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Help Ananda Didi Build a School for Orphans
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    Avtk. Ananda
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    This fundraiser will benefit

    Ananda Acharya

    from Cuttack, Odisha


This campaign is to support the dream of Avtk. Ananda Acharya, fondly referred to as 'Didi' who has spent her entire life being a sanyasin at Anand Marga. Her dream was to help the less fortunate the two unfortunate ends of the spectrum- orphaned young children and abandoned elders.

Her dream got the necessary boost in the arm when another devotee of Anand Marga decided to donate her land to this cause.

Didi's long term aim is to provide make a safe haven that provides the following facilities to the less fortunate:
1. Free education (English Medium) to orphaned and poor kids at no more than INR 100 per month
2. Old age home for the abandoned elderly
3. Free medical treatment to the poor, including free
medical camps and consultation from specialists on various diseases that plague the rural and urban India.
4. Orphanage

Didi believes that the facilities that she intends to provide the less fortunate can only be achieved with the help of proper infrastructure. She wants to invest 100% of her time and energy into running this place.

She has devoted her entire life turning away from material things and is on the patch to rediscover herself via the ones who are often lost in this cruel world.

She is currently working as a Diocese Secretary (Ladies) at Women & Children's welfare Centre in Santha Madhava( Padmeshwarpur) near Jajpur town in Odisha. SHe is responsible for empowering women in her region and is willing to involve these women in working of this new project.

Her orphanage will provide motherly care and affection to orphans so that they grow up to be compassionate, environment friends children. The school will educate them so that these children could stand on their feet when old.

The old age home will be a safe haven for elders who are often discarded as plastic waste by the youth of today.

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