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Centralus is supporting Thanal, a compassionate charity which is close to our hearts that takes the initiative to organise social events, contributing towards the welfare of the poor and deprived.

It is our obligation to provide assistance and raise awareness for charitable causes. We believe in our corporate social responsibilities and are proud to be in the position of being able to support  those in need and help underprivileged individuals. All of our employees embrace our corporate philanthropic initiatives.

Thanal, managed by Daya Rehabilitation Trust, has charitable branches across north Kerala, Kodagu in Karnataka and Mahe in Pondicherry. They provide life-saving initiatives such as Pain and Palliative Care Centers, Orphan Educational Services, Psychiatric Clinics and Schools for Differently Abled. They create an environment where everyone gets treated fairly and has an equal opportunity to health services, which we strongly believe is a fundamental human right universally. Hundreds of people are cared for, feeling the sincere warmth, in the Thanal Homes.

Cost-free dialysis, therapeutic interventions, rehabilitation centres and life-skill training are offered to people of all ages who are suffering from cancer and other disabilities. Moreover, they extend their emergency medical care with Ambulance Services, Mobile Medical Clinics and Free Food Kit Distributions. The services below make a world of difference to so many people in need, which include:

  • Thanal Homes
  • Dialysis Centres
  • Paraplegia Centres
  • Early Intervention Centres
  • Sugar Free Clinic
  • Kidney Care
  • Physiotherapy
  • Speech Therapy
  • HIV Shelters
  • Special Schools
  • Free Food Kits
  • Community Psychiatric Care
  • Kerela & Kodagu Flood Relief
  • Pain and Palliative Care
  • Orphan Education Help
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Our prime purpose in this life
is to help others

Dalai Lama

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Centralus is supporting Thanal, a compassionate charity which is close to our hearts that takes the initiative to organise social events, contributing towards the welfare of the poor and deprived.

It is our obligation to provide assistance and raise awareness for charitable causes. We believe in our corporate social responsibilities and are proud to be in the position of being able to support  those in need and help underprivileged individuals. All of our employees embrace our corporate philanthropic initiatives.

Thanal, managed by Daya Rehabilitation Trust, has charitable branches across north Kerala, Kodagu in Karnataka and Mahe in Pondicherry. They provide life-saving initiatives such as Pain and Palliative Care Centers, Orphan Educational Services, Psychiatric Clinics and Schools for Differently Abled. They create an environment where everyone gets treated fairly and has an equal opportunity to health services, which we strongly believe is a fundamental human right universally. Hundreds of people are cared for, feeling the sincere warmth, in the Thanal Homes.

Cost-free dialysis, therapeutic interventions, rehabilitation centres and life-skill training are offered to people of all ages who are suffering from cancer and other disabilities. Moreover, they extend their emergency medical care with Ambulance Services, Mobile Medical Clinics and Free Food Kit Distributions. The services below make a world of difference to so many people in need, which include:

  • Thanal Homes
  • Dialysis Centres
  • Paraplegia Centres
  • Early Intervention Centres
  • Sugar Free Clinic
  • Kidney Care
  • Physiotherapy
  • Speech Therapy
  • HIV Shelters
  • Special Schools
  • Free Food Kits
  • Community Psychiatric Care
  • Kerela & Kodagu Flood Relief
  • Pain and Palliative Care
  • Orphan Education Help
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Our prime purpose in this life
is to help others

Dalai Lama

https://www.centralus.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/cloud_blue.png

Centralus is supporting Thanal, a compassionate charity which is close to our hearts that takes the initiative to organise social events, contributing towards the welfare of the poor and deprived.

It is our obligation to provide assistance and raise awareness for charitable causes. We believe in our corporate social responsibilities and are proud to be in the position of being able to support  those in need and help underprivileged individuals. All of our employees embrace our corporate philanthropic initiatives.

Thanal, managed by Daya Rehabilitation Trust, has charitable branches across north Kerala, Kodagu in Karnataka and Mahe in Pondicherry. They provide life-saving initiatives such as Pain and Palliative Care Centers, Orphan Educational Services, Psychiatric Clinics and Schools for Differently Abled. They create an environment where everyone gets treated fairly and has an equal opportunity to health services, which we strongly believe is a fundamental human right universally. Hundreds of people are cared for, feeling the sincere warmth, in the Thanal Homes.

Cost-free dialysis, therapeutic interventions, rehabilitation centres and life-skill training are offered to people of all ages who are suffering from cancer and other disabilities. Moreover, they extend their emergency medical care with Ambulance Services, Mobile Medical Clinics and Free Food Kit Distributions. The services below make a world of difference to so many people in need, which include:

  • Thanal Homes
  • Dialysis Centres
  • Paraplegia Centres
  • Early Intervention Centres
  • Sugar Free Clinic
  • Kidney Care
  • Physiotherapy
  • Speech Therapy
  • HIV Shelters
  • Special Schools
  • Free Food Kits
  • Community Psychiatric Care
  • Kerela & Kodagu Flood Relief
  • Pain and Palliative Care
  • Orphan Education Help
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Our prime purpose in this life
is to help others

Dalai Lama

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Visit their website https://thanal.org.in/en/

to learn more about the organisation and how you can help.

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Head Office: Oak House Reeds Crescent, Watford WD24 4QP
Registered Office: Wynyard Park House, Wynyard Avenue, Wynyard, TS22 5TB

© 2020 Centralus Corporation Limited. All Rights Reserved. Centralus is the trading name of Centralus Corporation Limited, a company registered in England & Wales with company registration number 09560385 and registered office address at Wynyard Park House, Wynyard Avenue, Wynyard, TS22 5TB.

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Where to find us
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Head Office: Oak House Reeds Crescent, Watford WD24 4QP
Registered Office: Wynyard Park House, Wynyard Avenue, Wynyard, TS22 5TB
Get in touch

© 2020 Centralus Corporation Limited. All Rights Reserved. Centralus is the trading name of Centralus Corporation Limited, a company registered in England & Wales with company registration number 09560385 and registered office address at Wynyard Park House, Wynyard Avenue, Wynyard, TS22 5TB.