ICWO Seeks Home for Chennai's Homeless People

Indian Community Welfare Organisation is a non profit, social work organisation that works for various developmental project for the past 21 years.

Published: 06th July 2015 12:45 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th July 2015 12:45 AM   |  A+A-

Homeless People

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CHENNAI: The Indian Community Welfare Organisation (ICWO) has sought residences on rent for accomodation of homeless people in any of the following areas — Anna Nagar, Mogappair, Padi, Koyambedu, Kolathur, Korattur, Ayanavaram, Villivakkam, Kellys, Kilpauk, Shenoy Nagar, Aminjikarai or Arumbakkam. A rent of Rs 18,000 per month can be paid and the project expects to accommodate around 30 to 35 people, among the homeless.

ICWO is a non profit, social work organisation that works for various developmental projects with a specific focus for women and child development for the past 21 years. ICWO successfully administrated a shelter for homeless people in Thattankulam near Purasawalkam. Based on its performance, Chennai Corporation selected ICWO to manage one more shelter for homeless people in Chennai.

For more details, contact secretary of ICWO A J Hariharan on 98401 88821. 

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