Many Indian Children are denied access to basic needs due to extreme poverty. Our Community Based Child Care Centers are havens where impoverished children, aged 3-18,experience God’s love and receive food, clothing, medical aid, education and English classes so they are equipped to thrive. We empower their families through support and education.
Our Children’s Program is a safe loving place for impoverished children who live at home to come to our center to receive food, clothing, transportation to school, tutoring, English instruction, and medical aid. The Center also helps the community-at-large by promoting health & hygiene classes, literacy training and social entrepreneurism classes to the parents.
India Transformed International School Sponsorship
The school year begins in June and we have a waitlist of students at our International School who need sponsorship so they can attend our International School and receive food, clothing and medical care. Your sponsorship and love will open many opportunities they may never have. You can bring them hope for a better future! Contact our office to select a child.
Alto Benadict - 179/CBCC/ABR/NLCP
Age 8 - Alto belongs to a family of deep-rooted faith. He likes to eat his favorite dish, which is tamarind rice. Our boy is also good at reading and playing cricket. Alto’s parents have a petty shop and both of them also do labor work. The child has three older siblings and the grandparents live with them too, making it a total of eight mouths to be fed and four children to be educated. It is extremely challenging for the parents to run this big joint family, let alone educate their children in a reputed school. Alto’s childhood, his potential and his future will all be crippled by the family’s financial conditions unless a sponsor is willing to support the child and help him make the best of his childhood.
Anishka - 123/CBCC/AGRA/NLCP
Age 8 - The chirpy little Anishka is full of joy and mingles easily with everyone. Just like her name ‘Anishka’ which means one who has only friends and no enemies, the child is loved by everyone especially in her school because she is a pretty child and also studies well. The little girl loves to dance, sing, play ludo and play with dolls. Her favorite color is pink, her favorite subject is English and her favorite vegetable is ladies finger (okra). Anishka lives in a small house in a slum along with her father who is a laborer, her mother and her brother. Their house is at a corner of the street where even the sunlight doesn’t reach properly and they are struggling to live with very less facilities. Anishka and her family of four live in a one-room house where all the walls of are full of cracks; on one side of the room is the kitchen and the other has a bed to sleep. The father works hard every day and the parents have given up many of their own dreams and wishes just to provide daily meals for their children. Such a child whose only set back is her poverty would benefit richly from your blessings and support that will reach her through the childcare center. Your contribution is the only assurance for Anishka’s education, nutritional development, health care and spiritual growth.
Daniyal - 132/CBCC/AGRA/NLCP
Age 10 - Daniyal (the Hindi variant of ‘Daniel’) fondly called a Dany in the community. Daniyal is very active in playing and doing any work that is given to him. The boy likes running and playing cricket, which is his favorite game. Daniyal’s favorite color is blue, his favorite subject is Hindi and his favorite vegetable is potato. Daniyal's father does labor work but he drinks too much alcohol and spends all his earnings on his drinking. The mother is living a life full of pain due to her husband’s alcohol addiction. The father is not very responsible and doesn’t care about the family. Daniyal has two brothers. After school, Daniyal likes to spend time with the goats at home and then he goes to play with his friends. The family lives in such poverty that the mother doesn’t even have a stove to cook on but has to depend on collecting firewood to do her daily cooking. Her only hope for the future is her children’s education. She wants Daniyal to study well and build his future, and prays that he doesn’t become like his father. This will be the best gift for his life because the family is going through many problems and there is no peace in the family. Father does not take care and if Daniyal gets good education and be in the environment at CBCC Centre, his life will be totally transformed. Having a sponsor’s support will probably be the only positive and reassuring aspect of Daniyal’s life as he will avail the benefits of the childcare center such as a nourishing meal, assistance in studies, health care, sanitary facilities, and spiritually uplifting teachings that will ultimately contribute to his all-round development and a better future.
Gopika G - 175/CBCC/ABR/NLCP
Age 9 - Gopika is our little gardener who has planted many roses and grains in her own little garden. In addition, the color of the jasmine flower makes the child happy. Gopika is good at writing, dancing and is a fast runner. Both her parents work in a factory as laborers. While the parents are away the grandmother who stays with them, takes care of the child and her younger brother. Gopika likes to eat simple dal rice and her favorite fruit is the apple. All she needs is the helping hand of a generous sponsor and Gopika will experience the blessing of living a healthy and decent childhood which will eventually lead to a better future.
