Monday, October 10, 2011

[Announcement] CKF Scholarship program

In CKF, we have always been striving to help more students continue their education. We believe “money” should not be a reason for anybody to discontinue education. We have been fulfilling that vision in a small way for the past few years with a group of friends and volunteers. Now, we want to do more of that and to facilitate the initiative, we are bringing in new processes. As a first step in channelizing the process, we have created a “Scholarship Program” and are accepting applications from students (primary and secondary education), in need.

How can you help?
Spread the word. Talk to your parents, friends, and colleagues. If you know or come across a student in your community/ workplace, who you think might benefit from CKF Scholarship program; please let them know and share the information with us.

What do we need from the applicant?
To ensure our effort and money are spent for the right cause and to the right candidate; we need few documents from the candidate/ student. Please refer to the application form for more details. Application form -

Thanks for the support. If you have any questions, please mail us @

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

[Announcement] CKF, registered under The Indian Trusts Act, 1882

All - I am glad to let you all know that Computer Kindness Foundation has been registered on Sep 21, 2011 as a legal Not-For-Profit (NFP) entity under The Indian Trusts Act, 1882. We have been planning this for a long time and are very delighted about this new development. This legal status provides CKF with many benefits (we will communicate them as we progress) and will enable us to do more of what we have been doing already.

As part this process, we have a board of trustees formed comprising of me, Sowmiya D, Antony S, Balaji V, Ramalingam K C and Arulanandan P. Please feel free to reach out to any of us, if you have any questions.

Thanks for all your continuous support. Please mail to for more details.