# 6, 10th B Cross, Kaveri Nagar, R.T. Nagar Post, Bangalore-560032, INDIA
Website: www.humnaityfoundation.com E-Mail: email@example.com
Mobile: 9449464672 / 9980579678
Profile of our Trust
It gives us immense pleasure to inform you that, we have established a registered charitable trust under the name HUMANITY FOUNDATION, with the sole motive to serve the community, for the benefit of economically backward class persons, irrespective of caste, colour, creed and religion. Some of the common motives are reproduced below for your kind perusal and necessary information.
Charitable services of Humanity Foundation
1. Scholarship: The trust is aims to providing Scholarships to the meritorious deserving students.
2. Pension Scheme: The trust is aims to organizing monthly pensions to the widows.
3. Free Education to Orphan Children: The trust is aims to providing Free Education to the Orphan Children, who have lost their earning parent(s).
4. Supply Food for the Poor: The trust is aims to supply Food for the Poor & Economically Backward class Community.
5. Medical Aid to the needy: The trust is aims to organizing Free Medical and Blood Donation camps periodically, to extend medical facilities to needy people of the community.
6. Free Books & Uniforms: The trust is aims to organizing for the distribution of School Uniforms and Books to the needy children free of cost.
7. Free Training & distribution of Sewing Machine: The trust has taken the task of offering Free Tailor training to the socially, economically backward class girls / housewives / Widows and also will make the arrangement of free distribution of sewing machines to them after the successful completion of the training and awarding of certificate from the trust.
8. Free Computer Courses: the trust is also offering free Computer courses for the girls / housewives / widows coming from economically backward community and a certificate will be awarded from the training institute after the successful completion of the course.
9. Arranging for last rituals expenditure for poor’s.
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