We ICWO have successfully administrating and maintaining of following Greater Chennai Corporation Crematorium with the support of Greater Chennai Corporation. To upgrade the services for the public who visit the crematorium and to protect the sacredness of the place.
On an average 300 to 400 people visited Crematoriums every day. The general public widely appreciating the maintenance and services of Greater Chennai Corporation Velankadu Crematorium, Otteri Crematorium, Valasaravakkam Crematorium, Puzhudhivakkam Crematorium and Perungudi Crematorium. Etc.. administrated and maintained by Indian Community Welfare Organisation - ICWO.
We Indian Community Welfare Organisation – ICWO along with THE CANDLES an organisation as part of their projects VARNAM, beautifying the abandoned walls with social messages. As part of Clean Chennai organize an Art Work Painting in walls of Greater Chennai Corporation Velankadu Crematorium and Otteri Crematorium.
Massive cleaning of Greater Chennai Corporation Velankadu & Otteri Crematorium” to maintain cleanliness and to protect the sacredness of the place. Overall 50 Students from different colleges in Chennai and volunteers participated in the campaign.
A campaign towards total sanitation in Chennai. The campaign is aim to motivate the users, sustain the changed behavior and reach total sanitation in Velangadu Crematorium. We randomly select one user of the toilet at Velangadu Crematorium. We will recharge the talk time of Rs.100/- for the selected person on a weekly basis for his/her mobile phone number in their network of mobile phone services.
In a first of its kind in the state, a city crematorium has started converting flowers and leaves that are used for the last rites into manure for use as a natural fertilizer for greenery in and around the space. The four-and-half acre Velankadu crematorium at New Avadi Road, Anna Nagar on has set a precedent for all the 214 crematoriums in the city where quintals of flowers and leaves are wasted on a daily basis.