Kairali served lunch to 45 volunteers at National Pulse Polio Program. csrPosted By Ramesh K.V posted on Sun 19 Jan 2020 at 06:39 AMKairali provided lunch for 45 volunteers of Primary health centre at National Pulse Polio Program.Kairali distributes Blankets among less privileged so they can survive the freezing nights csrPosted By Abhilash K.R posted on Fri 06 Sep 2019 at 12:00 AMKairali Ayurveda Group is always believed to support a number of social and charitable ventures who are looking to help the environment and less privileged members of the society for many years in Kerala. This group is regularly trying to improve its way of working along with spending lives in harmony with nature at the same time. Kairali constantly believed in giving much more than taking from society. This has always been the crucial and vital policy of Kairali Ayurvedic Group. Various charitable outreach programs were designed for maintaining ties with the neighbouring population and serving their needs.Kairali Ayurvedic Group along with the involvement of Mr. K.V. Ramesh, Managing Director offers support, maintenance, and medicinal care to less privileged society. In the raining and freezing season, the donation of blankets is considered to be a great way for helping out the society especially the homeless people. There are various underprivileged elderly individuals who do not even have enough money to buy a blanket. Kairali provided 80 blankets of Rs. 15,540 to needy and elderly people of the nearby locality. These blankets are given to the Primary health centre in Palakkad, Kerala on 6th September 2019. Primary health centres commonly called Public health centres are the foundation of rural health services. It is the basic functional and structural elements of the public health amenities that help provides accessible primary health care services to individuals. Kairali Ayurvedic Group also offers various financial and non-financial support to the needy individuals that make human society a better place to live in.