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Support the Special Education by donating a square yard of land to build a Residential school & Rehabilitation Centre for the disabled children in Telangana State.

Presently we are providing Education to 1000 Deaf, Dumb and Mentally Retarded children from Pre-school to post graduation in 12 rented buildings by paying a huge amount of rent since 3 decades by Helen Keller’s School for the Deaf Educational Society (Non-Profitable Charity Institution).

Now the institution needs to procure a piece of land to build an ideal class rooms, Residentials accommodation, Equipments and sufficient furniture. So, we expect support from philanthropists and corporate organizations to extend their corporate social responsibility and can come forward to donate a square yard of land by contributing Rs. 5000 /- only or more for providing better Education and Rehabilitation to the Children with Special Needs.

You may donate directly by crediting in to

Helen Keller’s Institute of Research & Rehabilitation for the disabled children
A/C No. 1976101010114, Canara Bank
Sainikpuri Branch, Secunderabad. IFSC Code No. CNRB0001976.

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To know more about the institution you may watch the video in youtube Helenkeller Institute, Secunderabad or you may also contact our officials in person or through phone no. 7989868112, 9396662158.
To acknowledge your donations please send your address and details of your donation by email: The donations made to this insitution are eligible to avail Income Tax exemption under 80G of Income Tax Act.

Helen Keller’s Institute of Research & Rehabilitation for the disabled children”, is running Special School for the Hearing Impaired, Intermediate and Degree college for the hearing impaired, Manpower development program, which includes teacher training for those who aspire to become teachers of the deaf, Diploma program in Special Education, Degree and Master Degree program in the speech and hearing,under one roof.


“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much” – Helen Keller

About Us

According to WHO (World Health Organization) 11% of the total population is disabled, of which approximately 3.6% people are suffering from speech and hearing problems.

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