Sharon Children Home - started in 2007 under the aegis of Sharon Welfare Society, homes orphans and poor around Mangalalgiri. The inspirational story of Sharon Children Home began with one abandoned, severely ill two year old baby girl named Blessy. She was rescued by the locals and brought to Sharon Children Home where she was nurtured by our team and now she follows her dream to become a successful being in life. From a home started with just one baby girl Sharon Children Home now shelters sixty kids aging from four to sixteen years. In addition to providing these kids with the security of a loving home, this organization also empowers them with education and vocational training. The kids also excel in extra-curricular activities such as arts, sports, gardening and singing.
I,Anil Patrick Gudipudi being the coordinator of Sharon Children Home take care of the children needs and try my best to see the requirement of the kids are fulfilled.
When I look around, I realize not everyone is lucky enough to even have a roof over their head or for a fact they own a pair of clothes to save themselves from various weather conditions.I'm sure many of you feel the same way, so let's come together and help those in need.
The basic idea is to raise enough money to be able to fund 60 sweaters, 30 Blankets and a pair of clothes.
Our target beneficiaries are 60 needy orphans who are taken care by Sharon Welfare Society.
You can donate in multiple ways :
* Monetary - Even a small donation of Rs. 10 means a lot, but please donate max. Rs.1000/-. per donation.
* Volunteer - If you are interested in Volunteering, please contact me by clicking on the 'Contact Organizer' button below.
Let's start from small and bring a little change in the world.
Let's be a Santa for Homeless.
The funds are raised for Sharon Children Home where 60 kids are sheltered with love and care.The funds which are collected to buy them winter wear and a pair of New Clothes for them to wear on Christmas and New Year 2018.We hope to raise the required funds by the end of October and use them to buy winter wear and Also get stitched a pair of clothes for the kids for Christmas and New year as well.