Non Government Organisations, Non Profit Organisations Tamil Nadu, NGOs in Tamil Nadu, NPOs in Tamil Nadu

Chennai NGOs

Non Governmental organisations (NGOs), Non Profit organisations (NPOs), Social Organisations, Voluntary Organisations, Swayam Sewi Sansthan – NGO in Chennai

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Zonta Resource Centre, Chennai

Add.: 1, 6th Cross Street, CIT Colony
Chennai
Pin: 600004
Tamil Nadu
Phone: 91-44-24971578
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Website: http://tamil-nadu.ngosindia.com/zonta-resource-centre-chennai
Contact Person: May George
Purpose : Education, Health, Human Rights, Poverty, Training, Women’s issues
Aims/Objectives/Mission : Zonta Resource Centre works for improvement of the economic, social and legal status of women through counselling, legal aid, education and vocational training. It provides shelter to vulnerable groups and imparts vocational training to women.

WORLD – Welfare of Orphan & Rural Lead Development Trust, Chennai

Add.: 55/3, D Block, Pandiyan Street, MMDA Colony, Arumbakkam
Chennai
Pin: 600106
Tamil Nadu
Phone: 91-44-23632055
Mobile: 91-94442 32711
Email: world169@gmail.com
Website: http://www.worldindia.org.in
Contact Person: J.Selvarani
Purpose : Education, health, child protection, rural development, orphan and aged care, women empowerment.
Aims/Objectives/Mission : To create center of preferential option for the society. Welfare of Orphan and Rural Lead Development Trust (WORLD) is a non

World Vision

Add.: 16, VOC Main Road, Kodambakkam
Chennai
Pin: 600024
Tamil Nadu
Phone: 91-44-24807070
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Email: indiasponsors@wvi.org
Website: http://www.worldvision.in
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Purpose : Working for lasting changes
Aims/Objectives/Mission : World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization working to create lasting change in the lives of children, families and communities living in poverty and injustice. World Vision serves all people regardless of religion, caste, race, ethnicity or gender.

World Vision India, Chennai

Add.: 16, VOC Main Road, Kodambakkam
Chennai
Pin: 600024
Tamil Nadu
Phone: 91-44-24807070
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Email: indiasponsors@wvi.org
Website: http://www.worldvision.in
Contact Person: J. Christopher Paulraj
Purpose : Agriculture, child welfare & micro-enterprises.
Aims/Objectives/Mission : World Vision is an international partnership, whose mission is to follow our lord and saviour jesus christ in working with the poor and the oppressed to promote human transformation, seek justice and bear witness to the good news of the kingdom of god. We pursue this mission through integrated holistic commitment to transformational development, emergency relief, promotion of justice and strategies initials and public awareness.

Y R Gaitonde Centre for Aids research & Education, Chennai

Add.: YRG CARE, 1, Raman Street, T. Nagar
Chennai
Pin: 600017
Tamil Nadu
Phone: 91-44-28264242, 44-28256900
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Email: yrgcare@vsnl.com
Website: http://www.yrgcare.org
Contact Person: Suniti Solomon
Purpose : Health
Aims/Objectives/Mission : Vision: People with HIV and AIDS and their families live with dignity, and there are no new HIV infections. Mission: To respond to needs of people who are not receiving care and support or education/information for HIV. To build awareness of HIV infection and promote safe and responsible behaviour in the community. To provide all people access to a non-coercive and non-stigmatised counselling, testing and continuum of care. To maintain and develop YRG CARE

Young Helping Minds, Chennai

Add.: 8, VKK Menon Street, Ram Nagar
Chennai
Pin: 600053
Tamil Nadu
Phone: 91-44-26584942
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Email: younghelpingminds@yahoo.co.in
Website: http://www.younghelpingminds.org
Contact Person: Nagappan
Purpose : To provide the basic needs in order to ensure the survival of the unprivileged children.
Aims/Objectives/Mission : To provide the basic needs in order to ensure the survival of the unprivileged children. To provide good education to the children in order to improve the condition of their life. To extend the full support and co-operation until they become self reliant. To create, future leaders from under privileged and down trodden children by starting a montessori school. Dedicating ourselves to make them feel that all human beings live under one roof in this universe.

Women’s Collective, Chennai

Add.: E-53, 15th Street, II Cross, Periyar Nagar
Chennai
Pin: 600099
Tamil Nadu
Phone: 91-44-25507983
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Email: womencollective@rediffmail.com
Website: http://www.womenscollective.in
Contact Person: Sheelu Francis
Purpose : Women empowerment
Aims/Objectives/Mission : The vision of the wc is to strive for active participation of women in economical social, ecofriendly and political, environment without any inequities of religion, caste, political and gender and work towards villages and economically weak areas with equal distribution of resources, food security, violence free and protected environment, establishing a equal, just and lasting humanitarian society. The activities of women

Women’s Voluntary Service of Tamil Nadu

Add.: 19, Mayor, V.R. Ramanathan Road
Chennai
Pin: 600031
Tamil Nadu
Phone: 91-44-28264025
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Website: http://tamil-nadu.ngosindia.com/womens-voluntary-service-of-tamil-nadu
Contact Person: Mano Bakthavatsalam
Purpose : Child welfare, Disability, Disadvantaged communities, Education, Health, Training
Aims/Objectives/Mission : WVS aims at organising measures for the amelioration of living conditions of the weaker sections of the society irrespective of the caste, creed of religion. It conducts various non formal education programmes for the children and also runs creches for them. Apart from these it also organises various health programmes on issues related to AIDS and the disabled.

WEST – Worldwide Educational & Social Welfare Trust, Chennai

Add.: 6, Demonte Avenue
Chennai
Pin: 600060
Tamil Nadu
Phone: 91-44-25585756
Mobile: 91-93828 68767
Email: westcancertrust@yahoo.co.in
Website: http://www.westcancertrust.org
Contact Person: PA Anandakumar
Purpose : Cancer awareness.
Aims/Objectives/Mission : WEST was started by service and like minded, simple and caring people who are worried and concerned for others suffering from pain and to create awareness among rural mass about this killer disease so that it could be prevented by early detection. The public panic when they hear the very word CANCER. They strongly believe that cancer is caused because of God

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