The works of DALPART (Destitutes and Leprosy Patients Rehabilitation Trust) for the leprosy affected people under its care, for the destitute aged people taken care of at Jeeva Jyothi Illam and for the orphans and abandoned children, have been sustained through the thoughtfulness, generosity and goodwill of our friends and benefactors. DALPART does not have any other source of income than the charity from individual friends and benefactors, and from institutions that foster among their members and pupils such concern and care for the poor and abandoned of our society. Under such circumstances your thoughtful and generous help will be of immense help for our works. You may join hands with us in the care of the poor and abandoned aged people who, having lost the love and care of their own, now search for love and care among people unknown to them, but who, they know, are close to them through their thoughtful charity and goodwill
Donations made in favour of DALPART are eligible for tax deduction vide CIT(E) No.2(331)/90-91/4514, dated 13/02/2015.
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Please be informed that due to the recent amendment in the Foreign Contribution Regulations Act, a new account has to be opened in State Bank of India, Delhi.
Until this is done by us , kindly do not make any transfer in favour of DALPART, to our existing bank account.
As soon as we open the account with State Bank of India we will make an update on this.
God bless you!
On 8th December 1990, Rev. Fr. N. Gerard along with P. Krishnan and C.K. Logadoss founded the trust, Balaramapuram Leprosy Patients Rehabilitation Trust (BALPART) that was declared and registered
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