We help Dalits the most oppressed people in India.
What We Need
Helping the aged and the persons with different disabilities.
When & Who
What we Provide
Rosary Trust provides simple food and accommodation.
rice, chapathis, bread, meats, spicious vegetables, boiled vegetables, etc.
Rs. 6000 for general expenses.
More Services we Offer
Other Ways to Help
50 chairs. 50 cots and bedding materials.
Additional Info about Us
Rosary Trust is a small NGO. It is situated in rural area.
Rosary Trust was founded on 17.03.1997 by Dalit Pope Iruthayaraj Thusnevish. There are 6 more Trustees in the Board of Trustees.
To make the world a place where the poor can have every right to work, to speak, to live, and to enjoy all benefits of the world.
To render service in any form, physical, intellectual, psychological, material or moral, to the socially afflicted, the economically downtrodden, the retarded and the disoriented youth irrespective of age, sex, caste, creed, color or economical status.
To educate, to train, and rehabilitate the socially afflicted, the economically downtrodden, the aged, the physically and mentally disabled and the disoriented youth.
To affiliate and to help like-minded institutions working for the training and rehabilitation of the above mentioned underprivileged persons in every walk of life.
To set up appropriate small scale and cottage industries or handicrafts to provide job oriented training and employment opportunities for the youth and the handicapped.
To acquire by gift, purchase, lease or otherwise movable and immovable properties to administer such properties for the purpose of the Rosary Trust, and if the need arises to sell, to exchange, to lease out or dispose such properties as the Trust may deem fit.
To collaborate with other societies and institutions for the social service of the poor and the downtrodden in India.
Presently, Rosary Trust is running a home for destitute aged and persons with different disabilities. It does many projects of women empowerment. It helps towards the education of poor students.