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Sep 10, 2019

Khushbu joined her adoptive family!

Baby Khushbu coming out of hospital
Baby Khushbu coming out of hospital

Khushbu joined her new family

It was a huge victory to see Khushbu going with her adoptive family. Khushbu was separated at birth form her mother. She was pre maturely born and weighed only 800 grams. The doctors at the hospital battled for her life. After 4 months of hospital stay, her weight doubled and it was 1.63 kilogram. She was ready to come to Asharan. Khushbu developed slowly with the help of loving care givers, occupational therapist and speech therapist. She is one and a half years old, happy and healthy today.

When the time came for her adoption, many parents were skeptical and decided not to take her. They feared that she might become a slow learner in the future; but a beautiful family from India fell in love with her. They have a two year old son. Their attitude was very different from others. They said, “We are prepared to face the future. Any child can turn to become a slow learner; fear for the future will not stop us from adopting Khushbu”.

Khushbu’s victory is your victory too. We wouldn’t have been able to take care of her and bring her to this stage without your support and God’s grace.

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 694 children since 1997. The children here are at the age group of new born to 7 years presently. In 2018, Asharan cared for 74 kids.  Six orphan children found families through adoption since June 2019.

Asharan’s fire exit and external stairs works are in progress. The building needs complete rennovation now after a gap of 11 years.

Wish list

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

-         We definitely need more support to complete the renovation work of Asharan.

-         Our future dream is to raise a corpus fund 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 being socially responsible. May you be blessed in increasing measures!

Thank you

Mrs. Jolly Geevarghese


Khushbu's 1st birthday
Khushbu's 1st birthday
Kushbu with her beautiful adoptive family
Kushbu with her beautiful adoptive family
Aug 26, 2019

Bringing HOPE...Changing LIVES

Tailoring Program was rolled out in the month of May 2019 as part of “Girls Empowerment program” to benefit the girls and young women of Kannagi Nagar Slum Rehabilitation Colony.      

Sewing is an important Life Skill one could acquire and use it as a vehicle to learn and become self-confident and self-dependent.


More than 150 girls/young women from the community were counseled to join the course and 60 girls/young women joined the course to learn to stitch.   Of 60 enrolled, only 15 knew simple techniques of stitching while others started to learn from the beginning.   Tailoring classes were held for 6 days a week. All the girls were trained to stitch handkerchiefs & pillow covers, to begin with, and then proceeded to learn Salwar top, Gathering Pants, Bags, Designs of necklines, etc.

Alongside the tailoring classes, grooming and motivational sessions were also conducted for all the girls. 10 of the girls were motivated and grabbed the opportunity to learn FREE basic Computer course offered by HOPE foundation Computer Learning Centre in Kannaginagar.

Thanks to all those who have donated generously for imparting sewing classes and value-based lessons for the girls/young women of Kannagi Nagar Sum Rehabilitation Colony bringing hope and changing lives since 2001.


Aug 14, 2019

Bringing HOPE...Changing LIVES

Bringing hope to 6 more girls…

This quarter, Arias Home of HOPE became a home for 6 more girl children who are infected/affected by HIV/AIDS. These girls were in dire need of shelter as the home they were staying was closing down and with the support of Child Welfare Committee of the Chengalpattu District, staff and children of Arias Home of HOPE embraced these girl children as their own.

As the school reopened all the 14 girls were provided with new school bags, two sets of uniforms, books, and notebooks to continue their education along with other necessary requirements. Thanks to each one of you for the support you have extended continuously to Arias Home of HOPE and your support has enabled us to bring hope and change lives 6 needier girl children.

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