Provide a sewing machine for a poor woman to help her with income generation-Grace Peter Charitable Trust
Provide a sewing machine for a poor woman to help her with income generation, INR 5750
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Grace Peter Charitable Trust conducts surveys on the economic status of women and their families living conditions in Madurai west block region. Based on the results of the survey, beneficiaries are selected. They must have undergone a course at the tailoring training center run by Grace Peter Charitable Trust or completed the tailoring course, as recommended by the central or state government. Only those women are given a tailoring machine through this donation.

Donation Option Break-up cost in INR
Sewing Machine (including Value Added Tax) 5250.00
Fitting cost paid to mechanic 200.00
Admin cost 300.00
Unit Price 5750
Quantity
Total 5750
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Breadwinner of the family
The selected beneficiary Mrs. Sankaravadivu belonged to very poor family in Kannanedal village. She was struggling pathetically for her and her family needs and could not make her ends meet. Due to her background, she was selected to under go Designing and Dress Making Course.
A specially trained tailoring instructor coached her in Dress Making and Designing Course for six months conducted by GPCT. She is also awarded a certificate and a free sewing machine. Mrs. Sankaravadivu has attained perfect training in stitching Pillow case, Blouse, Chuddidhar, Nighty and School Uniforms.
Mrs. Sankaravadivu has received a free sewing machine. She completed and passed the Tailoring course conducted by Grace Peter Charitable Trust. She was awarded the GPC Trust certificate. She supports herself and her family by earning good income. She was grateful to Grace Peter Charitable Trust for making her capable of getting more income to support her family. This program is a skill up-gradation and income generation to the poor women. She was provided with the sewing machine donated by a well wisher of the GPC Trust.

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