Fr. Abraham Mutholathu Foundation NFP

Welcome to the official website of Fr. Abraham Mutholath Foundation, a charity that carries on the social service legacy of Fr. Abraham Mutholath.As a hospital chaplain and a parish pastor in the U.S. for over 20 years,Fr. Abraham has devoted his earnings and efforts to support various philanthropic programs in India and the U.S. through Agape Movement, a visionary non-profit that he founded in 2001.

The Fact Sheet

Service Awards
Foundation Programs
    • Providing assistance to Agape Bhavan, a network of facilities for people with disabilities run by the Archdiocese of Kottayam’s Social Service Societies.
    • Supporting Good Samaritan Centre, a home for children with multiple disabilities, especially those who are blind and deaf, located in Cherpunkal.
    • Recognizing and rewarding the efforts of self-help groups, social workers, and social service institutions through various awards.
    • Contributing to Catholic Missions and their charitable activities.
    • Publishing books and websites on the Holy Bible and Social Service.

Major Initiatives

Social Service Institutions at Mutholath Nagar

One of the shining achievements of Fr. Abraham Mutholath is his collaboration with the Kottayam Social Service Society of the Archdiocese of Kottayam. Together, they have established invaluable resources to uplift the differently abled and marginalized segments of society. These initiatives include:

  1. Agape Bhavan (Centre): Inaugurated on January 2, 2006, this center is a hub of empowerment. It offers comprehensive training and income generation programs for individuals who are physically and mentally challenged. Moreover, it provides a vital space for self-help groups to gather, collaborate, and find employment opportunities.
  2. Good Samaritan Centre: A beacon of hope since its inauguration on August 21, 2011, the Good Samaritan Centre focuses on the holistic development of blind-deaf children and offers state-level training for community-based rehabilitation (CBR) staff. This center also doubles as a center for vocational training, equipping youth with essential skills for a brighter future.
  3. Mutholath Auditorium: An essential addition to the philanthropic landscape, the Mutholath Auditorium, inaugurated on February 14, 2017, plays a pivotal role in sustaining programs for the differently abled. Its income generation efforts contribute significantly to the continuation of these crucial initiatives.
  4. Impact Centre: An embodiment of dedication, the Impact Centre, completed on July 27, 2023, stands as a residential institution. It serves as a training ground for camps conducted by the Good Samaritan Centre and offers temporary accommodation for visitors from distant locations.

Fr. Abraham Mutholath’s unwavering dedication, coupled with the collaborative efforts of the Fr. Abraham Mutholath Foundation and the Agape Movement, continues to transform lives, foster inclusivity, and create a brighter future for those who need it the most. Explore our website to learn more about our mission, achievements, and ongoing initiatives.

Churches in North East India

Fr. Abraham Mutholath has contributed to construct five churches in the Diocese of Miao in Arunachal Pradesh in North East India. The churches are:

  1. St. Peter & Paul Church at Khagam Mossnag
  2. St. Jude Church at Diyun
  3. St. Don Bosco church at Longding
  4. Tezu Parish in memory of Frs. Krick & Boury in Koraliang Village
  5. St. Joseph Church at Hassi Russa

He also contributed a 36 feet tall statue of Jesus in front of Christ the Light Cathedral, Miao and a dispensary at Diyun. Because of his encouragement, other persons and families also gave financial support for churches, wayside chapels and dispensaries in the North East India.

Awards to Encourage NGOs and Social Workers

Fr. Abraham Mutholathu Foundation has established the following national and state-level awards through Kottayam Social Service Society and Kerala Social Service Forum to encourage NGOs, social workers, CBR programs, and small-scale farmers:

  1. Agape Award for prominent philanthropic donors.
  2. Good Samaritan National Award, an All-India National Award for the best social worker in India.
  3. Fr. Mutholath Foundation Award for the best social service society in Kerala organized by Kerala Social Service Forum.
  4. Fr. Mutholath Foundation Award for Best Farmer, a Kerala State-Level Award for the best farmer in association with Chaithanya Karshika Mela.
  5. Fr. Mutholath Foundation Award for the Best Animator, an award for the best field worker like animator, coordinator, or CBR field worker of Kottayam Social Service Society.
  6. Fr. Mutholath Foundation Award for Best Self-Help Group, an award for the best self-help group like women group, CBR group, Senior Citizen’s group, Naomi Group, or agricultural group of Kottayam Social Service Society and another one of Malabar Social Service Society.

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