No.57, Vepery High Road, Periamet, Chennai Ph: 044-42027213 Ph: 044-42145331

AN-NOOR Welfare Trust

The An-Noor Welfare Trust is a registered voluntary welfare organization fully committed to provide Total Care Solutions to the economically challenged section of Society, through Eye Camps in Schools, community centres and slums in and around the city of Chennai in South India.

Composed of highly qualified, experienced and dedicated team of specialists, An-Noor welfare trust, as of today, with Allah’s help has enabled over 50,000 people, to have a clearer vision.

Behind every innovative project is a set of like minded people who are committed, passionate, selfless with a burning desire to make a positive impact on individuals and societies.

The An-Noor Welfare Trust cosists of highly qualified, experienced and renowned achievers in the field of eye care.

The team is spearheaded by Dr. Khaleel Ahmed, MBBS, MS (Ophthalmology) FRCS (Glasgow, UK) FICO Cambridge UK, Fellowship in Oculoplasty (AIIMS, New Delhi), Phaco fellowship (Kerala), LASIK (Mumbai), MBA (CRM).

The core team gets sufficient support from other teammates consisting of technicians, Event Organisers, Logistics staff and publicity professionals.

Donation Option Amount (Rs.)
Phaco (suture-less) surgery of a poor patient having Cataract Rs. 5000.00
Glaucoma Evaluation for a poor patient Rs. 5000.00
Blindness Screening Camp for 150-200 poor persons in a rural village or an urban slum Rs. 10000.00

Anyone wishing to gift vision to the economically deprived, can donate

Your contribution can be given by cheque, D.D or E-Transfer in the name of

AN-NOOR EYE HOSPITAL
HDFC BANK
Branch – Parrys Corner, Chennai – 01.
Current A/c No. : 01662020002391
IFSC Code : HDFC000166

For More Details Contact :
Mob: +91 97908 35908
+91 70921 70310
+91 97899 39654

Come! Join hands together and work in the way of Allah   – JazaAllahu Khair

PATIENTS SAY ABOUT US

Our promise is a quality-driven service, and our aim is to ensure affordable access to healthy eye care services