CBCRF Hospital Building Fund

Online Donations

Donations by online payment may be in Indian Rupees or foreign currency.

  • Sri Dhanvantri Trust is officially authorized to receive donations in foreign exchange under the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act.
  • Donations are exempted from income tax under 80G(5) (vi) of act 1961 as per certificate No. DIT(E) no. 2(94) 9-10 dated 10.11.2009 valid from 18.09.2009 onwards.

International Donations

Account Name: Sri Dhanvantri Trust
Bank Name: Bank of India
Branch: Mylapore
A/C No: 800220110000374
IFSC Code: BKID0008002
FCRA registration number is 075901363
FCRA Bank A/C Details

Indian Donations

Account Name: Sri Dhanvantri Trust – CBCRF Hospital Building Fund
Bank Name: Bank of India
Branch: Mylapore
A/C No: 800220110000466
IFSC Code: BKID0008002

Cheque or Demand draft

Please prepare your cheque or draft in favour of " Sri Dhanvantri Trust - CBCRF Hospital Building Fund " payable at Chennai.

Please make sure that you send a crossed / account payee cheque or Demand Draft and send it to the address below:

Chennai Breast Cancer Research Foundation
(A Unit of Sri Dhanvantri Trust)
‘Kumara Vijayam’, Flat A-1, New No 187, Old No 99,
Royapettah High Road, Mylapore, Chennai - 600 004.

USA Donors

USA donors can contribute to the mention below. All donations are tax deductible in the U.S. Funds will be transferred to Sri Dhanvantri Trust.

Slicon Valley Community Foundation

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Octogenarian Mrs. Sucy Titus on mastering the intricate art of Chinese painting trained from renowned exponent Professor Chen Bing Sun in Philippines. She exhibited her works at Amethyst Café. The proceeds from the exhibition will be used for the cause of cancer awareness.

At a time when probably memory and motor senses fail many relegating them to a mundane and at times, miserable life, Sucy Titus is an inspiration. She has been working on Chinese paintings for years now and it was last year that the idea to exhibit her works in the city gathered momentum, owing to encouragement from her family and well-wishers.

The paintings consist of nature and landscape including bamboo, flowers, animals and birds. “I find painting to be therapeutic and it calms my mind. In Philippines, I used to work with ceramics as well and would put Chinese paintings on the ceramics I made. However, I never brought my equipment back with me to India and my focus gradually shifted to just paintings. I like working on them,” she says.

She has been earnestly working on her paintings for years and contributing them for charitable causes. Awards and recognition have also come her way and the Indian embassy in Manila proudly showcases her artworks.

Social work was not new to Sucy, who also contributed to the Missionaries of Charity in the Phillipines. Cancer awareness was something she was very interested in supporting, and so she has collaborated with our hospital - Penn Nalam. She has donated 10 lakhs received from this exhibition to our cause to create breast cancer awareness in our society.