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Santhi Mandiram, a charitable institution based at Nedumangad in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala came into existence on 19 th January 2003. It is a non-political and secular organization started with an aim to rehabilitate the homeless who have nowhere to go and roam the streets of Kerala without food or shelter. This institution is being run at rented premises. Today Santhi Mandiram has 64 inmates from different states. Santhi Mandiram is a Non Governmental Organization as well as a Registered Charitable Society, registered under Thiruvithamkore - Kochi public charitable trust act and Society registration act, in 2002 (No.T - 629/2002) working for the integral development of the people of Thiruvananthapuram. Santhi Mandiram enjoys the recognition of Kerala Mental Health Authority. It also enjoys the Income Tax exception both under section 80G (5) (i) of Income Tax Act.
We would like a open a hospital for free treatment and food for poor in need.
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