Khokon Charitable Foundation (KCF)

Khokon Charitable Foundation - named after the deceased brother of the owning family of M & J Group - was set up in July 2007. KCF aims to help the people whose lives are dominated by poverty, illiteracy, disease and other handicaps. With multifaceted interventions, this foundation strives to bring about positive changes in the quality of life of the rural poor of Sirajganj district in Bangladesh. With this view in mind, KCF already started helping the people of Haluakandi, the village where the founder of M & J Group late Mr. Mofiz Uddin Talukder was born.

Following are the core areas where KCF would like to concentrate by allocating its resources:

Medicare Facilities

Medicare facilities like arrangement of a make shift hospital for the pregnant women, children and elderly people are already in operation. All registered people have access to qualified doctors and medicines for free.

Occasional eye camps are also being set up to help people with cataract and other eye complications.

Monthly Allowance

A monthly allowance @ BDT 500 is being earmarked for number of old aged and handicapped people.


Pre- schooling facility has been established for those who traditionally remain outside of formal schooling. Children below 6 years of age are entitled to use this facility for free.

Other Activities

Awareness building campaign and support: