Various Schemes have been implemented for the upliftment of the community and providing them help when in dire need. For the implementation of these schemes, we need lot of money and this money mainly comes from donations of all types under Govt. Rules. Other donations are collected and utilized for various welfare schemes.
We therefore earnestly request the philanthropists and donors to generously contribute substantial funds to implement the existing schemes and the schemes planned for future of socio-economic upliftment of poor and downtrodden and thereby to earn unfailing reward from the Almighty in this world and world thereafter.
Annai Charitable Trust was established as a means to enable a wider spread of benefits to communities beyond those Poor, Refugee and Orphans Student.
Annai Charitable and educational trust is a non-profit organization that was founded in the year 2004 by Joseph Xavier and Amala Joseph. It is a grass root organization that focuses on working with Poor children and the youth to ensure their development, empowerment of adolescent students and upbringing through its projects.
There are various social barriers and challenges faced by the communities of these regions that need to be highlighted.
The aims and objectives of the Trust, according to develop the skills and capacities of rural communities to improve and enhance their livelihood activities, and towards this will:
Support and undertake measures to enhance the position of women and marginalized social groups.
Give special emphasis to training of People.
Free education for Poor, Refugee and Orphans Students.
Provide training and support to individuals, groups or agencies in furtherance of the above aims.
Promoting environmental awareness and conservation.
To provide technical education to support the above aims and objects.
Recognizing that women and children suffer disproportionately from hunger and poverty, Care and Share focuses on working with the poor women and children because; women have always been marginalized and oppressed in the Indian society. We believe women are the foundation of the family and the community and if she is empowered, eventually, the entire family and community are empowered. Women should be organized and strengthened at the grass root level to end their hunger, poverty, and subjugation. Care and Share is making an attempt to make women empowered to create permanent social change.
There are too many children in our area suffer from deprivation, disease, hunger, illiteracy and poverty and consequently live without chances, choices and opportunities. Poverty does not only threaten children by depriving them of the capabilities needed to survive, develop and thrive. It also widens social, economic and gender disparities that prevent children from enjoying their childhood and undermine protective family and community environments, leaving children vulnerable to exploitation, abuse, violence and discrimination. Care and Share works with such children in the areas of education, healthcare and children’s rights. Our intervention is designed to snap the self-reinforcing cycle of hunger, poverty and disease – one life, one child, and one family at a time.