Golden Butterflies was registered on February 8th, 2018, as a not-for-profit, public charitable trust. We are dedicated to serving the needs of underprivileged children suffering from chronic, advanced or incurable diseases. We embrace “child patient and family/caregivers” as one unit, which is the foundation of Palliative Care. Our services cover Chennai city & surrounding districts in Tamil Nadu and some families from other parts of India.
Golden Butterflies CPCF has dedicated itself to bring solace to underprivileged, terminally ill children suffering from incurable diseases like cancer, AIDS, end stage organ failure, etc., whilst also supporting their families at this crucial time.
Golden Butterflies CPCF will provide medical aid, financial assistance, palliative care and counselling to families of underprivileged children suffering from chronic, advanced or incurable diseases, in Chennai city and its surrounding districts, in Tamil Nadu.
“The world needs more children, for their innocence, their liveliness, and most importantly, their unconditional love. Golden Butterflies is doing a commendable job in supporting the children that need it the most, and we feel humbled that we are able to contribute to this worthy cause.”
The joy on children faces, and satisfaction on their caregiver’s face speaks volumes; we all have a great time! When I visit next, I’m delighted to hear that ‘Golden Butterflies’ are magic words – it makes the children obey! As part of GB WINGS, I have many opportunities to attend practical trainings and workshops, which enhance my skills and knowledge. Thank you to all my mentors!”
Covid 19 lockdown made our day to day life even harder. We could not give my child nutritious food and he often went hungry. That was when the Golden Butterflies team called us, as part of follow-up counselling and lent me a patient ear. They acted immediately and we became part of the GB Nutri Bowl scheme. A GB Counsellor was with me throughout my difficult times, helping me find strength, building my confidence This made me appreciate that ‘quality of life’ is as important as life itself.