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Sane and Enthusiast Volunteers’ Association of Calcutta

Some £8,000 from ERSF to Sane and Enthusiast Volunteers’ Association of Calcutta has been spent in support of a number of purposes. Money has gone towards operating a model Mental Health Facility-cum-Rehabilitation Centre, Clubhouse and Outdoor Clinic for extending treatment to the mentally ill. The Outreach Unit for bringing mentally ill people languishing in prisons […]

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Bapuji Youth Association success

Bapuji Youth Association has spent its ERSF grant on special coaching with new and creative learning materials for the children from 10 tribal villages. Another 30 women were given training in income generation, and health screening camps were organised for all the areas to improve general health. President of the charity, Mrs Jessey Grace said: […]

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Calcutta Rescue

Calcutta Rescue has been putting money from ERSF to good use. A grant has developed the infrastructure of the Calcutta Rescue Belgachia Clinic to provide better amenities to the beneficiaries as well as improved service delivery. The clinic then merged with the Calcutta Rescue Talapark Clinic which has also received funds for renovation works – […]

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Mother Teresa Service Association

An ERSF grant to the Mother Teresa Service Association has been spent on training poor tribal young girls in the production of broomsticks. The one hundred and sixty four thousand plus rupees was crucial in providing opportunites for the recipients who otherwise would stand little chance of getting on in life. The Secretary of MTSA […]

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The Forgiveness Project

The Forgiveness Project’s restorative justive/victim awareness programme received a welcome £8,000 boost courtesy of ERSF. In addition to running RESTORE in four prisons in England and Wales in the funding period, the charity also began to run programmes in the community; in partnership with London Probation in Croydon and infoBuzz in Gloucestershire. The ERSF funding […]

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