The current situation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic in India has severely impacted the activities of our partners to continue their usual work at St Antony’s School, Shanthi Lumin girl’s home, the Sunshine School, and in their village outreach activities. As a result, during the current conditions, TKP has agreed to allow our partners to use the funding that we send in order to support the activities required to ensure that they can meet the needs of their organisations during the pandemic and to aid their return to business-as-usual in the future. For more information, please see here: https://thekanjiproject.org.uk/tkp-coronavirus-statement/

 

The Kanji Project is a small UK charity run entirely by volunteers. We raise funds to give poor children in Tamil Nadu, India, the chance of a good education and a safe place to live.

The charity, through its Indian Partners, also supports other work in the community; a school for children with special needs, medical aid, and the empowerment of children through children’s parliaments in remote villages.

We are proud that 94% of the funds donated to us are directly used to fund our valuable work in India.

Here are some of the specific ways in which a donation to The Kanji Project can make a real difference

Sunshine Special School

St. Anthonys School

Shanthi Lumen Children's Home

Children's Parliaments

Disabled Villagers

Where your money goes.

Did you know that 94% of the funds donated to us are directly used to deliver results through our valuable work in India.....

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