Pure Life Society
The Society was registered in 1950. A Home and school was established for orphans, underprivileged children and displaced families in 1952. Up to date over 2000 children have gone through the organization and innumerable displaced families have made good of their lives.
The activities that are carried out under the auspices of the Pure Life Society are two-pronged:
- INSaF - the promotion of Inter-faith Spiritual Fellowship (INSaF) by way of forums, seminars and service
- Welfare Home - for children who are orphans / abandoned / neglected / abused / and are from broken families / single parents
The Home maintains 66 children at the moment. However, the figure fluctuates. They are housed in 4 dorms according to their respective age-groups and gender. Staff and volunteers staying in are 13 for the time being. There are also a few cases of disowned and mentally challenged persons. All children go to national or national types of school. There are a few who have been put to vocational education.
Through TrEES’ community recycling program, the home is able to earn extra income from the sale of the recyclables, which is used for the daily expenses of the home. The recycling programme is also used as another training tool, to educate the residents in a variety of skills as well as to raise environmental awareness. So please, bring your recyclables and other items to help the Pure Life Society continue their excellent work.
Map to Pure Life Society