• 3rd Cross, Chandran Garden, Chinna Thirupathi, Salem - 636 008.
  • 04272417147, 04175236008


In the heart of Salem city, a heartwarming journey began in July 2007 when a rented building opened its doors to 15 young souls. These children, without the presence of parents, were seeking a haven of care, love, and education, which the Binda Home aimed to provide.

Now, fast forward to the present day, the Binda Home has a brand new building, inaugurated with great excitement and joy. This new facility is a testament to the growth and success of the home over the years. Located in the heart of Salem city, it continues to provide a safe and loving haven for children in need.

The new building is not just a structure; it’s a symbol of hope and progress. With a big garden and ample open space for children to play and explore, it offers an even more enriching environment for their development. The spacious garden allows the children to enjoy the outdoors, connect with nature, and engage in physical activities that are essential for their well-being.

In addition to the garden, the new building is equipped with modern facilities and amenities that enhance the quality of care and education provided to the children. The state-of-the-art kitchen continues to serve nutritious and balanced meals, ensuring the children’s physical well-being. The commitment to their well-being extends beyond just meeting their basic needs; it’s about nurturing them in a holistic manner.

Bearing the torch of compassion, this initiative was undertaken by a dedicated mother figure, supported by a nurturing cook and overseen by a deeply committed Project Manager, affectionately known as “Akka” or “elder sister” by the children. This affectionate nickname bestowed upon the manager exemplifies the sense of familial connection that permeates the atmosphere at Binda Home.

Within the walls of this welcoming sanctuary, a modern, well-equipped kitchen buzzes with activity, ensuring that the children are nourished with balanced and nutritious meals. This not only fulfills their physical needs but also symbolizes the care and love that the entire Binda Home family extends to these parentless and abandoned girl children. The blend of education, care, and affection creates a nurturing environment that truly feels like home, where each child is cherished and supported in their journey of growth and development.

Binda Home (November 2022)



Total No.of Beneficiaries 91 so far



  • The food menu is prepared by the children itself.
  • Special coaching classes are organized for children who require individual attention.
  • Once in 6 months a regular medical check-up / consultation is given to all the children in Government primary Health Centre, Salem.
  • Purified drinking water and hot water provision for showering through solar system has been provided.
  • All children are encouraged to participate in various extra-educational activities and recreational activities such as karate, yoga, classical dance, sports, silambam and cooking through our “Butterfly Children’s Club”.
  • Each home has a professional Child Counsellor providing counselling to children
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