KESST: Images - 2018 till date

Some of our work, in pictures.
Browse through and get a glimpse of the work we do.

Simply click on the first thumbnail image to view a Slideshow of our Photo Gallery.

You can navigate through the Slideshow by clicking on the left or right arrow buttons or by clicking on the bullets present at the bottom. You can exit from the Slideshow by clicking on the 'X' button.

Gallery: 2018 till date

KESST: Latest Update

KESST has received 80G exemption for donations. Contributions are exempted under Section 80G of Income Tax Act as per Approval No CIT(Exemption)/BANGALORE/80G/2018-19/A/10103 issued vide Order no ITBA/EXM/S/80G/2018-19/1013883857 (1) dt 29 Nov 2018. Donors are required to provide PAN Number, name as per PAN and full address to avail of 80G benefit.

In 2018-19, Rs 13.75 lakhs was distributed to 77 Flood affected children. They were assisted for part annual fees and transportation costs (due to relocation) . We estimate over Rs 25 lakhs would be required in 2019-20 to support upto 150 children. Donations are welcome. 

KESST: About Us: Who we are

About Us:
Who we are

Kodagu Educational & Social Service Trust® was formed mainly to provide support to underprivileged families in Kodagu to educate their children.

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KESST: Work Done: What we have done so far

Work Done:
What we have done so far

In these few years from inception, our small team was able to take up many activities to help educate underpriviledged children.

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KESST: Contribute: Help us educate them

Contribute:
Help us educate them

You can support a needy child, or children by choosing an option
of your liking:
Sponsor, Adopt or Employ.

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KESST: Trustees: Concerned volunteers

Trustees:
Concerned volunteers

We felt the need to protect the future of children from financially weaker
backgrounds, and strengthen the vulnerable families in Kodagu.

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KESST: Report for 2020-21

The year 2020-21 started under the grim shadow of Covid-19,
 lock-downs and curfews, rampaging infection, suspension of educational classes,
 deaths and great uncertainty. By August 2020, life began limping back
to some kind of normalcy. Online classes commenced and children were kept occupied
with studies for some portion of the day. The brunt fell on parents
 who had to juggle with unemployment, reduction in incomes
 and keeping the children in good spirits.

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