India Partners

An India rich in hope, justice and the compassion of Christ.
Rescue trafficked women & children in India
 
This project rescues women and children from the dangers of Mumbai's red-light districts and relocates them to a safe home, where they will receive shelter, food, clothing, medical care, counseling and education. project reportread updates from the field
Help an orphan in India receive an education
 
This project provides a quality education to poor or orphaned children in India. The children are often marginalized because of their low caste. They don't have money to attend school let alone afford basic essentials. With a good education, these children will have an opportunity to succeed. They'll be able to pursue careers and contribute back to their communities. You can send children in India to school and help them develop intellectually and creatively in a safe learning environment. project reportread updates from the field
Give a sewing machine to a mom in India
 
This project will train 140 poor women in India and teach them valuable sewing skills. It will also provide each woman with her own treadle sewing machine, allowing her to earn a living from home to support her family. project reportread updates from the field
Transforming Youth in India with Computer Training
 
You can empower youth, 18-24 years old, with disabilities to learn computer skills so they can get a job or start a business in India. This project will equip about 28 students with disabilities with computer skills each year. The education you provide will give young people with disabilities the opportunity to succeed in a career in the IT field, support their families, and create a strong sense of self-worth. project reportread updates from the field
Chennai floods have endangered Little Hearts Home
 
The Little Hearts home for the mentally and physically disabled is in great need. The floods in Chennai have destroyed both the food supply and closed the facility where the food was being prepared. This has left the very vulnerable people at The Little Hearts Home in an awful plight. These wonderful people are completely dependent on others for their day to day living and yet the resources they had for food were all destroyed. Life has gone from difficult to tenuous. project reportread updates from the field
India Heat Wave - Relief for the Suffering
 
An intense heat wave has struck India. Over 300 million people have been affected. To make problems worse, water availability is extremely low. People need to walk many miles in order to find water and the extreme heat makes the journey dangerous. Already this summer the government estimates more than 370 people have died in relation to the heat wave. People suffering in poverty need safe water today. project reportread updates from the field
Feed 200 starving school children in India
 
This projects feeds 200 starving school children in India with nutritious lunches for an entire year, providing the children with essential nutrients that will help them to focus and continue with their education. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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