ANEW joins hands with the industry to provide internship programs to the trainees in their respective areas of training.
SMF (Dr Rangarajan Memorial Hospital) aims its services at the needs of the community of Anna Nagar and its environs. Anew has been associated with SMF since its inception in 1997. Home Nursing trainees intern at SMF for hands on training in patient care at the hospital.
Karna Prayag is a home for abandoned children and is also an adoption centre. After theoretical training at the center, the Home Nursing trainees are given practical training in paediatric care at Karna Prayag.
Set up in 1934 The Home for the Aged, is one of the 12 homes run by the Little sisters of the poor in India. Home Nursing trainees of Anew receive practical training in geriatric care at the Home for the Aged.
Since 1993 The Banyan has been an integral part of the chain of care for people with mental illness in Chennai. Their projects have changed the lives of over 5,000 mentally challenged persons. All Home Nursing trainees of Anew attend an orientation course at Banyan.
SCARF, a non governmental, non profit organization in Chennai is a center of repute in rehabilitation and research in disorders of the mind. As part of their comprehensive training, Home nursing trainees of ANEW attend orientation courses at SCARF.
Appasamy Medicare Centre is an ISO 9001:2000 Certified Organization and a part of M/S Appasamy Associates group, a trusted name in Ophthalmic Equipments and Instruments. Home nurses recieve practical training in handling patients with a need for varied speciality care.
Soundarapandian Bone and Joint Hospital has been providing excellent orthopaedic care since its inception in 1983. Located in 2 modern neighbouring buildings in Anna Nagar, the commitment of the hospital in caring for its patients has seen the hospital grow into one of the premier orthopaedic centres not only in Chennai but also in South India. The clinic offers its premises to home nurses to provide speciality training in orthopedic care with more emphasis on bed side care.
Accel Limited, the key promoter and majority share holder of Accel Frontline Limited has initiated its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program during the 20th year anniversary of the group. Accel Charities Foundation was launched as a vehicle for Accel's CSR initiatives that will include education for the poor, rural development and geriatric care. For the success of this initiative, all the Accel group companies will contribute unto 2% of their profits before tax annually towards Accel Charities Foundation. The Accel Charities Foundation is our AMC partner for the computer programs at ANEW. This support helps ANEW to focus and conduct the program efficiently and reach a wider section of the society with limited resources.
NIIT Foundation is a not-for-profit education society set up by the NIIT group in 2005. NIIT Foundation has begun a number of programs that would positively impact the underserved of the country through various educational interventions. The intent of NF is to better understand the education and employability issues at the grassroots level and build sustainable training intervention models. ANEW being part of their NGO Accreditation Program, NF is the implementation partner for the computer programs at ANEW. The partnership has greatly enhanced the quality and credibility of the program by providing course materials, online training for the trainers and assessment &certification for the students.
Sight Care Foundation is active in the field of Vision Care with the objective of eliminating Avoidable Blindness due to Refractive Errors. They conduct outreach camps for Eye Care and train Vision Care Technicians and Optometrists. Optometry students from ANEW are trained by teachers from Sight Care Foundation and also co-certify the course.
A Voluntary organization providing assistance to private vehicle owners Car driving trainees of Anew, after receiving their training are assessed and certified by AASI
The driving school supports ANEW by providing driving lessons at a subsidised rate for car driving trainees and provides assistance in procuring four wheeler licence.
Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Hyundai Motor Company (HMC), South Korea and is the largest passenger car exporter and the second largest car manufacturer in India HMIL has supported ANEW in its endeavour to empower women by generously donating a Hyundai car for training ANEW car driving students.
The Savera Group has been a consistent supporter of ANEW's car driving program by providing internship opportunities for a period of 6 months to the course completed trainees at their valet parking facility. This opportunity helps the trainees to handle learn to handle different makes of cars with confidence.
ANEW partners with institutions, to assist in identifying underprivileged candidates, eligible to attend training programs conducted in its premises.
Schools and Colleges
Government aided schools
ANEW collaborates with other NGOs
Confederation of Indian Organisations for Service and Advocacy (CIOSA) is an 8-year, 500-member strong pioneer network. CIOSA connects NGOs, corporates and individuals to make a difference by learning from one another, sharing resources and acting together. ANEW is an active member of CIOSA.
A part of "Joy of Giving Week" Celebrations, a Fund raising forum by Give India Foundation
"Battle of the Buffet" events by the 5 star Hotels in Chennai, where they provided their most lavish spreads free of cost to NGOs of the city, who worked together as a city and sell donor passes to raise funds for their work. ANEW participates actively, in the event every year as part of its fundraising efforts.
The Guild of Service (Central), established over eight decades ago, is a national-level social welfare Organization, set up to co-ordinate activities for the benefit of the economically backward, physically and mentally handicapped and socially weaker sections, from its main office at Chennai and branches. The Guild extends service to children, women and families.
ANEW was approached by the “Guild of Service” a very old charitable institution doing wonderful work in Chennai, to initiate a course as a joint venture.