The trust helps needy persons for treatment to various illness. We have assisted two persons with Rs. 35,000/- for heart operation. We have assisted a sum of 32,400/- for treatment of a special child. We have donated a sum of Rs 20000/- to a boy suffering from cancer for chemotherapy.
We regularly contribute to Rajnikanth Old Age Home, Tambaram East, Karunai Illam, Madambakkam and Good Life Centre, Tambaram West. This project is taken as CONTINUOUS PROJECT of the trust.
The projects detailed above are all major projects, we also provide financial assistance to various needy persons for payment of school fees, college fees,marriage assistance, dialysis, provision of hearing aid etc from the financial assistance received from lion members and public at large.
The trust and MES ROAD RESIDENTS WELFARE ASSOCIATION jointly organized a Blood Donation Camp and collected 70 units of blood. The Rotary Blood Bank, Nanganallur provided technical staff and collected the blood..
TThe trust is planning permanent projects like Old Age Home in the future. We have requested the president, Thiruvanchery Panchayat near Tambaram, Kancheepuram District. The proposal was sent to District collector, Kancheepuram for consideration.
The trust has conducted two medical camps- one for the benefit of general public in association with MEDCITY HOSPITALS, SELAIYUR and the other for women in the age group of above 40 but below 50 yrs with CANCER INSTITUTE, ADYAR. World Hepatitis Day was observed on 28.07.2015. A medical camp was conducted at Annai Anjugam Park, Maruthi Nagar, Sembakkam, Chennai 600073. Dr. Jensing Babu, Medical Director, Annai Arul Hospital with his medical team examined 159 persons for hepatitis infection. Other tests like blood sugar, BP were also done. General consultation was provided to all the persons examined.
Another Medical Camp was conducted on 23.08.2015 at St. Mary’s Higher Secondary School, Ganapathypuram, Tambaram East for the benefit of local public . We have screened 170 persons and identified 65 persons with eye defects and five persons with cataract. Arrangements are made to provide spectacles. The persons with cataract are referred to Sankara Eye Hospital and one girl with drooping Eye syndrome was referred to Sankara Nethralaya.
The trust is promoting the awareness on eye donation among the public. We have invited Dr. Manju Kulkarni a leading Eye Specialist at to give demonstration to the public on eye care and eye donation. We have also invited Ln. J. Babu, General Manager, Sankara Eye Hospital, Pammal to address our members and guests to create awareness on eye donation. So far we have taken steps for eye donation from six deceased persons. The eyes were donated to Sankara Nethralaya, Chennai.
The trust has taken up Cataract Eye surgery to needy persons as a PERMANENT PROJECT. So far we have helped eight persons to undergo cataract surgery. A child of 18 months old was brought to us with eye problem. We have referred the child to Dr. Manju Kulkarni and was identified as Juvinile Cataract. The trust has helped the parents to get the vision corrected.