Teacher's salary & rent to educate gypsy children

 
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Dear respectful Donors,

Your favourite NGO New Life, and its work on rehabiliation of Juveniles and Children of Prison inmates are documented and telecast in TIMES NOW Television Channel in its programme AMAZING INDIANS Season III.

 

The cover story will be  telecast on 25th January at 7.30 a.m., 5.30 p.m. and on 26th, the Sunday at 2.30 p.m.and 10.30 p.m.

This is a contest and only with your support New Life can win and reach many other deserving children living in disadvantageous life situations.There is a urgent need to protect these innocent children from the discriminating world and its institutions.

Kindly vote by typing AI3 <space> b and sending it to 58888. (International callers it is 009158888). Together we win and make change in the lives of these children in this New Year.

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Thank you in anticipation of your support at this important time.

May 9, 2013

This is the time to learn other skills

Greetings dear donors!

We had an interaction with the parents of the children in Devarayaneri. Most of the mothers want to educate their children unliike them. Alamelu's mother wants her to complete atleast the school final. Sathyaraj's mother says only after her children started going to the coaching class they are studying well. Earlier she will be called by the school teachers often and warned about the poor performance of the children. Now there is tremendous progress in their studies and they do their home work properly and doing well in their exams.

The annual exams are over now and the children are happily spending their time playing, dancing and singing. The coaching class teacher gives them simple exercises to improve their language skills in English. Hence the children are utilising their holiday time to acquire additional skills.

We thank the donors for helping us pay the salary of the teacher and this helps us continue the coaching class for these deprived/secluded children. We request you to spread words about the project to likeminded people in your friends and relatives as your words are countable for them.

Thanking you for your continued support!

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