Fr. P.T. Geevarghese had a noble vision of doing good to all people irrespective of caste, creed, and religion. He wanted to start charitable institutions (Dharma Sthapanangal) for poor and the destitute people. The schools started for the ignored ones in society is the best example of his social commitment. Bethany and its founder gave great priority to social apostolate from the very inception of the establishment of the Ashram at Mundanmala and thus Bethany Ashram became a place of…Readmore
The flood relief and rehabilitation work in Kerala by the Bethany Navajeevan Province, Trivandrum, was actualized by its social wing Navajeevan Birds. We thank everyone who collaborated with us during the work. we could provide a spontaneous response to around 4000 People in 20 days, especially in the 3 Districts of Thiruvananthapuram, Alappuzha, and Pathanamthitta. We had a multiphase Flood Relief Effort, which consisted of Immediate Relief- Food Distribution, Relief Kits, Cleaning and Rehabilitation – Adopting Families, Students, and Parish.
Bethany Navajeevan Province runs charitable institutions such as Trppaadam Bethany Old Age Home, Nedumangadu, TB Rehabilitation Center, Pulayanarkotta and Bethany Karunalaya, Cherlapally, Telangana.View More
NAVAJEEVAN BIRDS, with the help of many charitable foundations, and through the educational institutions run by Bethany Navajeevan Province, educates a number of underprivileged children, all over India. Many students in different fields complete their education and maintain a quality life with the help of these foundations.View More
GRACE (Archbishop Mar Gregorios Cancer Endowment) is a Charitable Endowment for helping poor cancer patients. It provides financial assistance for medical treatment and the rehabilitation of the patients and their families irrespective of religion, caste, creed, age, or sex. It also intends to organize cancer awareness camps, counseling and advisory assistance for the treatment and also to establish palliative care centers. The endowment is initiated by Fr. Atmanand OIC, a member of Bethany Ashram, who has been a cancer patient for 18 years.View More