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Blossom Trust

77 Sekkilar Street
Virudhunagar 626001
Tamil Nadu, India

Blossom Trust Chennai Branch 

Kanchipuram district

No. 7 Perumal Koil st. Irumbuliyur 
Tambaram West Chennai 600 045


Registration Number: 85/93

FCRA Approved & Indian Tax Exempt
Date of Registration: 7 June, 1993
Place: Aruppukkottai
Act: Indian Trust Act 1882


District Resource Center

Blossom Trust acted as the Virudhunagar District Resource Centre for the Tamil Nadu Voluntary Health Association (TNVHA), an association of health promoting voluntary organisations working in Tamil Nadu. Blossom coordinated the District Facilitation Centres (DFCs) and facilitated the District Coordination Committee (DCC). In 2013 there were 11 NGO members in Virudhunagar district who attend the AGBM (Annual General Board Meeting) held at Tuticorin.

The District Resource Centre provided a platform for members to come together once a month where they shared experiences. It was also a place where issues were identified and resources were pooled for campaign lobbying and policy advocacy and training was provided to build the capacity of the members.

Family Counselling Centre

Specialist Blossom counsellors offered psychological, legal, economic, medical and educational support to women and children in need, primarily those who have been victims of domestic violence and family disputes. The project also raised awareness about the role of women in society and their rights. FCC is a member of the District Advisory Committee for crime against woman and for the prevention of domestic violence. It is also a member of the District Advisory Committee for the prevention of child abuses, child trafficking and child prostitution. The FCC project was funded by the Central Welfare Board in New Delhi.


  • Provided pre-marital and marital counselling

  • Conducted counselling awareness programmes for schools/college students

  • Conducted one day training on counselling skills and guidance on application for women police personnel

  • Career guidance at schools/colleges

  • Workshops on adolescent reproductive health

Twenty-eight awareness programmes were conducted to observe the World UN days in order to create awareness and effect behavioural change. For example on International Women’s Day we conducted a meeting where we created awareness about women’s rights and women’s empowerment.


The Women Advisory Centre (WAC) worked with the Virudhunagar Collectorate to fight injustices against women and promote their legal rights. The WAC inquiry panel consisted of a solicitor, Inspector of Police, District Social Welfare Officer, Counseller and a Blossom FCC member.


Our counsellors attended the family related cases in the Virudhunagar AWPS every Monday. A male and female counsellor joined the Police Mobile counselling team every Monday evening. Having both a male and female counsellor helped with the family disputes.