Grace Peter Charitable Trust (GPCT) is a non-profit, non-religious and grass root voluntary organization established by a team of committed individuals having the same vision of servicing the needy in society. It was formally registered in 2000, and has worked for the development of children's education and health, women empowerment, community health, environment, micro credit and HIV/AIDS prevention and awareness programs and activities.
Their main motto underlines their future plan to make rural India healthy and prosperous. They propose to embark on more Women Empowerment Programs in rural areas, education schemes for rural children outside the education system, and schemes that benefit HIV/AIDS affected children.
Some of their programs are:
Women Empowerment Program: GPCT conducted a special program on capacity building to empower women SHG leaders and also GPCT volunteers and staff members. This program facilitated the local women SHG members in understanding group dynamics, enhancing leadership qualities, organizing events, and starting units for income generation.
Nutrition Food to HIV/AIDS Infected Children: Under this program GPCT has conducted a special event on delivering nutritional food supplement packages to the HIV/AIDS infected children through their chief guests, and provided benefits to the HIV/AIDS infected school students.
Education Program: GPCT provided educational assistance to poor school going children to continue their schooling by providing free educational materials and teaching aids and also distributed free note books to children in the age group of 6-14 years. This service has been offered through the support of donors from GiveIndia.
Free Sewing Machine distribution to poor women: Free sewing machines were distributed to poor and disadvantaged women in their target area to help them get employment and increase their income.
Income Rs7 lac
Expense Rs8 lac
Source : Audit Report 2015
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