The British Malayali Charity Foundation has decided to issue Covid Support Appeal in the wake of rising number of calls received in its helpline. The Charity Foundation had already set up a helpline to support its community members, who required varieties of support due to the unprecedented outbreak of Covid 19 across the UK. The […]

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Sinto Antony from Redhill, London passed away at his young age of 36 years leaving his wife and three small children after contracting COVID-19. Sinto, hails from Iritty Kannur in Kerala, was admitted into the ICU of the nearby hospital due to the dyspnoea(breathlessness) as a result of affecting COVID 19 and succumbed to death […]

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As the coronavirus crisis has started hitting the community hard with obstructing the normal life, the charity foundation has, as always come out with its helping hand to support the fraternity. It has decided to set up a helpline so that if anyone in the community affected by this outbreak could contact the foundation. The […]

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The foundation published the details of its working report and accounts during the financial year ended 15th March 2020 with details of £ 101,066.06 overall working fund available during this period. A total fund of £ 96,031.00 were given to beneficiaries/spent towards fees & charges and an amount of £ 5035.06 available in general fund […]

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As the Corona virus has been transmitting widely across the globe mainly due to the human interactions, movements & gathering etc, British Malayali Charity Foundation has decided not to hold the scheduled AGM on 15th March 2020 by meeting in a hall inorder to help to check the spread of the disease by all possible […]

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Jayden, a 6 year old boy from Telford climbed three mountains in the UK including the tallest peak of Ben Davis in Scotland to raise the funds for his dad’s friend, Reji from Manimala, Kottayam who struggle with his normal life due to the various medical conditions. Jaden, along with his dad Johncy and two […]

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Jayden, a 6 year old boy from Telford climbed three mountains in the UK including the tallest peak of Ben Davis in Scotland to raise the funds for his dad’s friend, Reji from Manimala, Kottayam who struggle with his normal life due to the various medical conditions. Jaden, along with his dad Johncy and two […]

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The venue of the Annual General Meetingof the British Malayali Charity Foundationhas been changed to DESFORD COLLERY BAND, THE BRASSHOUSE, OFF WHITWICK ROAD, COALVILLE, LE67 3FA (Opp. to Hermitage Park Hotel) and the date and the time will remain the same on Sunday 15th March 2020 at 2 PM. The meeting will discuss and review […]

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BMCF distributes fund to 200 nursing students in partnership with Awas in Kerala, India.. The British Malayali Charity Foundation distributed BMCF Nursing Students Support Scheme Fund 2019 to 187 nursing students and the rest 13 students received from the fund raised through partnership with Awas, a registered charity in India working alongside Marunadan Malayali. This […]

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The Annual General Meeting of the British Malayali Charity Foundation for the year 2020 will be held at  city of Leicester in England on Sunday 15th March 2020 at BRAUNSTONE CIVIC CENTERMEETING ROOM 2, BRAUNSTONE TOWN, LEICESTER, LE3 2PP at 2 PM. The meeting will discuss and review about the activities and working of the […]

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The British Malayali Charity Foundation has announced the list of 200 nursing students, who will be receiving a minimum of Rs. 18,000.00, the fund raised through one of its largest fundraising charity event of skydiving. More than 1500 applications received from across the state of Kerala with families affected with extreme financial conditions due to […]

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Events/ Projects | British Malayali Charity Foundation - Part 3

The British Malayali Charity Foundation has decided to issue Covid Support Appeal in the wake of rising number of calls received in its helpline. The Charity Foundation had already set up a helpline to support its community members, who required varieties of support due to the unprecedented outbreak of Covid 19 across the UK. The […]

Read More

Sinto Antony from Redhill, London passed away at his young age of 36 years leaving his wife and three small children after contracting COVID-19. Sinto, hails from Iritty Kannur in Kerala, was admitted into the ICU of the nearby hospital due to the dyspnoea(breathlessness) as a result of affecting COVID 19 and succumbed to death […]

Read More

As the coronavirus crisis has started hitting the community hard with obstructing the normal life, the charity foundation has, as always come out with its helping hand to support the fraternity. It has decided to set up a helpline so that if anyone in the community affected by this outbreak could contact the foundation. The […]

Read More

The foundation published the details of its working report and accounts during the financial year ended 15th March 2020 with details of £ 101,066.06 overall working fund available during this period. A total fund of £ 96,031.00 were given to beneficiaries/spent towards fees & charges and an amount of £ 5035.06 available in general fund […]

Read More

As the Corona virus has been transmitting widely across the globe mainly due to the human interactions, movements & gathering etc, British Malayali Charity Foundation has decided not to hold the scheduled AGM on 15th March 2020 by meeting in a hall inorder to help to check the spread of the disease by all possible […]

Read More

Jayden, a 6 year old boy from Telford climbed three mountains in the UK including the tallest peak of Ben Davis in Scotland to raise the funds for his dad’s friend, Reji from Manimala, Kottayam who struggle with his normal life due to the various medical conditions. Jaden, along with his dad Johncy and two […]

Read More

Jayden, a 6 year old boy from Telford climbed three mountains in the UK including the tallest peak of Ben Davis in Scotland to raise the funds for his dad’s friend, Reji from Manimala, Kottayam who struggle with his normal life due to the various medical conditions. Jaden, along with his dad Johncy and two […]

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The venue of the Annual General Meetingof the British Malayali Charity Foundationhas been changed to DESFORD COLLERY BAND, THE BRASSHOUSE, OFF WHITWICK ROAD, COALVILLE, LE67 3FA (Opp. to Hermitage Park Hotel) and the date and the time will remain the same on Sunday 15th March 2020 at 2 PM. The meeting will discuss and review […]

Read More

BMCF distributes fund to 200 nursing students in partnership with Awas in Kerala, India.. The British Malayali Charity Foundation distributed BMCF Nursing Students Support Scheme Fund 2019 to 187 nursing students and the rest 13 students received from the fund raised through partnership with Awas, a registered charity in India working alongside Marunadan Malayali. This […]

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The Annual General Meeting of the British Malayali Charity Foundation for the year 2020 will be held at  city of Leicester in England on Sunday 15th March 2020 at BRAUNSTONE CIVIC CENTERMEETING ROOM 2, BRAUNSTONE TOWN, LEICESTER, LE3 2PP at 2 PM. The meeting will discuss and review about the activities and working of the […]

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The British Malayali Charity Foundation has announced the list of 200 nursing students, who will be receiving a minimum of Rs. 18,000.00, the fund raised through one of its largest fundraising charity event of skydiving. More than 1500 applications received from across the state of Kerala with families affected with extreme financial conditions due to […]

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