Some of the activities of KMCO Trust

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Kudy Mahanty Auditorium

Kudy Mahanty Auditorium - Interior View

KMCO Trust Settlers Rupa Mahanty, Niroop Mahanty signed a MOU with JEM Foundation for construction of Kudy Mahanty Auditorium in premises of Jusco School, Kadma, on Friday Feb 17, 2017.

This Auditorium will be of world class standards equipped with state of the art facilities and a seating capacity of 300, built in the loving memory of Kudy Mahanty, daughter of Rupa Mahanty & Niroop Mahanty and will enable hundreds of children in Jamshedpur many of who at present do not have the facility in their own schools to showcase their talent.

Kudy Mahanty Auditorium - Exterior View

With the thought of "Don't give to get rather give to inspire others to give", Mrs Rupa Mahanty spoke about how children in many schools display their flair/talent in open air, under the scorching sun or maybe just under a tin shed.

This Auditorium when ready will help transform their confidence level to maybe soaring new heights. Mrs Mahanty also said that out of the 3 parts of anyone's life which is Learning, Earning and Returning, the part of returning is the most important and this is what inspires her and her husband to do what they do best, giving back to the community they dwell in.




KMCO has reimbursed the medical treatment of several children particularly those whose parents work in the unorganized sector; children of rickshaw pullers, auto drivers, domestic help and other such who have no cover through government or other aid. For example:

Orthopedic patient: Baby Naina had never walked from birth. KMCO sponsored her surgical treatment whereby both her knees were required surgical intervention. Today Naina walks!

Cancer patient: Diabkar, the 6-year old having blood cancer since April 2001 is under treatment at Meherbhai Tata Memorial Hospital. KMCO extended financial assistance for the child’s treatment.

KMCO together with FPAI-SP (Family Planning Association of India – Singhbhum Project) conducted Free Health Check -up Camps during March & May 2004 at Harisunderpur, Murgaguttu, Salampather and Raimara tribal villages under Gamharia Block of Singhbhum West District, Jharkhand. Around 170 school children were treated in these Health Camps.

In the photo: HEALTH CAMP - Chairperson of KMCO Mrs. Rupa Mahanty, Chairperson of FPAI Mrs. Sudha Prem Sagar & Trustees Mr. P K Dotiwala & Mrs. Anjale Kayship

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KMCO sponsors children’s education. For example,

Mary Joseph, a mentally challenged girl child whose mother, a widow works as a domestic help. As she cannot afford Mary’s education, KMCO sponsors her education in the School of Hope, Jamshedpur.

KMCO granted financial help to Suyash Sohanpal studying in Standard V in Carmel Junior College, Jamshedpur. Suyash is doing exceptionally well in studies.

"Scholarship in Perpetuity". From 1990 a scholarship has been instituted in the School where Kudy used to study. The total expenditure of a child is supported by KMCO. The first beneficiary is a little girl whose father is a security guard in a nearby school.

KMCO contributes towards children’s development thru’ Sharda Kalyan Sangh, an organization in Midnapore that encourages village children to excel and continue higher education in professional fields.

And many many more …………………

In the photo: SCHOLARSHIP being awarded to the needy by Chairperson of KMCO Mrs. Rupa Mahanty.

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KMCO held its first function on 21st June 2001 by taking children from orphanages, both from Cheshire Home and Shishu Niketan to Nicco Park.

And many more such events are scheduled to come up in the future.

In the photo: A day of Fun & Frolic for Cheshire Home children at Nicco Park.....organized by KMCO

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Water has become increasingly a scarce resource. Realising this, KMCO committed donating water pumps every year for next 10 years in a needy village preferably near a school. The second water pump was donated on 21st June 2004.

KMCO has also offered to sponsor water harvesting in two nearby villages.

In the photo: WATER HAND PUMP being handed over to the villagers - Chairperson of KMCO Mrs. Rupa Mahanty, Trustee Mr. Niroop Mahanty, Mrs. Anjali Kayship.

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Picnic day


Our recent partnership with YMCA Jamshedpur has been most encouraging. Project "MADHUR MUSKAN" has enabled us to alleviate the condition of the abandoned children who take refuge at the Tatanagar Railway Station. Thru this endeavour, 35 children are given hot midday meals, basic education, health checkups, and much needed counselling. The Trustees of KMCO are very appreciative of the spontaneous support they have received from donors towards this effort.

In keeping with the KMCO motto "to put a smile on every child's face" KMCO recently organized a zoo visit and Picnic in the Jubilee Park Jamshedpur. A first for the children, the day was joyous both for the children, as well as the organizers.

In the photo: Picnic day with all the children.....organized by KMCO

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