Ichcha - 126/CBCC/AGRA/NLCP
Age 9 - Ichcha is a very quiet and sensitive child but is good at dancing, singing and playing. She was given this uncommon and special name by her mother and her name means ‘wish’ or ‘desire’. Ichcha’s favorite game is skipping, her favorite color is yellow and her favorite subject is Hindi. The child comes from a big family of six members- the father, mother and four children. Ichcha’s father is a cobbler and he toils for 12 hours a day and only then is he able to make a little money which is still insufficient to sustain the family. The whole family depends on the father’s earnings which are very low and to make matters worse the father’s health condition has not been good either. The child has witnessed the father’s struggles and desires to help him in everything but also realizes that she is still too small. Ichhca had visited the childcare center for a school program where she enjoyed so much that the event left great memories in her heart about the childcare center and she hopes to join the center someday. Your contribution will have a lasting impact on Ichcha's life. This little child could really use the aid of your sponsorship to enable her to receive proper nourishment and study better with extra tuitions.
Jagadeesh R - 186/CBCC/ABR/NLCP
Age 7 - Jagadeesh is a bundle of talents that include speaking, writing and running. He is very fond of the cows and the cattle in his neighborhood. The child likes to eat dal rice, grapes and apples. Jagadeesh’s father works as a laborer in a shoe factory and the mother takes care of the house. The boy and his parents do not have their own house and are living in the grandmother’s house. The parents dream of building their own small house and having a better life but their hand-to-mouth living makes it impossible for them to improve their standard of living or save any money for their future. Jagadeesh needs a sponsor’s support that can fetch him equal opportunities like other children in society so that he can channelize his talents and develop himself into a healthy and well-rounded individual.
Jayapranish P - 184/CBCC/ABR/NLCP
Age 8 - Jayapranish has an uncommon name and has an equally uncommon interest, which is fishing. He possesses good speed while running. Our little Jay also loves to spend time with their cow. The boy enjoys singing. The laborer father and the homemaker mother cannot afford a separate house, therefore they have been living with the grandmother. Jayapranish is growing up in a poor environment where he doesn’t stand a chance to imbibe learning abilities, which in turn will hinder his overall development, forcing him to remain in the same low standard of living. There is no one who will come forward to restore Jayapranish’s childhood except you, dear sponsor. With your help, the child is more likely to develop himself and progress in his life.
Kavita - 130/CBCC/AGRA/NLCP
Age 8 - Kavita is a joyful child and always likes to play with dolls. Her hobbies are singing and drawing. When she gets home after school she spends time playing, drawing and making craft items. Kavita’s favorite game is hide and seek, her favorite color is orange, and her favorite subject is Hindi. Kavita was named by her mother and her name means ‘a poem’. Kavita’s father is a laborer making as less as two dollars a day, which is not a steady income due to the competition in the market. The mother is a homemaker and Kavita has two brothers. The family is living in very difficult conditions as they have only one room and they live in a joint family where each one has their own challenges, leading to many problems in the family. Kavita sees the challenges her parents are facing and wants to work hard to make them happy in future. Kavita wants to be a doctor and serve the society by bringing awareness about good health. Little Kavita needs sufficient nutrition, care and educational assistance in her formative years to enable her to make something of herself in the future. The child wants to be a part of the childcare center because she feels it is a very good place. This will open new doors in her life to build a very good future for Kavita and her family.
Nitin - 128/CBCC/AGRA/NLCP
Age 12 - Nitin is a very quiet boy, spending most of his time at home after school, drawing, playing and helping his parents in the household work. Nitin’s favorite game is kho kho, his favorite color is green, his favorite subject is English and his favorite vegetable is the potato. Nitin’s name, which was given by his father, is taken from Sanskrit and it means ‘one having the knowledge of morality or master of the knowledge of the righteous path’. The child comes from a big family of six members. The father is a cobbler, earning about two dollars a day; the mother is a homemaker. Nitin has two brothers and a sister. The family is big but the earnings are less because of which there are many problems in the family; one such challenge is living with very less facilities in order to save up for the children’s school fee. The neighborhood is not a very friendly one either to come to their aid in times of trouble. Such a family of so many dependents and a struggling father would be richly blessed to receive the helping hand of sponsorship. By supporting Nitin, you will be reducing the father’s burdens with the assurance of at least one nourishing meal for the child in the childcare center, proper assistance in his studies, guidance and the overall development of the child.
