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Snehalaya 'Home of Love'

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1989
year founded
$262,031
raised on GlobalGiving
4
years fundraising
4
projects funded

Mission

"Every child & woman has the right to lead a life, free from discrimination, inequality and exploitation. This is the key to our nation building" Dr Girish Kulkarni founder of Snehalaya. Snehalaya means 'Home of Love' and its just that for many marginalised women and children in Maharashtra, India, who have no one else to turn to. The goal is simple to combat poverty and exploitation of all people adversely affected by the commercial sex industry in India. To strive for the basic human rights of its clients through offering pathfinding and practical support methods. To continue to provide rescue, shelter and care for their vulnerable clients to find their way to ...

Project Leaders
Miranda Hudson
Miranda Hudson
Sarah Stretton
Sarah Stretton
Joyce Connolly
Joyce Connolly
Priti Bhombe
Priti Bhombe
Team
Anil Gawade, Hanif Shaikh, Pravin Mutyal
Organization Information
14b Cotherstone Road
Brixton Hill
London, Greater London SW2 3NF
United Kingdom
07930349044

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 8248831050
Organization Information
14b Cotherstone Road
Brixton Hill
London, Greater London SW2 3NF
United Kingdom
07930349044

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 8248831050

Projects (8)

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Project Reports

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Jun 15, 2018
Back To School
It’s a big day here in India as the new school year starts. This morning there will be many excited and apprehensive children getting into their new uniforms and packing their bags with their...
May 25, 2018
Ciao bellas
Thank you for support of our adoption center and children. As a government-approved adoption center we manage to place our babies with Indian families reasonably quickly. For our older children...
May 11, 2018
Don't forget Mother's day - this Sunday!
While some countries celebrate their mothers on different days, the second Sunday in May is celebrated as Mother’s Day by around 100 countries, including India. Although many of our children are...
 
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