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How did Martin Foundation Bring a Change in India in 2021?

10 Jan

How did Martin Foundation Bring a Change in India in 2021?

In the last few years, Martin Charitable Trust has been synonymous with charity and donation. We all want India to be a better place, and our trust has always been a frontrunner in taking the country to new heights.

As responsible citizens of India, we must set big goals and hold ourselves accountable for every step we take towards reaching the way. We at Martin Charitable Trust, work together in harmony with our clear vision to reduce property, injustice and assist people in breaking the cycle of poverty and support them to get out of it.

Martin Foundation works towards strengthening democratic values and advanced human achievements. Santiago Martin believes in investing in transformative ideas, individuals, and institutions. We fight for the dignity of all individuals irrespective of their caste, creed, race, etc. The foundation created a huge Charitable Impact in 2021.

Here’s a recap of all the Charitable Donations of 2021:

Martin Group donated Covid-19 relief material worth Rs. 3 crores

During the pandemic, Martin Group headed by Santiago Martin donated Covid-19 relief material worth Rs. 3 crores. The Charitable Donation 2021 included 100 units of oxygen concentrators, life-saving medicines worth Rs. 1.25 crores, 400 units of 50 litre oxygen cylinder, 1000 oximeters, 125000 N-95 masks, 10000 hand sanitizers, and 5000 toothbrushes and paste kit each.

This initiative was taken by Martin Charitable Trust on behalf of the parent company, Martin Group.

Martin Charitable Trust donated Rs. 5.5 lakhs worth of Oxygen Concentrators

As part of their CSR Activity, the Managing Trustee of Martin Charitable Trust, Leema Rose Martin donated Rs. 5.5 Lakh worth of oxygen concentrators to the government hospital in Coimbatore. This Charity Contribution 2021 included three 10 litres oxygen concentrators and four 7 litres oxygen concentrators to both Government Medical Hospital and ESI Hospital, Coimbatore.

Martin Foundation distributed food through their outreach programme

Martin Foundation cooked food for at least 5,000 people each day. The nutritious meal included vegetables, eggs, and chicken. The meal was prepared with utmost care and packed hygienically. The meal was loaded on vehicles and distributed to various districts

Through our outreach programme, we were able to provide support to over 50,000 people within 2 weeks.

Martin Charitable Trust donates 1 Lakh to schools in Tamil Nadu

Martin Group donated Rs. 1 Lakh to schools in Tamil Nadu under the leadership of Mrs. Leema Rose Martin, Managing Trustee of Martin Charitable Trust. The trust donated Rs. 1 Lakh to Loyola Higher Secondary School, Dindigul, and Rs. 1 Lakh to Patriciyar Middle School, Madurai to build basic infrastructure facilities.

Martin Charitable Trust provides educational aid worth Rs. 1 Crore

On 21st October 2021,Martin Foundation organized an Educational Welfare Program at CK Mahal, Coimbatore. The trust was represented by Mrs. Leema Rose Martin who provided an educational aid of Rs. 1 crore, as a part of their initiative to support underprivileged students for the academic year (2022-23). 250 students benefited from this initiative.

Martin Charitable Trust sponsors shotgun ammunition worth Rs. 3 Lakhs

National and International Fame Srinithi Malavika, a shotgun and pistol shooter was sponsored shotgun ammunition worth Rs. 3 lakhs by Martin Group.

She was selected to represent All India Nationals in November 2021 which were to be held from November 18 to December 14 in Delhi, Bhopal, and Patiala.

Martin Charitable Trust contributes 3,500 essential medical kits worth Rs. 4,00,000 to Covid-19 patients

As a part of its CSR initiatives, Mrs. Leema Rose Martin, Managing Trustee, Martin Charitable Trust along with Honorable Minister Thiru Ma. Subramanian - Health and Family Welfare, Government of Tamil Nadu, distributed 3,500 essential medical kits worth Rs. 4 Lakhs to Covid-19 infected patients who were admitted to Government Medical College and Hospital, Coimbatore.