Community Organisation for Social Transformation Trust (COST TRUST) is a NGO registered under Indian Trust Act, Foreign Contribution Regulation (FCRA) Act and Tax Exempted Charitable Acts, Government of India, directly benefiting over 10000 families every year, through Health & Medical services, Education, Children, Livelihood, women, youth and Seniors in over 100 tribal and remote villages across 2 states of South India since 2001
To create an able society by providing equal opportunities and accessibility for all to develop themselves to attain sustainability in their broad based social streamline.
To Work with People and their community as a partner to bring the change and enable them to improve their full potential and to Promote and achieve equality, Justice and Peace for all. Provide basic services such as Health, Education, Gender equity and Livelihood Development.
Health Care Well being, Medical Services, Education, Livelihoods, Shelters Construction for Poor, Disabled, senior Citizens and Disaster Relief.
Disadvantaged Rural & Tribal Families ( Children, Women, Youngsters, and Senior Citizens)
COST Charitable Trust is a Non-Governmental Organisation established in 2001.
Public Charitable Trust Registration No.: Registration Number 163 / BK4 of 2001
FCRA No. Reg. Number : 075890381
12A: No. C.No.101/111/CIT-II/2011/12
80G: No. C.No.:101/111/CIT-II/2011/12
TAN : MICR02001G
Bank: FCRA - Canara Bank Nagal Nagar Dindigul-624003
LC Bank : ICICI Dindigul Main
Auditor’s: M/s M.S.Chandra Mohan Chartered Accountants, Dindigul.
1,29,960 Rural & tribal families received Medical Services (curative and preventive treatment) through Rural Health centers in the two decades.
1,64,150 Rural & Tribal Population Received Medical Services through Mobile Clinic (MMU) in the last two decades.
2,789 Children were received Nutritional food.
283 Tribal Children educated in the evening Tuition Centre.
2465 Women trained awareness health care programs.
300 Poor families getting free Housing.
14 poor women received Milk animal for income generation
23 Tribal Children received Scholarship Sponsorship Support
97 Tribal population received regular nutritional food
200 Disabled & youngsters received skills training.
2000 families received flood relief & Medical support