Mother Teresa found meaning through her vocation and was influenced by many beliefs and teachings of the Church such as, the option for the poor and vulnerable, life and dignity of the human person and the tw...
Mother Teresa, born as Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu on August 26, 1910 in Albania, had many influences through Christianity within her life and lived as a person of religion.
Mother Teresa Charitable Trust strives hard to break the barriers towards acquisition of education for the deprived & underprivileged section. Children are the future pillars of our nation and irrespective of the socio-economic background every child has the right to education.
She was the only one in her family who was not born in Morenci and although she made sure people knew she was born in Texas, she was very proud to be a “Morenci girl.” When I asked family members to describe my mother, they used many of the same terms: a private person, very shy, meek, humble...
Mother Teresa Charitable Trust provides free school books / notes / bags and educational scholarships and assistance to the poor school going children. We conduct evening tuition centers in various parts of India. School going poor children come to these centers where they will be trained in their own academics and other extracurricular activities. We provide regular counseling and motivate children to pursue higher education.
Mother Teresa of Calcutta was born on August 26, 1910 in, Üsküp, Kosovo Vilayet (now known as Skopje, Republic of Macedonia), under the name Agness Gonxha Bojaxhiu....
The Mother Teresa Foundation embarks on the Noble Mission to spread love among the poor and bring them to mainstream of life to embrace Universal Brotherhood. The Foundation is dedicated to achieving extraordinary improvements in human life. It strives to “promote the well-being of humanity” in all the aspects. Hence our breadth of support includes:
Mother Teresa is the epitome of compassion and love. Her life is a saga of courage and endurance. It is an inspiration for people devoted to the service of God and humanity. In order to follow her pathway of lightening the life of the poor and needy, The Mother Teresa Charitable Trust blossomed in the minds of its founder who has committed himself in serving the humanity. It is in the faith to serve the poor people to the optimum level with higher sustainability and regularity the trust was registered as a legal entity. The trust believes in the principle, “Give everything and look for no return.”
To become an empowered dynamic effective and vibrant organisation by inculcating the core values of Mother Teresa to create a healthy, compassionate and responsive world.
Rooted in love, justice and trust, a respect for the dignity of life and spirit of hope, Mother Teresa Foundation partners with people – especially the unwanted, uncared and unloved to help them to achieve their full potential.
Mother Teresa is due to be canonized as a saint in the Catholic Church on September 4, giving her an official place in Catholic dogma. The Albanian nun and Nobel Peace Prize recipient, who died in 1997, will be named St. Teresa of Kolkata on Sunday.
“She was someone who thought about those who were least recognized among us — she frankly saw them as Jesus in the guise of the injured, the poor, the forgotten. She never thought anyone was expendable,” Catholic Relief Services Chief Operating Officer Sean Callahan, who worked with Mother Teresa, told .
Mother Teresa was for her service to the poor and needy in the slums of Kolkata, India. There, she opened a home for the dying, a hospital for the sick, and many orphanages. She was the founder of the Missionaries of Charity, which cared for the “poorest of the poor,” and grew exponentially under her leadership. By the time of her death in 1997, she had a following of more than 4,000.
Mother Teresa Foundation is a value driven organisation. It strongly believes that values are the foundations on which an organisation is built and these represent the core beliefs and convictions of an organisation. In fact, they describe what the organisation stands for. Values establish moral and ethical priorities, which serve to guide all organisational activities. The organisational principles, standards and qualities are also reflected through its practicing values. Mother Teresa Foundation has identified the following organisational core values and it places equal importance on all the values.