Our Credentials

We are a registered Charitable Trust under the Indian Registration Act, Section 5 of the Indian Trust Act. Registration No: 524/2001 dated 11.9.2001 and Reg, No: 604/2003 dated 24.7.2003

Recognition by Income Tax Department – Section 80 G

We are registered as a not for profit organisation with the Income Tax Department under Section 12AA Section 80G of the Indian Income Tax Act 1961. Registration No: 309/2001 dated 28.1.2002 and is authorized to collect donations which are eligible for tax exemption at the hands of the donor, vide Income Tax Department order No: DIT (E) No 2 (398)/2000-2002. We have been granted renewal in perpetuity as per the recent amendment passed by Parliament in the Budget session of 2010.

Recognition by Government of Tamil Nadu under the Juvenile Justice Act 2000 & 2006

As per section 34(3) of Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act 2000 as Amended in 2006, all institutions, whether State Government run or those run by Voluntary Organization for children in need of care and protection shall, within a period of six months from the date of commencement of the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Amended Act, 2006, be registered under this act in such manner as may be prescribed.”

Accordingly the Department of Social Welfare had issued instructions to all District Social Welfare Officers to make necessary arrangements in getting the children homes registered under this act.

We are happy to inform you that after several rounds of inspections from various Government officials, Roshini Home is among the few child care institutions that has been granted permanent recognition by the Government of Tamil Nadu.
Permanent Recognition vide Government Order No: 154/DSW/2010 issued by the Commissioner of Scoial Welfare, Government of Tamil Nadu.

A Maruti Omni Van giving us mobility

We are also happy to inform you that ONGC has donated a Maruti Omni Van in December 2010.

From foster care to parental care

It has been the core of our mission to support less fortunate children from BPL families or broken families. We undertake extensive due diligence with respect to background verification and on one-on-one counseling. Family counseling by Ms. Roslyn Vinolia has enabled several broken families to rejoin and in the process we have helped some of our children to unite with their parents.
The flip side of this is that our strength has a see-saw effect. Still, we feel that it is in the best interest of the child and the family for them to live together as a unit which is bonded by love, respect for each other and economic well being.