Welcome to BREAD NGO


  • Are you a kind hearted and loved ones by god ? Please sponsor orphan children.
  • Are you a philanthropist ? Please sponsor disabled children.
  • Are you a humanist ? Please sponsor deserving children.
  • Are you a volunteer ? Please represent to well-wishers about our children’s home to render their helping hands.


  • We provide full support for the victims of 2004 tsunami and other natural calamities respectively.
  • We provide complete residence for tsunami effected children who lost their parents and loved ones.
  • Established self help groups and provide training for women to attain self employment.
  • Provide special self employment training for physically challenged and widows.
  • The bread trust conduct free medical camps ,eye camps ,awareness programs on HIV, AIDS, TB, Dengue fever etc.
  • The trust conducted evening classes for slum area students and village peoples and also provide training courses for deprived women in tailoring, hand embroidery and painting.
  • Major activity of the trust is to take care of deprived children and orphans.
  • About 50 students are residing in our children’s home range from 6-20 years. They are studying in various institutions in our village. some of our childrens are proceeding higher education in poly technic, nursing colleges and teacher training colleges in Chennai. All the students are very good at their academic records.
  • All the inmates are provided with free accommodation ,food,clothes and study materials.
  • All children have undergone medical checkups periodically.
  • We provide counseling sessions for children and women.


Rev. Dr. D Charles, Founder cum Chairman of the BREAD NGO was born and brought up in Chennai. He is serving the society for past 25 years. His services had made remarkable changes in the society. He completed his studies from Serampore ...Read more

Our Vision
" Quality Life, Education and Empowerment of deprived Children and Women "
Our Mission
“ We are the Hope for the Hopeless and Help for the Helpless; by enabling them to lead a safe, healthy and self sustainable life ”