Snapshot
Literates Welfare Association (LAW)
SECTOR: Environment
SUB SECTOR: Awareness & Education
UN Sustainable Development Goal:
Goal 3: Good Health and Well Being
% Spent on beneficiaries
94%
Financial Score:
Age: 27 Years
Tax Benefit: 50%
Foreign donations:
Location(s): Tamil Nadu
Issues Addressed:
Environmental Protection and Bio-diversity conservation; Education and Livelihood Support; Health Awareness; Women Empowerment
Supported by:
AIMS India Foundation, USA; Functional Vocational Training & Research Society, Bangalore; Onaway Trust, UK; Department of Environment, Chennai; CSWB, New Delhi
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
Recognition:
Sector Comparison:
Beneficiary Spend:
Average: 80.9% Highest: 99.4% Lowest: 51.1%
Income:
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: With the help of LAW's supporters the organization has initiated - i) Environmental Protection includes sensitizing students and teachers on environmental conservation and bio-diversity, distribution of bio-degradable bags. ii) Skill Development includes vocational training to youth in tailoring, dress making, fashion designing, driving, beautician etc. iii) Women Empowerment includes forming Self-Help Group of rural women enabling them to achieve economic independence and training women iv) Child Welfare includes running creches for children till the age of 5 years of working and ailing mothers providing pre-school education, food, recreation, medical care etc. v) Family Counseling Center offers emotional support and legal aid services to mostly women along with a mobile counselling service vi) Educational Development includes running Supplementary Learning Centers (SLC) and Tuition Centers.
  • Impact: In 2018-19, LAW reached out to 901 children under SLC, 135 youth under skill training and 90 women under livelihood program, 600 cases in the family counselling center and 20,000 students through HIV/AIDS awareness.
Income
Rs
34 lac
Expense
Rs
35 lac
Source : Audit Report 2018