Kerala Samajam Bangalore North West

Kerala Samajam Bangalore North West ® is a socio-cultural and charitable organisation incorporated in the year 2002 in Bengaluru under the Karnataka Societies Registration Act, 1960. Being a Non-Government Organisation (NGO), Samajam is registered with NGO Darpan portal that acts as an interface between NGOs and government departments to receive government grants and other benefits.

Samajam is registered under section 12A of the Income Tax, 1961 and recognised as an organisation established for charitable purpose. Samajam also recognised under section 80G of the Income Tax Act, 1961 and the donation made by donors to the specific projects of Samajam is qualified for tax benefits for their contributions.

Samajam has completed two decades of vibrant existence and has made commendable contributions in the field of social and cultural activities to drive sustainable impact to the communities. Over the years, Samajam has become a serving hand to help the poor and needy irrespective of their region, religion, caste, or creed by providing financial assistance for medical treatment and educational support.

Samajam also well known for its other outreach programs for the benefit to general public like free medical camps, free vaccination camps, free ambulance services and blood donation services.

Samajam is a facilitation centre for enrolling with NORKA ROOTS, a Government of Kerala initiative for non-resident Keralites to avail the services and benefits offered by NORKA ROOTS. Samajam has enrolled so far thousands of non-resident Keralites for availing those services and benefits offered by NORKA ROOTS.

Samajam has taken several steps to support the people in and around Bengaluru during the covid pandemic and distributed free food kits to the needy during the lockdown days. Free ambulance services of Samajam with oxygen support helped many patients affected with covid to visit the hospital and back to their home during the pandemic. Free covid vaccination camps organized by the Samajam benefitted thousands of residents in Bengaluru.

A full-fledged library of Samajam with its large collection of books is a treasure island for readers and book lovers. Samajam provides free access to all the visitors during the operational hours of the library.