To help underprivileged, deserving & needy people with their medical needs.
To deliver high quality services by designating concern for patient’s physical condition as well as their emotional needs. It is our desire to serve patients promptly with consideration and dignity.
To promote, restore, and maintain the health of all people.
Khidmat Charitable Trust (KCT)
Khidmat Charitable Trust (KCT) is a Non-Government Organization (NGO) registered under the Government of India’s Public Trust Registration Act of 1950 on 12 December 2001. Based in Mumbai, KCT’s registration no is E19852.
In 2001, by the grace of Almighty Allah, we established our start-up with the key objective of providing every possible medical aid to the underprivileged and deserving section of our society. Our aim is to provide them moral and economical support during the treatment of a critical illness.
We appeal for donations to support this endeavor and we assure quality and transparency of services
“Treat your sick by giving Sadaqah (charity)”
Monetary help with the purchase of life saving medicines for patients caught in an Emergency Health Crises, Diagnostics & complete funding for hospital.
Free dialysis and essential medicines for immediate requirements. Free light breakfast for patients
Partially or fully bearing the educational cost (tuition and coaching fee) of meritorious students, whose parents cannot support them financially, through scholarships and other financial assistance programmes.
Provide ration for unprivileged families, who are struggling to make ends meet. Also, the monthly ration and Ramzan aid benefit not only the Muslims but all people.
HOW BENEFICIARIES RECEIVE OUR AID?
Anyone in need of any assistance in a medical emergency has to apply in writing, explaining his or her needs and circumstances in detail. The Trust vets all the applications carefully and then an executive from the Khidmat Charitable Trust schedule a face-toface meeting with the applicant. During this interaction, the KCT executive takes a full account of the individual's case, tries to understand their problems, economic and social conditions.
Filling of Forms
Once the background check is complete and the executive is satisfied with the authenticity of the case, the applicant is asked to fill-out a 'Khidmat Enrollment' form, along with a photo, identity proof such as PAN or Aadhaar card. In the case of medical assistance, a doctor's prescription is also mandatory.
KCT's Medical Officer then examines the medical procedure, while a pharmacist screens the medicine prescription and also gives an estimate of the approximate cost involved for medicines, procedures, etc.
Sanction & Deed
Lastly, the Trustees scan each and every form carefully and give their final approval for prompt action. The medicines are delivered to the location with open seals to avoid reselling. No cash, only cheque policy is adopted for monetary transactions.
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