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SRI PADMAVATHI AMMA AGED HOME TRUST
(A Public Charitable Trust) Home for Aged & Orphans

Greetings!

In the grace of "Sri Padmavathi Thayar, Sri Venkatesa Perumal, Sri Kamatchi Amman", Sri Padmavathi Amma Aged Home for Senior Citizen Trust is run to serve the abundant, widower and old age women without any expectations from them for the past 12 years.

Due to financial crisis now, we request you to join your hands with us and help the need to the needful by our free meals scheme.

Where there is a will, there is a way

Make your special occasions memorable by offering a free meals on your Birth day, Wedding day, New Year, Deepavali, Pongal, Amavasai, Powrnami and other important festivals.

As on now the space is not sufficient. We are unable to serve to the new needful people. In this condition we are planning to construct a new spacious building so we request you to do the needful.

If you are interested to participate in this above concern please contact us

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TOGETHER WE ARE TRANSFORMING THE LIVES OF Aged & Orphans

The Trust

SRI PADMAVATHI AMMA AGED HOME was formed by A.Selvi in the Year of 2005 with full blessings of kind hearted people. Service to the Poor is Service to the God" based on these words this Trust started its service to the poor.

The Trust is a Public Charitable Trust for serving the general Public by promoting education, medical relief, granting protection and relief to the poor and for furtherance and promotion 'of Any or all forms of charitable objects within the meaning of provisions of the Income Tax act, 1961, provide food, clothes medicines and other articles of necessity, free of cost. The main aim of the Trust is to maintain an Orphanage Home for the Aged . The Trust has A.Selvi as Founder and Managing Trustee, T.Asai Thambi as patron, V.Dhavamani , D. Vasantha, D, Murugan as Trustee.

“Make your special occasions memorable by offering a free meals on your Birth day, Wedding day, New Year, Deepavali, Pongal, Amavasai, Powrnami and other important festivals.... .”
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