GOS Bala Vihar is a pioneer in India in the field of education, training and rehabilitation of intellectually challenged children and adults belonging to the underprivileged sections of society.
The objectives of the Meals-on-Wheels project is to meet the nutritional, security, health, financial and emotional needs of the elderly amongst the poorest of the poor.
The Helping Hands project was started to conduct vocational training programmes for women from economically backward families to make them self-reliant and financially independent.
A pioneer in the field of special education, GOS Bala Vihar Training School was started in 1971 with the goal to train special educators who would facilitate learning by intellectually challenged persons.
The Guild of Service Family Assistance scheme is one of our many welfare schemes that strengthen the social unit called family through the educational sponsorship of one child in the family.
The Urban and Family Welfare Centre was started in a small thatched hut in1964 in Mangalapuram, one of the biggest slums in Chennai. (at Mangalapuram).
With the progress in the socio-economic fabric of India, more and more women are leaving their homes in search of employment in big cities.
The Guild of Service Family Counselling Centre offers counselling to the under trials / convicts at the Special Prison for Women at Puzhal,
Established over 60 years ago, the GOS Seva Samajam Girls’ Home is a safe haven for underprivileged girls from broken homes, single parent families as well as those without any family.
A study by Urban HUNGaMA (Hunger and Malnutrition) and released by Naandi Foundation, found that one in four children in India’s most populous cities is malnourished.
The GOS Jayalakshmi Narayanaswami College of Education had modest beginnings in 2005.
The GOS Study Centre was set up to provide a conducive and suitable environment for school girls from underprivileged backgrounds to study after their school hours.
The GOS Leukaemia Project provides essential medicines,
The Seva Samajam Boys Home is one of the initial projects of the Guild of Service.
Started way back in 1950, the Lady Nye Primary School is one of the first educational initiatives of the Guild of Service.
MCJ Special School for the Hearing Impaired was started to provide quality education for hearing impaired children from the economically weaker sections.
Started with an initial strength of 60 students and 3 teachers, the Seva Samajam Nursery & Primary School has grown over the years to over 800 students and 25 teachers.
GOS Seva Samajam Children’s Home is one of the first Units of the Guild of Service.
Gen. Cariappa School is one of the earliest educational initiatives of the Guild of Service. It was declared open by the then President of India.
The GOS Mary Clubwala Jadhav School was started with the aim to provide education and promote all-round development of underprivileged girls.