tamilarasan 

 

 Father's Name                                    :         S. Arumugam

Mother's Name                                    :         A.Valli

 

Age                                                      :         14 years

 

 

Family Background:

 

Tamilarasan is a HIV/AIDS positive child studying 10th standard in a Government Higher Secondary School, Thiruppalai, Madurai. His father and mother died due to HIV/AIDS infection. His Aunty is taking care of him. His Aunty is working in as a daily wages with meager income Rs. 2400/ per month. 

Kalidass
Kalidass
M.Vijay
M.Vijay
V.Regina
V.Regina
Participants
Participants
Participants
Participants

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Oct 7, 2012

Donors Removed the Poverty of four target women by the Action of Human Being

Mrs. P.Panjali
Mrs. P.Panjali

                    Grace Peter Charitable Trust has arranged a function for distributing four sewing machines to four HIV/AIDS positive poor women on 26 – 09 – 2012 at Training center, Grace Peter Charitable Trust, Madurai 625014. Mrs. Elsie Edwin Head of the Organization was presided over the function. Mrs. Dr. D. Jebapriya PhD., Assistant professor, Department of Management Studies, Government Arts College, Paramakudi has delivered special speech and distributed the four sewing machines to the following women:

1. Mrs. R. Selvi, She is living with HIV/AIDS positive woman. Her husband died due to HIV/AIDS infection. She is working as a daily wages with meager income Rs. 2500/- per month. She has one female child and a male child.
2. Mrs. C. Saraswathi, She is living with HIV/AIDS positive woman. Her husband died due to HIV/AIDS infection. She is working as a coolie with meager income Rs. 2000/- per month. She has two female children.
3. Mrs. K.Aayisha Beevi, She is living with HIV/AIDS positive woman. Her husband is also living with HIV/AIDS positive man. She has two female children and one male child living with HIV/AIDS. Her husband is working as a watchman in a private company with meager income Rs. 3000/ per month.

4. Mrs. P.Panjali is a 35 years old HIV/AIDS positive widow woman. Her husband died due HIV/AIDS infection. She has four female children. She is working as a housemaid with meager income Rs. 2100/- per month.

Donations by GiveIndia online Donors, GiveIndia Foundation, India.

 

Case Study of Mrs. P.Panjali

Name of the Beneficiary            :   Mrs. P.Panjali

Date of Birth                               :    12/08/1976

Health Status                              :    HIV/AIDS positive women

Husband’s Name                        :    Mr. S.Ponram

Number of Children                    :    Four female Children

Family History of Mrs. Panjali:

              Mrs. P.Panjali is a 35 years old HIV/AIDS positive widow woman. Her husband died due HIV/AIDS infection. She has four female children. She is working as a housemaid with meager income Rs. 2100/- per month.

 

 Conclusion of the Report:

                                Grace Peter Charitable Trust has provided Sewing Machines to HIV/AIDS Positive Women with the help of Donations from the GiveIndia foundation for the Sustainable Livelihood for HIV/AIDS Positive Poor Women. The target women are earning more income by the use of Sewing Machine and so the target women and their family are happy. Hence the GiveIndia Donors removed the poverty of the four HIV/AIDS Positive Poor Women. We will provide Sewing machine for the remaining HIV/AIDS Positive Women in the Project’s Beneficiaries List.

Mrs. C.Saraswathi
Mrs. C.Saraswathi
Ayesha Beevi
Ayesha Beevi
Selvi
Selvi

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