86-year-old Kalpagam (Senior teacher and member of Balamandir, G. N. Chetty Road, T. Nagar) was felicitated by Dr. Suneel (Founder and Managing Trustee of Ungalukagha Charitable Trust, T. Nagar) for her noble voluntary services to the upliftment for the students of Bala Mandir on Sept.5 as part of Teachers day celebration. Dr.Suneel was accompanied with his voluntary members Senthil, Sundhar, Raghu, Naveen, Ramesh, Prasadh, Sundhar, and many others of Ungalukagha Charitable Trust. Kalpagam was cherished and so happy with the unexpected visit of the members from Ungalukagha Charitable Trust and expressed her thanks and blessings which made the class room of Bala Mandir like a heavenly atmosphere.Starting with 2 children in 1949, today Bala Mandir houses over 300 orphan and destitute children, from a newborn child to 18 years.
Over the many years of its existence, Bala Mandir has sheltered many thousands of such children, providing them with holistic and all-round development and equipping them to take on the world. With its schools, vocational training and medical centres, the institution has a mission that every child gets the attention and loving care that they truly deserve. Chennai T.Nagar based Ungalukagha Charitable Trust is a well known, a registered NGO, engaged in significant social activities for underprivileged and promoting talented personalities from various walk of life from the past seven years. More details contact 4867 9207.