Welcome to Thalir Holistic Welfare Centre

Charity to the least
and the last

Thalir – VISIT (Virtual Institute for Skills, Integrity and Transformation) promotes
total excellence through Motivational Seminars, Counselling and Formations
by following the footsteps of St. Francis of Assisi and Blessed Solanus Casey.




Thalir Holistic Welfare Centre
Thalir Holistic Welfare Centre

Our Vision

Let's make the world better together

Thalir Holistic Welfare Centre works for multi-dimensional welfare of the rural poor. Thalir has special focus on these following areas.

Not all of us can do great things
but we can do small things with great love

9800 +
Total Learners
6500 +
Course Hours
67500 +
Total Beneficiaries
0 +
Formation Courses

Our Courses

Change is the end
result of all true

What do you think is better to receive after each lesson: a lovely looking badge or important skills you can immediately put into practice. There is really no magic to it

You have the Power to bring

Latest Updates

Latest updates from Thalir

The Rights of Women: Promotion, Protection, and Fulfilment
Charity & EmpowermentSocio Pastoral Concern

The Rights of Women: Promotion, Protection, and Fulfilment

The Capuchin Thalir Holistic Welfare Centre celebrated Women’s day focused on ‘THE RIGHTS OF WOMEN: Promotion, Protection, and Fulfilment’. Around 100 women delegates from various villages of Villupuram District gathered at Thalir Conference Hall on 6th March. The programme began at 10am with a prayer …

Capuchins’ Holistic Initiative During COVID-19 Gains Momentum
Charity & EmpowermentIn The Media

Capuchins’ Holistic Initiative During COVID-19 Gains Momentum

Due to lockdown, while many have lost jobs and stayed indoors, the Capuchins of Tamil Nadu in India have launched an online global reach out programme aimed at religious formators and formees. In the recently concluded three-day online programme for religious formators and formees, altogether …

Capuchins’ Holistic Initiative During COVID-19 Gains Momentum
In The Media

A Capuchin center in South India provides online international training for priests and nuns.

The Franciscan Capuchin friars of Amala Annai Province in India have initiated a series of online formation programmes for the English speaking religious men and women, Capuchin Father Nithiya Sagayam, director of Thalir (vitality) Holistic Welfare Centre in Villupuram, told Matters India. According to him, …