Ragani - 120/CBCC/AGRA/NLCP
Age 8 - Ragani (pronounced as Raagini) was given this beautiful Indian name by her mother and her name means a melody in the Indian classical music. Ragani stays with her parents and two siblings, in a small rented single room house in a slum area. The single room serves the family purpose for a dining room, living room, bedroom, and a study room for the children. The family once had a small home of their own but lost the house because of a loan taken by them due to which they are presently living in a rented house. A laborer’s family has nothing much to comfort them, not even that of three square meals every day. Ragani’s father works as a daily wage construction laborer with very less earning. Ragani is a quiet child and takes time to socialize. She is very interested in dancing, and playing with her friends after school hours. In the free time, Ragani likes to play with her friends and help her mother in cooking. Ragani is dropped in her school by her father or mother. Her ambition is to become a teacher as she can help others mold a future. Ragani’s parents want to give the best to their children and want them to be self-reliant and secure a wonderful future for them. Ragani is very good in academics and very silent; she obeys her parents and helps her mother in all household works and cooking as well. Ragani is eager to be a part of the sponsorship which will benefit her in her studies and transform her lifestyle to be a responsible child.
Rakesh K - 180/CBCC/ABR/NLCP
Age 10 - Rakesh is a jolly little dancer who loves to play songs on the TV and dance to them. Our boy likes to eat vegetable rice and is also very fond of playing with cats. Outside Rakesh’s house, there is a coconut tree that he loves to take care of and he hopes to grow many more coconut trees. This tree is the only precious resource the family has as it feeds them with its white flesh, fruit, milk, water and oil along with providing them shells and husks that they can use for their household. The laborer father and the homemaker mother have three more mouths to feed and they are Rakesh’s older brother, older sister and the paternal grandmother. The aging grandmother who has been a small-time flower vendor for many years shares the burden of the family by making and selling garlands of jasmine and firecracker flower. Your loving contribution as a sponsor parent can grant Rakesh the blessing of becoming the first educated and qualified person in the family with a life of dignity.
Rithik S - 181/CBCC/ABR/NLCP
Age 8 - Rithik is a bold, talented and outgoing child who involves himself in many activities around him. Rithik is also known to sing well in his class. Dal rice is the child’s favorite dish. Rithik’s family comprises the father who is an agricultural laborer, the mother who is a homemaker, two younger siblings, the paternal grandfather and their pet cow. Cows are very dear to Rithik and he is not afraid to handle his pet cow while accompanying the grandfather to graze the cow in the fields. He sings very well and participates in many programs. He is inspired by his class teacher so much that he wants to be a teacher himself. Your support, dear sponsor, can be the wings to Rithik’s talents, skills, the big dreams of his little heart.
Riyansh - 124/CBCC/AGRA/NLCP
Age 6 - “Riyansh” means the first rays of Sun in the morning. Riyansh’s mother gave this name so that he will shine like the sun to the society. Riyansh is fondly called a Golu by his friends. Riyansh is very energetic, joyful and kind hearted child for his age. Riyansh stays with his parents and his brother in a one room own house. The small room is their world to carry out their daily routine. Riyansh’s father is a cobbler by profession, the earning is so meagre that it is very difficult for them to run the family. Riyansh’s parents want to give the best to the children in terms of education and clothing. The total income comes to 4 dollars per day on an average. Riyansh likes to play all outdoor games with his neighbor kids after returning back from school. Riyansh’s hobby is to dance. Riyansh misses completing the assignments given at school most of the time but he will participate in all cultural activities at the school. Riyansh walks to school every day with his friends. Riyansh wants to serve in Army and make his parents and the nation proud. Riyansh’s parents are eager to give their children a best future but are worried for their financial condition. Riyansh is very weak in studies because of no proper support, but he is working hard on the subjects. You give them the resources needed to survive and empower them with access to basic necessities, thus helping him to raise the standard of living for his families and communities. Your support empowers Riyansh to change the course of his future.