Support Abandoned Mentally Challenged Children

$62,227 $0
Raised Remaining
May 8, 2014

Thank you

Children from the babies Unit
Children from the babies Unit

Dear friends 

Greeting to you from the speical children of Sri Arunodayam,

I hope this report finds you well and in good spirits. With all your support and wishes, Sri Arunodayam continues to provide care for the mentally challenged children who have been abandoned by their parents. 

Today, there are 115 special children under the care of Sri Arunodayam. Such quality care, protection and rehabilitation are possible only because of your continued support and patronage. Thank you so much once again. 

Our project Support Abandoned Mentally Challenged (# 2756) has been fully funded. We thank you.

Now, we have a new project on the same title - Support Abandoned Mentally Challenged - (#15258) with our current needs for the children. We request you to extend your support for this project and help Sri Arunodayam to continue its mission. 

On behalf of all the children at Sri Arunodayam I would like to place my sincere & hearty thanks for your magnanimous support. 

Link to the New Project



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Project Leader

Iyyappan Subramanian

Founder Managing Trustee
Chennai, Tamil nadu India

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Map of Support Abandoned Mentally Challenged Children