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Community Development Program

Relief to Stage Performers

Foundation provided bags containing Rice, Groceries and Vegetables to 100 Stage Performers thrown out of job due to impact of covid-19

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Covid-19

Our volunteers in action

Volunteers of our Foundation arranging relief materials for distribution to families of folk dancers economically impacted due to Covid-19

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Covid-19

Foundation honoring the bravehearts

The staff of thanjavur cremotorium who placed service before self were honored for their dedicated service and provided immune boosting supplies in the presence Commissioner Thanjavur Corporation.

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Community Development Program

Induction of Mr. Selvin Chinnaiah as Honorary Vice Chairman

We are happy to announce a new and important addition to our Mother Teresa Foundation team and we welcome Mr. Selvin Chinnaiah as the Honorary Vice Chairman of our Foundation.

A vibrant and creative MBA graduate who has always been volunteering with us for several years and has shown immense interest in the activites of our Foundation.

As a Vice Chairman, he will give his best to contribute for our development and we wish him good luck and look forward to his journey with our Foundation.

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Community Development Program

Recognition by Newspapers

Local newspapers have mentioned about Mother Teresa Foundation regarding its help to 10 tribal families who were provided with day-to-day essentials in Pattukottai, Thanjavur.

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Feeding the Hungry

The Foundation feeds around 500 people everyday in Thanjavur. The Covid-19 pandemic is testing humanity and this is the time to help one and other by doing even the most small contributions.

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Covid-19

Covid 19 screening camp

Covid 19 screening camp by Foundation in coordination with District Administration.
The one that is timely and relevant. No one is safe until every one is safe.

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Covid-19

Feeding the hungry

MTF provides free food continously to the starving people due to pandemic particularly street dwellers, sick, abandoned and wandering people at their door steps.

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