The 2015 flood in Chennai and other parts of Tamil Nadu had left a wake of material loss that challenged endurance of our emotional strength. Many and many people came forward to help those who were suffering in terms of material and morale. With a multitude of needs for people, resources available for flood relief
The memory of heavy flood in December 2015 that prominently affected Chennai stays fresh even now in the minds of those who witnessed the dreadful event. Bhumi had provided necessary support through distribution of household utilities and other survival essentials to many affected people in the city. Also, Bhumi had carried out various rehabilitation activities
The Chennai flood in 2015 has been harsh, bringing life for many to standstill. During this time of distress, Bhumi approached many shelter homes to identify those where relief support was imperative. Amman Maiyam was one among the many homes that Bhumi supported. A shelter home at Chetpet in Chennai, it takes care of 62
Karunai Illam, an orphanage in Chennai, is a place occupied by more than 100 pure-hearted children and few warm caretakers. The home was surrounded by unhygienic and unsafe aura. The boys’ section of home had no surrounding compound wall, which made the home unsafe for lively children. An open ground adjacent to the home has
The book, Best of Chennai – Volume 2, depicts magnificence of city in various aspects. In the book, the collective efforts of people, including the volunteers of Bhumi, to pull the city and state out of grief caused by flood in 2015, is much appreciated.
December 2015 flood relief project Siragu Montessori School, a unit of Suyam Charitable trust, provides free education for homeless and under-privileged children. The school supports more than 400 children and about 100 children stay at Siragu shelter home. A beautiful brook runs around the school and flows past its entrance. A small bridge, which lay
The Eureka Homes low-budget housing project to aid the flood affected families has sucsessfully been completed in Anna Nagar village, Kanchipuram district. In continuation to this, individual toilets were also built for 13 houses recently. For few houses to which government electricity supply connection was not available, solar panels were fitted. Profuse thanks to Qualcomm
The protracted intense Vardah cyclonic storm in December 2016 had thrown a ghastly number of people into perpetual darkness, damaging their hopes of survival. In such a tragic situation, many compassionate hearts extended their support to the people in abyss. Love foundation, located in Minjur, is a Shelter home for children (both boys and girls)