“We cannot sustain ourselves, unless we contribute to the society in someway or the other.
I strongly feel if even one person does his bit towards social good, there will be some change.” – – P.
Kalyanasundaram began by apportioning his salary as a college librarian: Rs.40 for personal expenses, Rs.100 for children’s welfare.
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One of the first things he did was to direct the money he received as retirement benefit to social cause.
Paalam serves as the link between donors and beneficiaries. Children are helped in pursuing education, medical attention is provided to the needy, blood donation camps are organised and blood samples are reached to hospitals during emergencies, the unemployed, elderly, sick and handicapped are rehabilitated, and free counselling is provided.
Strive to make others speak good about you.” He had found his calling: child welfare. At the height of the Indo-China war, he made it to the columns of local newspapers when he donated his gold chain to the National Defence Fund.
While an undergraduate at Madras University, Kalyanasundaram started the International Children’s Welfare Organisation to help slum children. Kalyanasundaram thought the publication of the news in Ananda Vikatan, a popular Tamil magazine, would encourage more donations. Balasubramanian, he was dismissed as a publicity hound and challenged to prove his sincerity within five years.
He has also been chosen as `one of the top ten librarians of the world’.