On behalf of the CHHASE and staff, thank you for your hard-earned sacrifice with your donation.
The women who are selected and trained to start street vending business are provided with baskets, vegetables & Fruits and tarpaulin to spread on the ground. They have been taken to the main market in chennai and shown how to buy quality fruits and vegetables.
our beneficiaries are thanking you for your donation and they say that they will pray for you and for your family well being.
One of our beneficiary said “I was worrying about my future earlier. But after vending business class and grant to start business, My fear about the future has gone. Now I am selling vegetables and earning hand some income. Now I am confident enough that I can able to educate my children and look after my family without any difficulty. I am thanking the donors who gave me and my family a secured future.
In the coming months, CHHASE hopes to be able to extend the opportunity to many more young women in need.
To help CHHASE to continue this important program and encourage these young women to succeed in their businesses and achieve self-sufficiency, please consider making a donation.
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