How did we start?
As an offshoot of the school, it logically led to the starting of an orphanage for girls as we came across children who were having single parents, who were not able to take care of their children, and also who lost both their parents in accidents or due to tragic diseases. Preference has been extended to girl children who were victims of circumstances beyond their control and were directly in need of a home with love.
What do we do?
The children stay in collaboration with the old age home inmates, thus providing them with the homely atmosphere needed. They stay with each other, sharing love, affection and giving each other moral support. All the festivals have been celebrated in the organization with much enthusiasm and participation from all the inmates. On the occasion of Vinayaka chaturthi, all the students make the idol of lord Ganesha every year with the help of clay and install the same in the premises and celebrate it by offering puja. Diwali is also celebrated by burning crackers and eating sweets. The orphanage boasts a homely atmosphere to all the children. Christmas is celebrated by decorating the Christmas tree and distribution of gifts among the inmates by Santa Claus.
Medical camps are conducted on regular intervals in the year to make sure the inmates have access to good health facilities. The children come to us from various backgrounds. We have officials from revenue departments, police departments and people from organizations like Bharosa who bring the kids rescued from various difficult, abusive backgrounds. After school support through higher education, skills training is a part of a continuous process.