Press Release 2019
Delhi, 28 May 2019 Delhi NCR DLF Mall of India joins hands with Mess Charitable Trust to celebrate this World No Tobacco Day on Tuesday, May 28, 2019. The mall has organized fun activities with kids and adults, this summer. On this important day, DLF Mall of India has also come up with a program spreading awareness on the harmful effects of tobacco among children and adults.
New Delhi, 21 May 2019: Mess Charitable Trust has joined hands with DLF Promenade to raise funds to support marginalized communities who have been the worst sufferers of the Cyclone Fani, which made a landfall in the state on May 3.
Mumbai, 18 May 2019: General Insurance Corporation Ltd supports four mobile health vans through Mess Charitable Trust
Mumbai, May 20: Poor and underserved urban communities of Mumbai will benefit from the mobile health services through "Mess on Wheels" supported by General Insurance Corporation Ltd.
Khurda/ Puri, 9 May 2019: While over 1.1. million people have survived Cyclone Fani in the coastal belt of Odisha- the strongest tropical storm to hit India in over two decades- they have no food, drinking water, or even homes to go back to.
Chandigarh, 19 and 20 March 2019 : The Gurukul school and Mess Charitable Trust showcase an initiative that brings privileged and underprivileged children together
Children from disadvantaged sections mentored by their privileged peers, and teachers, performed to a cheering crowd consisting of parents, teachers and dignitaries at The Gurukul, Zirakpur neighbouring Chandigarh.
Noida, 8 March 2019 : March 8, Noida: On the special occasion of International Women's day 8th March 2019, Gradeup, India’s largest preparation platform for competitive exams, announces its collaboration with Mess Charitable Trust, a development organisation to support its initiative that empowers girl child education "She can Fly give her the sky.
Palanpur (Gujarat), 19 February 2019: With the aim of reducing the prevalence of anaemia among adolescent girls, PepsiCo Society, in partnership with NGO partner Mess Charitable Trust,