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Kerala Iyers Trust

What is Kerala Iyers Trust ? 

KIT is a 100% volunteer run initiative aimed at providing financial support to members of the community who are struggling to meet needs in: 

  1. Education, 
  2. Medical Treatment, and 
  3. Sustenance to elderly destitute persons. 

Established in 2001-02, KIT is registered under Charitable Trust Act (1950) in India. KIT has ZERO Expenses - 100% of the funds go to beneficiaries, who are vetted by a thorough process by independent Volunteers. KIT started in 2001, as part of the Pattars yahoogroups, has now adapted with time – operates faster through WhatsApp and Facebook.

How does KIT work ? 

An appeal can be sent to keralaiyerstrust@gmail.com. We further encourage all appeals to be mailed to the KIT address mentioned below, alongwith supporting documents & Aadhar card copy. 

  • Step 1: On receipt of an appeal, KIT managing team reaches out to the volunteers living near the location of the intended beneficiary. 
  • Step 2: The volunteer visits the family to personally assess and gather first-hand information. Based on the visit, the volunteer provides a detailed Field Visit Report to KIT. 
  • Step 3: The appeal & the report are assessed by the 5-member KIT Executive Committee to decide whether to support and the quantum. 
  • Step 4: The decision is shared with the KIT Donor group and any willing person can contribute to any of the approved cases. KIT has a bank account with Bank of Baroda, per details given below. 
  • Step 5: Conforming to the law, KIT keeps a record of all the donations, donors, and the beneficiaries. 
  • Step 6. KIT accounts are audited annually by a CA and submitted to Charitable Trusts Commissioner. 

Donors to KIT can claim Income Tax exemption in India, under Section 80G.

KIT is run by like-minded individuals intending to catalyze a socio-economic change in our community.

Kerala Iyers Trust, 

431, 12th Cross, E-Main, Ideal Homes, Raja Rajeswari Nagar, Bangalore 560098 

E-mail: keralaiyerstrust@gmail.com | WhatsApp (no calls): +91 96066 02696


Bank Account Name: Kerala Iyers Trust 

Savings Account: 24140100004015

IFSC Code: BARB0RAJBAN (Fifth character is a ZERO and not an O) 

Bank of Baroda, Raja Rajeshwari Nagar Branch, 874, 2nd cross, 9th main, 4th stage, Bangalore 560098



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