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Dec 26, 2019

scientific inventions by HOPE school children

Missiles are awesome scientific inventions that capture the attention of many people and cause exciting scientific discoveries, exactly that's how excited our Hope Foundation school children when they came to know that, they're going to lunch their own missiles, with the guidance from the Aircraft Sports team, who took a class about the missiles and how to make their own
missile model. The students eagerly learned the concept and made their own missile model. The students were very excited to launch their missile with the help of their facilitator. We are very proud to announce that out of six children who made their missile models and launched them, Ms. Archana & Mas. Y. Vishwa was selected to participate in the District Level competition.

Dec 5, 2019

Asharan, a refuge for the survivors

Asharan is a refuge for the new born babies when their birth mothers are in extreme challenging situations. It is also a refuge for the babies of rape survivors. It gives them some relief when they know that their baby could be safe while they are battling to survive the challenges that are inflicted on them unjustly in many cases.

 It is also a refuge and healing place for the older children who are left to fend for themselves due to death of parents or a disrupted family. They get to go to school, and grow in knowledge and wisdom. The three school going kids came 1st 2nd and 3rd in academics in 1st standard and the Kindergarten classes during the recent assessment. The special need children Sharad and Sakshi started schooling in a special school this month.

Children’s day was celebrated with fun games, food and gifts. They enjoyed the treasure hunt game along with their care givers. Asharan received three new born babies this month. So far this year we cared for 47 children who needed care, protection and rehabilitation.

Asharan Orphanage, HOPE foundation, Delhi was started in 1997 to give care and protection to young children who have no one else in their lives. Asharan has cared for 700 children since 1997. The children here are at the age group of new born to 7 years presently. In 2018-19, Asharan cared for 74 kids.  Eight orphan children found families through adoption since June 2019.


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- We need more financial support to complete the renovation work of Asharan. Please write back.

- Asharan requires more well-wishers to provide regular monetary support to care for the orphaned and lost children.

- Our future dream is for a more spacious home for the kids and to raise a corpus to sustain Asharan’s work for the future.

We are extremely grateful to all those who have extended your support this quarter. Thank you for supporting the renovation work. We appreciate you for being socially responsible.                        

Kids got new chairs for the classroom
Kids got new chairs for the classroom
Nov 12, 2019

Helping Ajith achieve his dreams

Ajith in his College Uniform with his Id card
Ajith in his College Uniform with his Id card

16 years is a big span of life, but when asked Ajith who is 20 now, says “I am blessed to be a part of Arias Home, for had it not been for the home, I would not have survived till now”.

Orphaned Ajith was already infected with HIV/AIDS and rejected by his relatives when he came to Arias Home in 2003. 4 years is too small an age to really understand what’s going on in life and hence when admitted in Arias home, he accepted Arias Home as his own home and the children of the home as his brothers and sisters. When asked, he says he does not have a single memory of his past.

In the home, he grew up to be a responsible boy, caring for others. He was good in studies and after completing his 12th Std, he took admission for one-year diploma course in “Zwick Machine Operator”. He worked for a few months but was not happy. He always dreamt of becoming a Mechanical Engineer, hence he decided to continue his studies. He started preparing himself to get admitted in an Engineering college by appearing for different examinations and finally, he was successful in getting admission for a Diploma course in Mechanical Engineering from FX Polytechnic College, Tirunelveli.

Ajith is a happy boy who could achieve his dream. There are many children like Ajith who came to Arias Home at a very tender age, grew up to become young boys and girls, chose a career of their choice and have settled in the community.

All these children were able to achieve their dreams and aspirations not because of HOPE foundation alone but because of each one of you who have stood steadfastly behind us and supported us in our journey of “Brining HOPE…Changing LIVES” … You have not only been the part of their journey but the part of their successes as well.

We take this time to thank you for the support and belief that you have shown in us through your donations and request you to continue showing this belief and trust in the days to come, so that no matter what, every disadvantaged child of our orphanage gets to fulfil his/her dream and scale up in life.

Thank You So Much!!

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