Education  India Project #24792

Build a Group home for 200 Indians with Autism

by Action for Autism
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Build a Group home for 200 Indians with Autism
Build a Group home for 200 Indians with Autism
Build a Group home for 200 Indians with Autism
Build a Group home for 200 Indians with Autism
Build a Group home for 200 Indians with Autism
Build a Group home for 200 Indians with Autism
Build a Group home for 200 Indians with Autism
Build a Group home for 200 Indians with Autism
Build a Group home for 200 Indians with Autism
Build a Group home for 200 Indians with Autism
Build a Group home for 200 Indians with Autism
Build a Group home for 200 Indians with Autism
Build a Group home for 200 Indians with Autism
Build a Group home for 200 Indians with Autism
Build a Group home for 200 Indians with Autism
Build a Group home for 200 Indians with Autism
Build a Group home for 200 Indians with Autism
Build a Group home for 200 Indians with Autism
Build a Group home for 200 Indians with Autism
Build a Group home for 200 Indians with Autism
Build a Group home for 200 Indians with Autism
Build a Group home for 200 Indians with Autism
Build a Group home for 200 Indians with Autism
Build a Group home for 200 Indians with Autism
Build a Group home for 200 Indians with Autism
Build a Group home for 200 Indians with Autism
Build a Group home for 200 Indians with Autism
Jun 22, 2020

Holi Celebration at Ananda

We began this journey  at Ananda in 2016 and our motto has always been to give them a happy and productive life. Adults are now well settled and enjoy their stay at Ananda 

 Residents celebrated Holi (festival of colours) at Ananda premises. Our young adults loved and enjoyed playing with the dry colours and they really enjoyed being painted with bright colours. After playing with colours they had  fun time and sang together bollywood numbers .They all enjoyed their snacks after playing with the  colours. Special food on a special day is something that all our residents really look forward. 

 Other activities which are part of their routine are taking care of the kitchen garden and flower plants. Young men enjoy watering in fruits, vegetables and flower plants. They plough the soil with a trowel, clear weeds, pluck fruits and vegetables, mow the lawn, etc.

 We have been able to run this project because you have walked with us and supported us generously. We are having plans to increase programs which are essential for the development of persons with autism and we will be able to do so with your support only.

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Action for Autism

Location: New Delhi - India
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Project Leader:
Kathakali DasPandey
New Delhi, Delhi India
$21,988 raised of $25,000 goal
 
215 donations
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