Literates Welfare Association (LAW)
SECTOR: Environment
SUB SECTOR: Awareness & Education
% Spent on beneficiaries
Financial Score:
Age: 26 Years
Tax Benefit: 50%
Foreign donations:
Location(s): Tamil Nadu
Issues Addressed:
Assisting the youth and women for education and livelihood activities; conduction healthcare awareness programs especially for pregnant women; etc.
Supported by:
Functional Vocational Training & Research Society (FVTRS); AIMS India; ECOMWEL; Govt. Department of Environment; etc.
Key Trustees:
Mr. V. Palanisamy, President Mr. G. Venkatesan, Secretary
Ms. S. Murugavijaya, Treasurer Mr. R. Kannan, Member
Ms. S. Ayyammal, Member Ms. P. Selvi, Member
Ms. M. Pasumpon, Member Ms. M. Dhanalakshmi, Member
Sector Comparison:
Beneficiary Spend:
Average: 80.9% Highest: 99.4% Lowest: 51.1%
Average: Rs3 cr Highest: Rs36 cr Lowest: Rs2 lac
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Enabling our society to live in prosperity
  • Literates Welfare Association (LAW) was formed to implement certain structures and systems in place for an inclusive development of villages in the interiors of Tamil Nadu, India. The prime purpose of LAW is to socially and economically back people from rural areas with no prior training or knowledge to provide them with a basic standard of living.
  • Programs & Projects: With the help of LAW's supporters the organization has initiated - i) Supplementary Learning Centers (SLC) and Tuition Centers for students of villages in Tamil Nadu; ii) Training Workshops for SLC Teachers; iii) Free Education/Study materials for tribal students; iv) Skill Training to school dropouts; v) Environment Protection and Awareness Initiatives; vi) Family Counseling Center that provides legal aid to women in distress.
  • Impact: LAW has benefited 185,000 people across 136 villages of Tamil Nadu. They also have 18 Panchayats supporting the services of the organization. 626 students have enrolled in the SLC program and have about 20 SLCs in Tamil Nadu with the help of AIMS India Foundation, USA. 42 tribal children received study materials for education. 150 beneficiaries attended the Herbal Health Camp conducted by LAW.
34 lac
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Source : Audit Report 2018