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Accord Charitable Trust Ngo In Chennai Tamil Nadu

Accord Charitable Trust Ngo Information

ACCORD CHARITABLE TRUST Non Governmental Organization is located in Chennai Tamil Nadu . ACCORD CHARITABLE TRUST is registered as a Trust at Chennai of state Tamil Nadu with Ngo unique registration ID 'TN/2014/0083846' . The NGO registration is done by Sub-Registrar with registration number 180/2013 on the date of 05-04-2013, Its parent ORganaisation is PaulFoundation. The Chairman of ACCORD CHARITABLE TRUST is Shantha Kumari and Chief functionary officer is Vinodh Prem Dhas. Promoters are Jayakumar Charles, Libin Joseph, ,.

NGO Organization / Ngo Information

NGO Name
Unique Id of VO/NGO
Chief Functionary
Vinodh Prem Dhas
Shantha Kumari
Promoter 1
Jayakumar Charles
Promoter 2
Libin Joseph

Registration Details

Registered With
Type of NGO
Registration Number
City of Registration
State of Registration
Tamil Nadu
Date of Registration
NGO Registration certificate
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Contact details

Mobile Number
No. 10, First Main Road, Gangai Amman Nagar, Nerkundram

ACCORD CHARITABLE TRUST Key Issues and Operational Areas, Major Activiities & Achivements

Major Activities and Achivements

Accord Charitable Trust (ACT) is a social service organization, registered in Chennai (Regn.No: 180/2013) dedicated to addressing rural children development, education and to build sustainable, healthy and productive communities aiming at dignified life style through various outreach programs. We have been actively working in the rural belt of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and West Bengal among the deprived and downtrodden community children through free comprehensive-medical camps, free Computer Education programs, Non-residential Bridge School programs, Free Technical Empowerment Workshops for rural youths. Apart from the education sector, we also work in the social reformation division viz., creating awareness of addiction to alcohol, planting trees and food-drive program in which we provide food to the destitute, mentally challenged and orphaned elders. Through our “Free Basic-Computer Education” program 110 rural students have been benefited, while 60 rural youths have been benefitted through our “Free Technical Empowerment Workshop”. 30 tribal students through our “Non Residential Bridge-School” program and we have planted nearly 150 trees through our “Tree Planting” program. We have visited 20 villages and met 900 people directly to create awareness on the “Addiction to Alcoholism” program.