Vidya Sagar is a pioneer in working with persons with disability over the past 27 years.The organisation currently works with over 3800 infants, children and young adults in different projects towards their education,empowerment,inclusion and employment.
Karnaprayag is a reception centre for abandoned infants and babies. The Centre was started in 1980 as a unit to receive and care for infants brought for admission to the Chatnath Homes SOS Children's village orphanage.
10 Raja Krishna Road,
Chennai 600 018.
The Trust runs "BRINDAVAN", a Home for destitute children. They are also engaged in providing nutrition to pregnant women, imparting computer and tailoring classes to underprivileged children.
No.22/10 First Floor,
SRI VENKATESWARA CHARITABLE TRUST
This Trust runs an Orphanage since 1960 where destitute children's food, clothing and education are taken care of. They also have an Old Age Home.
Sri Venkateswara Charitable Trust,
Kaduveli – Naadar Pannai,
Thanjavur District – 613203.
CHILD- Home for Children
Child is a registered Organization, started in 2005, looking after orphans and abandoned children of HIV positive parents.
No.1, Chellappa Street,
Annai Nagar, Korattur,
GOOD LIFE CENTRE
A caring home for the newly born, abandoned children, special children, orphans and destitute women. The home has around 45 residents, which provide food, clothing, shelter, medical aid, special education and rehabilitation programmes.
# 7-B Loganathan Street, (Near Vidya Theatre),
SWAMI VIVEKANANDA RURAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIETY
The society has been serving the cause of broad based education of children in remote villages of TamilNadu by promoting Single Teacher Schools. The society aims to bring children of the underprivileged classes to the national mainstream education process.
Single Teacher Schools (Unit of Swami Vivekananda Rural Development Society),
New No.36, Ramanujam Street,
RAMAKRISHNA MISSION STUDENTS HOME
The Ramakrishna Mission Students Home, started in 1905, provides free board, lodging and educational under typical Gurukula system to the orphan and destitute children eager for education. The Home is also running a non-residential primary school for the benefit of the poor boys and girls of the locality.
No.66, P.S. Sivasami Salai,
Rasa (Ramana Sunritya Aalaya), Centre for Theatre Arts and Special Needs, was founded in 1989. It focuses on the holistic development of children with special needs through experiences of music, dance, drama, story telling and other aspects of theatre. This training is imparted to these children absolutely free of cost.