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Dear Friends,

Warm Greetings from Share and Care Children’s Welfare Society

I am pleased to present you the news letter for the months of April, May and June, informing you all about the significant events that have happened during the last three months. 

This letter brings you news about the school closing and reopening. .Now that the School has started on, Many new children have joined us from the different villages. 10th standard students did very well in their exams; they have passed with good results of 96%.  Since the rainy season has started children are working in the flower and vegetable garden, they grew greens last month as they harvested a lot of greens the children were very happy.

I thank all the Teachers, Students, Friends, Sponsors, Supporters and well wishers I offer my gratitude and prayers to each of them.

Thanking you,




Seven girls from Anbagam attended a Programme at Loyola Collage Chennai spark charitable trust conducted the Programme.  Many organizations took part in this awareness Programme.  The girls enjoyed the dances and the song performed given by different organizations .to symbolize the importance of the plants for the ecological well being.   The Anbagam girls planted the sapling in the hostel.



The new van is very useful. It accommodates 30 children at a time. The old van makes 4 trips and new van makes 4 trips.  The parents are very happy   as
their children feel very comfortable traveling in the new bus.

JUNE 15TH World Elders abuse Awareness Day

World elders abuse Awareness Day was organized by Help Age India in Commissioners office. 3 members Kodai, Fathima, and Kalpana from Share and Care Children’s welfare Society participated with the others partners of Help Age. An Oath was taken that elders should be respected and given their importance in the society and also Help Age India will recommend an increase in pension for the elders.


Boommi an NGO organized a Programme called Seragukal 2011.  The Programme went on for 2 days on 9.7.11; and 10.7.11 on the first day from Christ king High School 42 Students attended it, accompanied by
3 teachers John Arokiadas, Dass and Boobalan. 
The Programme took place in Madras Christ King High School. Cinema Actors were invited from the Inauguration of   the Programme.  Our students took part in various Programmes.  The children had a good breakfast and lunch.    The Programme was closed
at 6pm.  On The second day 30 students took part in the Programme.  Group dance, Individual dance, competition such as song oratory, drawing, painting etc were conducted.

20.5.2011 Festival in Kumala Kuzhi

20 students accompanied by teacher Dass from Christ King Primary School attended the Programme held at his Native Village Kumala Kuzhi   there was a variety of Programmes by different schools. Students from Coimbatore, Madurai, Trichy, Kanyakumari, Pondi and Chennai took part in the all the children’s.  Programmes. The children were given breakfast and lunch.  They returned on the same day to Katchur. 
The children in our home have gradually settled down after their holidays 120 children are present, 90 boys and 30 girls, 2 new teachers are taking care of them under the leadership of Lilly.  As the children are made to participate in a lot of Programmes in the week end they are very happy.



                                                      Sasikala and Suresh lived in the city slums. Suresh was a daily laborer; they had two children, a girl and a boy. Saravanan 6years and Sasikala 7 years.  The father was an alcoholic. He used to drink daily and beat his wife. She used to complain every day to the neighbors but no one could do any thing the wife .for the sake of the children was clinging on to the husband there was no one to help her.  One fine day he was drunk and he began a fight and it went on to the extent of burning her to ashes when the children began shouting and crying; they were trembling with fear they ran out of the house to the neighbors, first the neighbors did not think there was some thing very serious but later when they came to see the father who ran away leaving his burnt wife nothing could be done to save her, It was a pathetic situation.. Then the children were given to the grand mother who is very old and also in a very poor condition. The grandmother being very old, she could not care for the children. She brought them to Share and care and handed over the children to our home. They are now kept under   our care and help is extended to them.
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