Distributing sparingly used clothes often referred to as clothing donations holds several important benefits for individuals, communities, and the environment. Donating gently used clothing helps meet the basic needs of individuals and families who may not have the means to purchase new clothes. Distributing sparingly used clothes can strengthen communities by fostering a sense of support and solidarity. Thrift shopping and clothing donations align with the principles of sustainability and responsible consumption. Reusing clothing reduces the need for new materials and energy-intensive production processes, contributing to a more sustainable future. Donating clothing can empower individuals to declutter their own wardrobes and make a positive impact by sharing their possessions with others. It's a tangible way for people to contribute to the well-being of their community. In summary, distributing sparingly used clothes is important because it addresses various social, environmental, and economic challenges. It helps meet the needs of individuals, reduces waste, promotes affordability, and supports the principles of sustainability and community engagement.
On 09.09.2023 the Prime Trust Founder and Managing Director Mr.S.M. Arasu visited the Ottankaduvetti Village of Villupuram District and distributed sparingly used clothes to the people in the village.
rime Trust Founder and Managing Director Mr. S.M. Arasu honors the remedial school teachers on teachers’ day.
Teachers' Day is a day dedicated to honoring and appreciating the significant role that teachers play in the lives of their students and in society as a whole. The reasons for honoring teachers on this day are multifaceted. Teachers work tirelessly to educate and shape the future of their students. They often go above and beyond their regular duties to provide guidance, support, and knowledge. Honoring them on Teachers' Day is a way to recognize their dedication and hard work. Teachers have a profound impact on the lives of their students. They not only impart knowledge but also help students develop critical skills, values, and character. Celebrating Teachers' Day inspires and motivates educators to continue their efforts to improve education. It serves as a reminder of the importance of the teaching profession and encourages teachers to strive for excellence.
On 05.09.2023 the Prime Trust Founder and Managing Director Mr. S.M. Arasu honored the remedial school teachers by felicitating them with a shawl and appreciated their contribution and hard work towards the community by his encouraging speech. The Janani home children and the Prime Trust staff were also present.
Prime Trust conducts general medical camp at Rettanai village – 02.09.2023
Conducting a general medical camp can have several benefits, both for the community and for healthcare providers. Medical camps provide access to healthcare services for individuals who may not have easy access to healthcare facilities due to geographical, financial, or logistical barriers. This helps in reaching underserved populations. Regular medical check-ups at camps can help in the early detection of diseases and conditions. Medical camps often include health education sessions where healthcare providers can educate participants about preventive measures, healthy lifestyles, and disease management. This empowers individuals to take better care of their health.
On 02.09.2023 Prime Trust along with Vel dental clinic, Agarwal eye hospital and i med hospital conducted a general health camp at a church in Rettanai village. The imed hospital team from Tindivanam provided general health check-up – blood pressure, blood glucose level and other ailments were treated. The people were provided with medicines. The Vel dental team provided dental check-up, basic treatment and oral health care education was provided. The Agarwal eye team did the screening for auto reflation, refractive error and colour vision, power correction for distance vision & near vision. They provided counselling for cataract surgeries, Glaucoma surgeries and refractive surgeries. For further treatments the people were referred to local health care centres. About 120 individuals were benefitted from the camp.
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