Happiness is, being a helping hand to the needy

To use the power of business to bring a positive change in the society and to solve social problems features high on the agenda at Confident Group. The group lends a helping hand to those in need and supports various causes relating to health, education, women empowerment and extend support services to the differently-abled. The group believes in creating positive impact through proactive measures to help develop communities in partnership with various NGOs, civic bodies and governments.

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Housing for financially backward families

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Welfare of children from financially backward families

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Medical aid through subsidized medicine rates

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Educational Scholarships for deserving children

Confident Group’s Welfare Initiatives

To use the power of business to bring a positive change in the society and to solve social problems features high on the agenda at Confident Group. The group lends a helping hand to those in need and supports various causes relating to health, education, women empowerment and extend support

Raksha Society

Raksha Society is a community based, individual-centered non -government organization founded in 1985 dedicated to serving children and young adults with intellectual and physical disability, from infancy to adulthood. Raksha has its own building in Mattanchery. Currently 200 children and young adults are cared for by 40 staff members. In a year, Raksha provides services to about 500...

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Raksha Society is a community based, individual-centered non -government organization founded in 1985 dedicated to serving children and young adults with intellectual and physical disability, from infancy to adulthood. Raksha has its own building in Mattanchery. Currently 200 children and young adults are cared for by 40 staff members. In a year, Raksha provides services to about 500 children including home based training groups.
Raksha encompasses many units namely The Child Development Centre, Raksha institute of special eduction (RISE), Raksha special school, the vocational Rehabilitation Unit, the Junior and Senior Care Group and the Day Home. The support services are physiotherapy, language and communication, music, yoga, counselling and behaviour management, vocational skills and self-help skills.
Raksha also works towards creating awareness about disabilities in the community by conducting workshops and seminars. Raksha gets a small grant from the Government of India which takes care of only about 25% of their needs. Since they do not charge for the services they provide, they rely on the donations to fund the rest of their needs.

House Construction For Flood Victims

During the recent floods, our state has gone through great loss of lives and property. As a part of our CSR activity, Confident Group Managment has decided to do our bit, to support the weaker section in the society. We have decided to either demolish and construct or repair around 100 homes in Karumaloor Panchayat, Kottuvally Panchayat, neighbouring Panchayats and Thrissur and Allep...

During the recent floods, our state has gone through great loss of lives and property. As a part of our CSR activity, Confident Group Managment has decided to do our bit, to support the weaker section in the society. We have decided to either demolish and construct or repair around 100 homes in Karumaloor Panchayat, Kottuvally Panchayat, neighbouring Panchayats and Thrissur and Alleppey Districts. The inauguration of the ceremony to commence the house construction for flood victims was held on Saturday, 01 December 2018 at 4pm at Karumaloor Grama Panchayat, 4th ward, Adukkalachira Colony.

This ceremony was attended by Shri. A. C. Moideen, Honourable Minister for Local Self Goverment Department, Our Directors, Mr. V. K. Ibrahim Kunju, MLA, Mr. V. D. Satheeshan, MLA, our District Collector Shri. K Mohammed Y Safirulla IAS, and the Panchayat President, Kottuvally Panchayat, Ms. K. K. Shanta.

House Challenge Charitable trust

Sr. Lizzy Chakkalakal started the “House Challenge” to achieve something concrete for the families of students who live in miserable conditions. She founded House Challenge in 2012 and to provide houses for those who need them, mostly in the coastal areas of Kochi. As of now, they have completed 81 houses as part of Nallapadam House challenge. The House Challenge was Sr. ...

Sr. Lizzy Chakkalakal started the “House Challenge” to achieve something concrete for the families of students who live in miserable conditions. She founded House Challenge in 2012 and to provide houses for those who need them, mostly in the coastal areas of Kochi. As of now, they have completed 81 houses as part of Nallapadam House challenge. The House Challenge was Sr. Lizzy Chakkalakal’s response to the miserable condition of the homeless families and their children. In 2012, they started House Challenge based on the principles of early Christian communities who had a strong sense of care and concern for each other, and they provided mutual spiritual and material support and shared between the haves and have-nots. Through House Challenge, the houses are built for the homeless and also for those who have property and do not have means to construct a house or do not have a safe and secure home. Priority for rehabilitation is given to the physically challenged and differently abled.

Providence Home

Providence home is a home for the abandoned, destitute and mentally challenged founded by Sr. Dr. Mary Litty of the Little Servants of Divine Providence in 1978. It is located at Kizhakkambalam, in Ernakulam. Providence home was first started in a rented space at Thrikkakara in 1972 with 7 inmates and 5 sisters. Today, they have 16 branches across India including Africa. Providence h...

Providence home is a home for the abandoned, destitute and mentally challenged founded by Sr. Dr. Mary Litty of the Little Servants of Divine Providence in 1978. It is located at Kizhakkambalam, in Ernakulam. Providence home was first started in a rented space at Thrikkakara in 1972 with 7 inmates and 5 sisters. Today, they have 16 branches across India including Africa. Providence home houses 105 mentally challenged inmates with the help of 10 staffs. The inmates are above 18 years and are mentally challenged. They are provided with necessary medical help and are also given training for self help. Some of the inmates help with the day to day activities of the home. The funding is mainly through donations.

Sayujya Swayam Sahaya Sangam

Sayujya Swayam Sahaya Sangam is situated at Kumbalanghy, Kochi. It was established in 2011 aiming at offering charity and services to the needy in the society. The Organiszation presently includes 20 members and are engaged in services that include Health and Family Welfare Vocational Training Women’s Development and Empowerment Youth Affairs Co-ordinating Cleaning of Public place...

Sayujya Swayam Sahaya Sangam is situated at Kumbalanghy, Kochi. It was established in 2011 aiming at offering charity and services to the needy in the society. The Organiszation presently includes 20 members and are engaged in services that include

  • Health and Family Welfare
  • Vocational Training
  • Women’s Development and Empowerment
  • Youth Affairs
  • Co-ordinating Cleaning of Public places
  • Extending help to Buds Special school, Kumbalanghi
  • Serving people with medical requirement

Nirmala Centre For Exceptional Children

Nirmala Centre for Exceptional Children founded in 2008 is an extension of Navajyothi Centre for Child Behavioural Sciences Nirmala Training Centre for Exceptional Children (Autistic Children) focuses on age groups up to 18 years. Nirmala school focuses on training children with developmental disabilities including autism, cerebral palsy and intellectual disability. The centre identi...

Nirmala Centre for Exceptional Children founded in 2008 is an extension of Navajyothi Centre for Child Behavioural Sciences Nirmala Training Centre for Exceptional Children (Autistic Children) focuses on age groups up to 18 years.
Nirmala school focuses on training children with developmental disabilities including autism, cerebral palsy and intellectual disability. The centre identifies the strengths and potentials of differently abled children and trains them appropriately. It also provides counselling to the families and empower them to develop necessary skills through special educators through training programs. The various therapies offered are early multi sensory stimulation, individual educational program, speech and language therapy, sensory integration therapy, parental counselling and training, medical assessment and treatment and behaviour therapy.
The centre maintains a staff to student ratio of 1: 4 at all times and the therapists use an individualized approach in their work with the children.

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