Thadagam Foundation pays a monthly pension for the aged or disabled people in the region, through a postal order. Also supports the disabled by sponsoring mobility scooters, to help bring them back into the mainstream.
Ifthar packs are distributed during the Holy month of Ramadan.
Our Chairman’s village is close to the coastal belt of kerala, which is regularly affected by extreme weather. Yearly support is provided to the makeshift camps with food and provision supplies. Distribution of food packs to all the members of our panchayat ward is another venture, to promote love and community cohesion.
Covid-19 Relief at Kushinagar, Uttar Pradesh
“Being unwanted, unloved, uncared for, forgotten by everybody, I think that is a much greater hunger, a much greater poverty than the person who has nothing to eat”…….Mother Teresa
Help the deprived communities survive the Covid-19 crisis
On March 11, the World Health Organization declared the outbreak of COVID-19 a global pandemic, now reaching over 118 countries and affecting hundreds of thousands of people.
As the coronavirus continues to spread, communities need support for vital supplies to survive the covid19 crisis. Thadagam Foundation distributing the kit to the affected communities and individuals.
Handing over the medical necessities to the hospital authorities to fight against Covid-19 pandemic.
Cheque donation by Thadagam Foundation presented to Mr.Rahul Gandhi towards the KPCC Housing program by district president Mr. O AbdurahmanKutty.
As per the UN estimates, an amount of 31,000/- Crores is required to create a Brand new Kerala. Mr Pinarayi Vijayan, the Chief Minister of Kerala visited UAE from 17th to 20th October 2018. He had several meetings with the business community and other Organisations of UAE seeking support to rebuild Kerala. Our Directors Sameer K Mohammed and Dr. Zakir K Mohammed also visited the chief Minister. An amount of Rs 25 Lakhs from our staffs and the management contributed to the Flood relief fund.
Kerala was in an unprecedented flood havoc. The disaster has caused endless misery and destruction which eradicated many lives and hundreds of homes. For the first time in history, 27 dams in the State had to be opened.
Cheque was distributed to several officials by our Chairman towards the flood relief programs.
Contribution to Khidma Charitable Trust, Vadakkekad for purchase of ambulance.
When Kerala was engulfed by unprecedented floods, Thadagam Foundation wasted no time to be a part of the relief work. Our Chairman Mr. M V Kunhumohamed and foundation staff were always in the forefront in providing food items like rice, vegetables, oil, sugar etc and also sheets, pillows and floor mats to the inmates of more than twenty relief camps in nearby panchayats. The relief work continued till the last person returned to his home after the flood waters receded.
Help for Children by providing nutritious food and amenities to school children in and around our locality.