Blossom Trust is a non-profit organization located in Tamil Nadu, India. Since its inception in 1993, Blossom has been committed to improving the welfare of society’s most marginalized groups, particularly women and children, individuals living with HIV/AIDS and/or TB.
“Blossoming of power in every individual”
Day Spring Home
The Dayspring Home is home to children who have been orphaned by parents who passed away from HIV/AIDS, or from parents who can no longer care for them. The aim of the home is to reintegrate the children that have been rejected back into their families.
Edu-Clowns is a theatre group that offers an alternative method in educating vulnerable groups. Their efforts include campaigns for child health and sexual education in order to create behavioral changes.
The Blossom Farm is a 6-acre organic farm that creates sustainable food and income for children living in the home and the Blossom organization. It is maintained by the Blossom Farm Team who tends to the livestock and crops.
"Blossoming of power in every individual" to reinforce community development."
To facilitate a process where marginalised groups can become self-sufficient in improving their health, environmental, economic and social needs. To achieve this by working in partnership with other development actors in the spirit of art, culture and community.