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June 19

KYLF celebrates Mango Festival with the underprivileged

KYLF celebrated Mango Festival with the underprivileged children and adults by distributing mangoes and other fruits bringing a smile on the faces of the little kids

April 29

KYLF celebrates elders birthdays at St. Joseph's Old Age Home

KYLF celebrated the birthdays of 36 elders at St. Josephs Old Age Home

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Touching Human Lives

Differently Abled Care

Given the huge challenges and social barriers faced by mentally challenged children and youth largely due to lack of education and awareness, the need for dedicated help and support services has been an acutely felt requirement. Sensing this huge gap in society Kalyani is trying to fulfil this void by working closely with two other NGOs in this sector – Care Giver Trust and Bodhayan.

Care Giver Trust, Kolkata

Kalyani has tied up with Care Giver Trust, to work with, support, fund and enable projects promoted by Care Giver Trust for the mentally challenged. We are currently building a home at Baruipur (near Kolkata), where parents and wards from the fraternity can stay for life,their needs looked after and their requirements taken care of. The same property which is being developed Kalyani is a landmark project and would bridge a huge gap for a normal livelihood for mentally challenged adults and their parents. We want everyone interested in working or contributing to the mentally challenged fraternity to join us in this movement.

Bodhayan Project, Kolkata

As part of the Bodhayan Project, Kalyani works with mentally challenged children and actively assists/helps them in their basic skill development and healthcare requirements. Among the critical social support services being provided by Kalyani includes enabling basic vocational skills for mentally challenged children to help boost their self-esteem while gradually becoming self-reliant and helping live meaningful lives. As a part of this charter Kalyani organizes different workshops to train these children in Candle Making, Envelope Making, Paper Bag Making, and Handloom etc. In addition regular Yoga sessions are conducted as an intrinsic part of the healthcare initiatives helping such children and young adults to alleviate their physical sufferings.