Community Based Home for Underprivileged Children

by Society for Poor People Development (SPPD)
Community Based Home for Underprivileged Children
Community Based Home for Underprivileged Children
Community Based Home for Underprivileged Children
Community Based Home for Underprivileged Children
Community Based Home for Underprivileged Children
Community Based Home for Underprivileged Children
Community Based Home for Underprivileged Children
Community Based Home for Underprivileged Children
Community Based Home for Underprivileged Children
Community Based Home for Underprivileged Children
Community Based Home for Underprivileged Children
Community Based Home for Underprivileged Children
Community Based Home for Underprivileged Children
Community Based Home for Underprivileged Children
Community Based Home for Underprivileged Children
Community Based Home for Underprivileged Children
Community Based Home for Underprivileged Children
Community Based Home for Underprivileged Children
Community Based Home for Underprivileged Children
Community Based Home for Underprivileged Children

Dear Donors, 

We want to say Thank you again for all the support you guys have given to us.

The children are doing so well in school right now and with their utmost emotions, they feel so happy to be with their parents despite their poor life style. Many children had obtained fair grades in their past examinations was the information documented by the Coordinator during his monthly visit.

Though the contributions during the past calendar year was not on a positive scale, we still believe it is our sole duty to encourage each and everyone of you to please continue your support towards this good cause. 

With regards, 

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Dear all, 

Thank you for being a part of our project!

The children who are directly under our Community Based home project are all happy with their parents and are now preparing themselves for their soon approaching half-yearly examinations.

Your support in this project will help our children to sustain their education at school which is still a big challenge as many of them drop out (stop) due to reasons such as family needs. The Project Coordinator takes care of the regular monitoring of our children’s activities at school.

Though the project was generously supported at its initial stage, the past year has not guaranteed much help towards the success of this project. However we are still reliant on your generosity.

Your continued support is appreciated by us! 

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Thanks to you, the children under our Community Based home project are all happy with their parents.

Since our last report, they are now excited to take their quarterly exams in September. Regular monitoring of the children’s activities at school is taken up by the project coordinator.

We know many of you have already generously donated towards this cause. But we would like to note that for the past few months, we have not been guaranteed much help towards this project. However we are still reliant on your generosity to provide them with their much needed support.

As always your support makes us stronger. 

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All the children are fine and happy. Their hard work for the final examination has helped them move on to their next grades. With summer coming to an end, and reopening of Schools in June 2016, has put children to an all new environment-new teachers, new friends, books, syllabus and the list goes on.

We thank God for the recent monsoons that have helped to cool the hot climate we had during the past two months.

From our end, regular monitoring is held to study the normal activities of the children. We also provide them our motivation to continue their schooling and also orient them on the importance of education.

With your help, the best is yet to come!

 

Regards,

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Dear Donors,

Just want to say thank you for all the support you have given to this project. Funding for this project has not been met yet but with your continual support, hope and education to children will never cease from our end.

All the children outlined under the project frame are fine and happy. They are now in the tune of preparing for their soon approaching annual exams. From our end, regular monitoring is held every fortnight to study the normal activities of the children. We also provide them our motivation to continue their schooling and also orient them on the importance of education.

Again we want to say thanks for all the love and support you have showered us with. 

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Society for Poor People Development (SPPD)

Location: Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu - India
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Twitter: @sppdonline
Project Leader:
Raju Joseph
Musiri, Tamil Nadu India

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