Sponsor Milk for Elderly Persons in a Old Age Home

A microproject by Sai Educational Rural & Urban Development Society (SERUDS)
Sponsor Milk for Elderly Persons in a Old Age Home
Sponsor Milk for Elderly Persons in a Old Age Home
Sponsor Milk for Elderly Persons in a Old Age Home
Sponsor Milk for Elderly Persons in a Old Age Home
Sponsor Milk for Elderly Persons in a Old Age Home
Sponsor Milk for Elderly Persons in a Old Age Home
Sponsor Milk for Elderly Persons in a Old Age Home
Sponsor Milk for Elderly Persons in a Old Age Home


This micro project helps to provide everyday Hot Milk to the most neglected destitute elderly women in Happy Old Age Home. Milk is one of the best sources of calcium for the body. Milk is filled with Vitamin D that helps the these destitute elderly persons body absorb calcium. Proper calcium intake contributes to strong and healthy bones. Drinking milk provides other benefits such as healthy teeth, rehydration and improves vitamin intake. Elderly Persons lead good healthy life with this hot milk

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Elderly persons are improving their health by having every day hot milk and independent into their golden years. Drinking of milk as elderly woman can lead to improved balance and physical ability in old age. It leads smaller chance of experiencing poor balance in their old age. Along with improving balance into old age, there are many benefits of consuming milk. Drinking more milk may help old age people have healthy bones and teeth, strengthen muscles, enhance weight loss & improve the skin.


This micro project solves the deficiency of calcium and improves bone strength by having hygienic hot milk. It improves the older people with energy & good health. Due to Old Age Elderly Persons are not able to walk themselves with out stick and some times they fell down. So with the nutrient diet these older people in the Happy Old Age Home can have a good healthy life at this golden age. This project provides Hot milk to the destitute old age people in the elderly home.

Long-Term Impact

The impact of elderly home, old aged from the poverty, dispute families are having peaceful life through their physical, emotional, social development. Home helps senior citizens through out the year in serving their daily needs. This project reduces "Hunger Deaths". Our project provides 20 elderly women with food & shelter. Through the provision of meals, health supplements, old age women are able to lead healthier lives. In the home elderly women mobilized & improving their confidence levels.


Seruds NGO India

Organization Information

Sai Educational Rural & Urban Development Society (SERUDS)

Project Leader:
Mallikarjuna Gorla
$335 raised of $545 goal
5 donations
19 days left
$210 to go
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