FIND WOMEN SOCIETY is a charity working for the welfare of transgenders, rural and tribal women & youth. Empowering them to lead a dignified life in the community. The society was founded in 2018 and registered under Societies Registration Act of 1975. The targeted community are the transgenders and rural women & youth of the villages in Kallakurichi district. Empowering them by giving awareness,education,employment,life skill training. Making them self sustainable.
About The Founder
A visionary, an activist and a person full of compassion, a standing woman of substance Rajeswari Balasubramanian is the founder of FIND WOMEN SOCIETY. Being a teacher she naturally had the burning desire to mold the future generation into good citizens and that burning has transformed into the NGO.Meet Our Teams
A future where the opportunities, possibilities and dreams are the same for all women and youth, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.
To inspire and motivate women and youth to become more than conquerors of all barriers. Empower them and improve their understanding, so they in turn share and serve.
To educate and train the underprivileged, serve their needs in a holistic manner,enabling them to live dignified and healthier lives.
FIND WOMEN SOCIETY is Educating School Dropouts. Those youths girls and boys who have the desire to study but is denied of the opportunity due to poverty and other family conditions are supported by the society to continue their studies through open schooling. We help them to write 8th, 10th and 12th board exams through open schooling.
The society also supports Youth girls and boys, who have completed 12th but not able to do graduation. Joining hands with other NGOs We place them in reputed colleges and also help them in getting scholarships.
Free tutions are conducted for rural and tribal children through well educated volView More
Being a transgender and coming from a very poor background it was a dream come true when I met Rajeswari mam, who guided me and helped to get a job.
My name is santhoshini. My mother is a housemaid and father a drunkard. Nobody in my family and surroundings understood my emotions and feelings. Being a transgender it was a great challenge for me to make my mother understand. So I had no other option but to step out of my house to live a life which I wanted to live as a transgender.
Joined my community people. Thought that life, being with my community will give me happiness. But I was made to beg and do the household jobs. My self esteem and respect was degraded my the seniors of my community. It was at this juncture I happened to meet Rajeswari mam, who counselled me made me feel I am worth living.
She also helped me to get a job in Westin hotel Velachery, in the laundry section. Now I am happy and would like to thank Rajeswari mam and westin hotel.
Divya who was a minor and working in a cloth shop became infatuated with a truck driver and eloped with him. Her mother who was a house made did not give up on her. She lodged a complain with the local police and with thier help some how brought her back home. After lot of counselling given to her by the NGO she agreed to learn tailoring.Now you see a different Divya, very cool and composed. Helping her mother in household jobs and stitching clothes in her free time and also preparing for her 10th exam through open university.
Hello I am Lavanya. Being a Transgender I had my own lifestyle. Going around shops asking for money and indulging in sex activities. Nobody was bothered about me and I did not have a job or know any means of earning money other than begging and sex work.The ngo FIND WOMEN SOCIETY trained me in soap making and also provided the raw materials for making soaps. Now I earn from soap making. I would like to thank the NGO for the help and support given to me.
My name is Vennila. My husband who was a tailor abandoned me and my two kids and eloped. I was helping my husband in button stitching and in gaja work but never learnt cutting and stitching clothes. After he left I was clueless and did not know what next. I wanted to continue the tailoring job and so decided to learn tailoring. But could not afford to pay fees for the tailoring classes. Then had no other option but to become a housemaid. When I heard of free tailoring classes that was conducted by FIND WOMEN SOCIETY, it was a dream come true for me. They trained me to stitch blouse and churidar. I am happy and thankful for it.
Join your hand with us for a better life and beautiful future.