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Our Mission

By the year 2020 to bring up a minimum of 5,000 underprivileged families of Karnataka above poverty line.

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Our Vision

To work for the Welfare of needy Kannadigas in Karnataka and in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia..

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Educational Charity

Raising funds through various means of charity to help economically weaker children complete education

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Educational Support

To support and fund under priveleged needy students from a weker background to enable them gain education.

about us

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KNRI Forum - Jeddah commenced its operations in the year 1984 as a sole proprietorship firm at Bengaluru, Karnataka (India). KNRI Forum is Jeddah based voluntary, nonprofit charitable organization formed by NRI’s hailing from the Indian southern State Karnataka to help the needy in KSA & in the native state. The forum was formally inaugurated by the Consular General of India H.E. Dr. Ausaf Sayeed on 24th April 2007 at a Family Get-together Program organized by Jamiyyaitul Falah Jeddah. The Forum is registered under the KARNATAKA STATE SOCIETY ACT: Reg. No. SOR / DR / 302 / 2008-2009

 

Our Initiatives

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Blood Donation Camps

Organizing blood donation camps is one of our core activities. All our camps focus on giving blood donor the best experience.

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Help for Kannadigas

Our team works for the economically under priveleged kannadigas to help them complete their education and also supports them on health related issues.

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Fundraisers

We regularly organise fundraisers and charity events in Saudi Arabia to provide the requisite funds for the poor and needy. 

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The Events

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Charity Events

Charity events can be a great way to raise money for a good cause while presenting a visible and positive approach to publicising your cause.

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Cricket Tournament

We organise tournaments for the Asian diaspora to raise funds and help the underpriveleged Kannadigas achieve their dreams.

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Health Camps

Apart from organizing health camps and health awareness programmes, the Forum also distributes medicines to weaker sections of the socie

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