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The Mother Teresa Foundation provides free meals through our ongoing program, everyday, to the needy.
Currently providing 600 meals per day
The Mother Teresa Foundation aims to provide access to equality in education by providing scholarships to the underprivileged; especially to Girl students and first Graduates, through The Mother Teresa Scholarship Program.
The scholarship covers School fees, School supplies, College, Hostel, Transport and Incidental fees and expenses.
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The Mother Teresa Foundation aims to socially and financially uplift 200 Transgender individuals in and around Thanjavur district; by helping to start their own business – DTP centre, small tiffin stall, Cattle rearing, tailoring centre etc. as opted by them.
The Mother Teresa Foundation is a non-governmental charitable organisation working since 2002 for the unwanted, uncared and unloved in the society following the footsteps of St. Mother Teresa. It intensively strives to eradicate poverty, illiteracy and improve upon the health among the underserved. To achieve this goal it works in the fields of education, health, elderly care and upliftment of the disabled and the transgender community. It also addresses starvation by providing free food everyday to the hungry. We collaborate with like-minded service organisations and government agencies in implementing our projects.
New Project Launched
The Mother Teresa Ambulance Service
State Bank of India provided a fully equipped Ambulance to The Mother Teresa Health Centre run by The Mother Teresa Foundation under CSR grant.
To mark International Disability Day, Foundation provided Life support equipments to differently abled and Transgender Individuals.
Mother Teresa Health Centre awarded NABH Entry Level Certificate by Constituent Board of Quality Council of India for its safe and quality medical care within a short span of 5 years. A true reward for our uncompromised quality medical care for the patients.
The program to provide free lunch to over 600 hungry was inaugurated by Mr. M. Govinda Rao IAS., the then District Collector in Thanjavur Medical College premises.
The Amudha Surabhi Free Meal Program
Zero tolerance to hunger
The Mother Teresa Foundation provides free meals everyday to street dwellers, nomads, differently abled and sick people, seasonal wage earners, outpatients, attendees of the inpatients treated in government hospitals and starving general public.
The Mother Teresa Scholarship Program
Bridge from misery to hope
The Mother Teresa Foundation aims to provide access to equality in education by providing scholarships to the underprivileged; especially to Girl students and first Graduates. The scholarship covers School fees, School supplies, College, Hostel, Transport and Incidental fees and expenses.
The Mother Teresa Medical Foundation
Beacon for wholesome health
The Mother Teresa Foundation seeks to provide modern medical care at affordable cost to everyone. The Mother Teresa Health Centre engages itself to provide such care with humanism in various specialties.
The Mother Teresa Joy Home for the Aged
Home of peace and happiness unparalleled
The Mother Teresa Joy Home provides the requisite comfort for our neglected elderly with love and compassion. We provide all basic needs which mainly include food, shelter and medical care.
The Mother Teresa Anbu Illam
Abode of love
The Foundation houses children in The Mother Teresa Anbu Illam (orphanage) and creates a platform of hope with parental care. The children in the home are given free food, shelter, clothing, medical care and quality education both at school and college levels.
The Mother Teresa Disaster Relief Program
Help in need is help indeed
The program is multilayered and planned to address issues such as floods, cyclones, droughts and rapid spread of epidemics and provide help for prevention and mitigation and more recently during the economic chaos caused by COVID-19. The Foundation over the years has actively responded to the call and helped thousands of affected people especially those in inaccessible areas in such situations.
It is our privilege to say that we are associated ourselves with this Foundation and we shall continue to support the Foundation whose presence is going to play a positive role for a strong society, which will help in national development.
I wish them all the best for their endeavors in future.
In an event conducted at The Mother Teresa Anbu Illam, 19 students
The Mother Teresa Health Centre and Raja Mirasudhar Government Blood Bank, conducted a Blood Donation camp, today, The World Blood Donation Day which is observed on the 14th of June every year.
The Foundation is undertaking building of a house for a Family of three (with a school going daughter) with both the parents being physically challenged.
Shri. Anbil Mahesh Poyyamozhi, Hon’ble Minister for School Education, inaugurated the 100 LPM Oxygen generator offered to govt. hospital of Budalur, on behalf of Mother Teresa Foundation. This equipment can cater to 20 patients simultaneously.
It was a good day for our occupants as they enjoyed the love, care, and compassion from our hon’ble Ministers and govt. officials.
Mother Teresa Foundation, Tamil Nadu was very much interested in knowing and understanding the dreams and aspirations of students of Kolkata. With high ambitions and goals in life, these young souls are confident of making it big in the society. And we are glad to help them and support them in every way possible, specifically for their Education.
Missionaries of Charity adhere to the vows of wholehearted free service to the poorest of the poor, following the footsteps of St. Mother Teresa. And we from Mother Teresa Foundation, Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu consider it as a blessing, for having been able to meet and interact with the Superior General and other nuns of the Charity.
In the Media
The national Tamil daily newspaper Dhinamalar published an article appreciating the efforts of The Mother Teresa Health Centre on the 1st of July 2022
Newspaper reports released on 21st May 2022 in the following Tamil Dailies: Dinamalar, Dina Mani, Dina Thanthi, Times of Tamil Nadu and Malai Malar.
Newspaper reports released in Dinamalar dated May 20, 2022. Malai Malar dated May 20, 2022. Dina Thanthi, Dina Mani, and Vanakkam India dated May 20, 2022
Newspaper reports released in Dina Malar, dated May 1, 2022. Dina Thanthi and Malaimalar, dated May 2, 2022. Dina Mani dated May 3, 2022
Help and support was provided to the families of the deceased, who died due to electrocution at Kalimedu, Thanjavur district