Celebrating Joy of Giving Week – 2014

In view of the “Daan Utsav” our champions are visiting a tribal village, Chinnur Colony in Kodaikanal district on 18th Oct 2014. During this visit we are interacting with around 25 children to understand their problems and see how we can help them in their education. As part of our trip we are collecting used clothes for the above mentioned children. We kindly request you to donate any used clothes for the children aged between 5 to 15 years and we will be happy to deliver it on behalf of you!

Please contact the below volunteers for Chennai drop-off:

Bhaskar K –  9600100205 (Arumbakkam)

Krishna Prasad – 9840770156 (Mogappair)

Shanmugan – 9444505152 (Maduravoyal)

If anyone outside of Chennai wish to donate, please courier it to our office address: Aalayam Foundation No.114/3, Ponniamman Koil Street, Sri Mahalakshmi Nagar, Numbal, Chennai, India – 600077 For any questions, please contact us at 044-32000780 or info@aalayam.org

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Now accepting credit/debit card and net banking

On our 1st anniversary, we are very proud to announce that from now supporters can donate to the cause using your credit/debit card or net banking. This feature was requested by many supporters and it will help our supporters to donate quickly and seamlessly. With this update when a payment is successfully supporters can see their payment information immediately.

We have partnered with PayUMoney to process payments online and currently integrated their PayU button. As a payment processor they charge us a percentage (approx. 2.5 to 3%) of every single transaction as service fee to process payments online. As per 100% to beneficiary policy, Aalayam team is going pay the service fee on behalf of the donors.

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Giving is Living

What can we Give?

We have come with Nothing. So we cannot Give.

We made products from needles to computers from of our mother earth and made money made out of these.

We have received everything from this planet, from Sun light, Water, Food, etc., to Oxygen for our living.

So what can we give?

Since we cannot really give anything, Shall we Share?

Let’s do that. Let’s give what we have received, which is not even ours, with the people who are in need.

This is one way of Living.

It’s not even Giving it’s just Living.