Gandhibhavan, founded and managed by Sri. K. Somarajan, is a registered Charitable Trust developed on the ideals of Mahatma Gandhi, to care, protect and offer sanctuary for the less fortunate members of society who have been abandoned by their families. It currently houses over 1000 residents under one roof. A special needs school, nature cure centers and a rehabilitation centre are a few of the benevolent activities of the Bhavan.
Gandhi Bhavan Aagola Jeeva Karunya Kudumbam’, Kollam, is an International Association of like-minded people holding the motto of ‘Service to mankind is service to God’.
A registered charitable society, led by an eminent social activist Mr. Kalaypuram Jose, it supports many institutions across Kerala serving the downtrodden. Notably it takes care of over 600 residents including homeless senior citizens, the mentally / physically challenged, orphans and street children, AIDS patients, the destitute, drug addicts and alcoholics. This establishment also runs the Samrudhi scheme that supplies free lunch daily to more than 1200 poor patients admitted to various government hospitals.
A registered charitable institution under the directorship of a nun Sr. Roselyn, it is run entirely with the help of donations and contributions from benevolent people. This establishment takes care of mentally derailed and psychosomatic women who have been abandoned by their families, and houses around 140 inmates who are offered proper medical support.
As Chief Patron and mentor of the Sreenarayana Vanitha Samithi, he oversees the activities of over 250 service minded women in running a school for those suffer from hearing and speech impediments, counselling for family relationship and social welfare.
A registered charitable organization, the trust extends all kinds of assistance to its members. Presently, about 600 members enjoy uninterrupted educational support, healthcare and better living standards through the trust.