Please contribute to Pallium India’s food-kit program

2018 July 25

Pallium India provides palliative care to people suffering from chronic or life-limiting illnesses who need care for the rest of their lives. Palliative care involves improving quality of life of these people, by treating pain and other symptoms and by providing emotional, social and spiritual support.

Pallium India’s programs include home visit by a team consisting of a doctor, nurse, social worker and a local community volunteer. During these visits, very often we come across people whose lives have been ravaged by disease, left in isolation and financially ruined. We see the silent helplessness in their eyes when doctors prescribe medicines to be “taken after meals” – there is no money left to buy or cook food, and the family is starving.

Pallium India’s food-kit program supports these poor families by providing monthly a kit costing about ₹1000/- containing 5kg rice, sugar, tea and groceries.

There are countless deserving families, but we are able to reach only a fraction of them.

What can you do?

You can make a difference to such families by supporting Pallium India’s food-kit program. Please donate ₹1000 (for one month) or ₹6000 (for six months) or ₹12,000 (for a year) so that we can reach more and more people in need.

You can donate using one of these ways:

Online donation & foreign transfer: https://palliumindia.org/donate/

For Domestic Transfer:
State Bank of India
Branch: Pattom, Trivandrum
Beneficiary: Pallium India Trust
Account No: 30086491915
IFS Code: SBIN0003355
MICR No: 695002007

For donations from the USA, please visit: http://palliumindiausa.org/

Contributions as cheque or DD can be sent to: Chairman, Pallium India Trust, VP XIII/80, Golden Hills, Venkode P.O. Vattappara, Thiruvananthapuram 695028.

For more details, please visit: https://palliumindia.org/donate/

Write to us to let us know that your contribution is for the Foodkit program: info@palliumindia.org / 9746745497, 9746745504

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