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Help Us Save The Little Abandoned Ones
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  • Kalaiselvi

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    Kalaiselvi Karunalaya Social Welfare Society
  • KK

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    Kalaiselvi Karunalaya Social Welfare Society

    from Mogappair west, Chennai

80G tax benefits for INR donations

Kalaiselvi Karunalaya Social Welfare Society is a known NGO working for the rescue, care and protection of abandoned babies in Thiruvallur District under the recognition of Govt of India, and have been running Angel House Children's Home in Mogappair West, Chennai.  

Abandoned babies in hospitals or public places are handed over to us for our care and nurture here till they are eventually given away on adoption to some eligible couples, as per the Government's rules in this regard.

Such babies requires required medicare and treatment for the congenital ailments or contracted infections, which have to be treated in specialty hospitals.  The babies are usually admitted in Sundaram Medical Foundation Hospital where top class treatment is given to these babies, who are deprived of mother's milk at their tender infancy, and so needs all the more careful attention.

Based on our appeal, the SMF has come forward not to charge for the doctor consultation and room charges towards our hospitalisation expenses.

On an average, 2-3 babies per month are getting admitted for their ailments and require intensive care of Pediatric Division at SMF Hospital, Anna Nagar, Chennai.

In addition to hospitalisation charges, many babies required to under various Medical Tests and diagnosis in specialised Diagnostic Centre for their hearing, metabolic tests.  We require requisite funds to pursue the prescribed tests and continue treatment for babies.

We have to raise funds for such treatment from our donors from time to time frequently, and often we face a difficult situation when there are no funds and we plead with the hospitals to bear with us till the adequate amount is raised.

In order to be able to meet such Emergency Hospital treatment charges, and to continue to provide quality medicare for such
babies, we have proposed to create a ANGEL HOUSE - BABY EMERGENCY MEDICARE FUND with a corpus of Rs. 25 lakhs, from which we shall meet the medical expenses of our babies.  

We, therefore, appeal to CROWD FUNDING to help us raise this amount, which would go a long way in ensuring a healthy future for all such babies, and we are sure that the blessings of such innocent beings will go a long way in ensuring the happiness and prosperity of the donors.

Further to our appeal about the need for monetary assistance needed to defray the medical expenses of several abandoned babies, who are entrusted to our care and nurture,  A few have sent in their contributions also in response to our earlier appeal for the treatment.  We extend our profound thanks for our well-wishers.

To give you an update, baby Mukunth, who had serious respiratory problems for which we had to rush him to the Sundaram Medical Foundation Hospital is doing well on the road to regain his health under complete care of our caregivers and followup of Paediatricians at SMF Hospital.

In this month of June, 2 more babies with congenital infections, had to be hospitalised for emergency treatment.

Baby Arivazhagan, was found to be suffering from severe rashes all over the
body, was found to be suffering from staphylococcal sepses.  The hospital treated the baby for about a week and then he has been discharged and is regaining his health at Angel House.  Our caregiver Thulaja is completely taking care of the baby following the medications and oral application of skin creams.

Baby Joyce, a 2-month old female child, who was having high fever and severe congestion, had to be admitted in the same hospital.  She was found to be suffering from bronchial pneumonia and was given the requisite treatment.  The paediatricians have completed various test reports in their labs, and prescribed the requisite injections and medicines, and now after almost a week's stay in the
hospital the child is back at Angel House, recuperating from her illness.  

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