Besides shelter, the trust now provides special education and vocational training to its 115 residents.
"Most of them were children abandoned at hospitals or railway stations.
"We plan to have dormitories, dining hall, special education classrooms, physiotherapy, medical care and vocational training facilities in the building," he says.
"Aarti Madhusudan, founder, Governance Counts, which helps develop governance strategies for organisations, says that the trust has created a safe space for abandoned children.
CHENNAI: When Iyyappan Subramaniyan established Sri Arunodayam Charitable Trust in 2002, the objective was to provide shelter to abandoned children, and adults with learning difficulties.
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