Unsponsored Children's Fund
Your gift to this fund will assist the many children on our waitlist as well as students who are currently without a sponsor. Your ongoing contributions will allow them to receive food, clothing, education, unconditional love and medical care. Your gifts open doors for the many opportunities they may never have. You can bring them hope for a better future!
Jessica - 404/NRCC/BLR/NLCP (Private School Sponsorship $55/month)
Sept 2012 - Age 10 - Jessica is a happy little girl who shows curiosity in knowing and learning things around her. She loves writing - be it copying something from a book or creative compositions given in school and this is something that her mother noticed very young. Jessica aspires to be a teacher and is in awe of her teachers. She is often seen keenly observing and enacting her teachers. She lost her father at a very tender age to complications from an accident. Since then, her single mother is her only support. Struggling to make ends meet and dabbling between various jobs. Jessica is prompt in submitting all her assignments and projects on time. She would be highly encouraged and motivated with the love and care of a sponsor to encourage her in these difficult times. Your gift of sponsorship will greatly bless and motivate the child to do well in school. Timely support would be a great encouragement for the family during this challenging phase and would help them through the acute financial condition.
Pranav - 401/NRCC/BLR/NLCP (Private School Sponsorship $55/month)
Sept 2013 - Age 9 - Pranav is a lovely little boy who excels in his studies. He likes to draw and is eager to learn new skills. He likes to play cricket with his older brother, Gourav. Everything was fine with the family until a few years ago, and the children were raised with all of their parents' love and affection. However, fate had turned their world upside down when Pranav's father lost his job and was out of work for over a year. He borrowed money to start a hotel business, which resulted in massive losses. Loan repayment and interest became a huge liability. Rising lender pressures, as well as frequent fights and quarrels between husband and wife, led to their divorce. Pranav and his sibling are now cared for by their father, as their mother has chosen to go on her own. The child's father was able to secure a small job in a restaurant for a pittance, and even there, the majority of his earnings go toward debt and interest payments. Pranav needs a sponsor parent so that India Transformed! could provide better opportunities for him to advance in life.
Santhosh - 402/NRCC/BLR/NLCP (Private School Sponsorship $55/month)
May 2012 - Age 11 - Santhosh enjoys drawing and coloring, and one of his school subjects includes learning and building small robotic equipment. Santhosh enjoys throwing ball with his friends and excels at math sums. His father works as a waterproof mechanic. Due to COVID-19, he has been out of work for over two years. He is currently catching up on orders for chemical ceilings to fix the building cracks. Prior to the COVID-19 lockdowns, Santhosh's mother ran a small surgical store, which resulted in massive losses and made repaying loans to lenders and banks a massive liability. His father, who is now the sole breadwinner, faces significant challenges in repaying debts and funding Santhosh and his older sister's college education. The child's parents are are in a helpless place, that they will be trapped in this situation for many years. Santhosh, who aspires to join the Indian Navy when he grows up, requires assistance with his education right now. Sponsorship would be a huge blessing for Santhosh and would significantly reduce his parents' financial burdens.
William - 403/NRCC/BLR/NLCP (Private School Sponsorship $55/month)
Nov 2014 - Age 8 - William is in primary school. He enjoys watching cartoons on television and playing football with his friends. Milbha, his older sister, takes good care of him. His father, a jockey, fell from the horse and suffered a brain injury, which resulted in a blood clot in the brain, impairing his left eye's vision. His arm and leg were also injured, leaving him completely disabled and unable to support his family. The burden of earning a living was transferred to the child's mother, who could only earn a small sum as a maid servant because she is an illiterate. The family is having difficulties in managing the household and covering the costs of their children's education, as well as providing for their nutritional, clothing, and healthcare needs. William will be overjoyed and encouraged if the sponsorship assistance could be provided for him which would offer him the much needed education, support and care.
Adhira - 215/CBCC/PKL/NLCP (Village Sponsorship $45/month)
March 2017 - Age 5 - Adhira is in primary school and enjoys learning to read and write in Tamil, her mother tongue. In addition to learning the alphabet and rhymes, she will also learn a little English. Her long-term goal is to be a teacher. Adhira enjoys singing songs and listening to music. Her family is relatively poor, and her parents cannot afford to spend money on her education on a continual basis, thus she would require some outside support to complete her education. Her parents' daily survival depended on obtaining work and receiving pay. Adhira's father is a masonry worker, while her mother works under the government's 100-day labor program on occasion. Adhira can look forward to a brighter future thanks to this sponsorship program, which will be a life-changing experience for her.
Dharshan - 221/CBCC/PKL/NLCP (Village Sponsorship $45/month)
Oct 2018 - Age 4 - Dharshan, a bright youngster who enjoys learning, began attending preschool. He is his parents' sole child at the moment. While she is at home, the mother takes care of the household. The child's father is a farm laborer who may not always be able to find work in this little village. As a result, the father's $50-$60 monthly salary barely provides for the family's most basic requirements. The child's mother works as a daily wager to compensate for her husband's likely financial losses when he is out of work. Poverty is evident when one looks at their little, mud-plastered home, which has a roof made of palm leaves and hay. Dharshan is enthusiastically learning all of the preschool curriculum, including rhymes, alphabets, and numbers. In order to provide Dharshan with every opportunity for quality education and nutritional support, India Transformed! is considering adding him to the sponsorship program. Your thoughtful sponsorship will be a blessing for Dharshan.
Gokul - 210/CBCC/PKL/NLCP (Village Sponsorship $45/month)
April 2015 - Age 7 - Gokul lives in a village that is surrounded by agricultural fields with the seashore a few miles away, and a river branch that runs through the hamlet, which keeps the community vibrant and is a blessing, but it can also be a curse when nature unleashes its fury with powerful rains, floods, and storms that can topple the huts down. Gokul's family, like everyone else in his community, lives in terrible poverty in a small mud-walled home that is subjected to nature's wrath once or twice a year. The child's parents are day laborers whose earnings are irregular working as daily wagers in agricultural fields. Agriculture can only provide jobs for four months of the year, and the other months are miserable. The child's parents want to provide Gokul and his younger brother a decent education, but they are concerned about providing every school need as they get older as it might get out of their reach. Gokul's name has been listed for sponsorship assistance, and he hopes a sponsor parent will come forward to sign up for him and make a difference in his life. Gokul's long-term goal is to become a district collector and help his community.
Harsha Varthini - 219/CBCC/PKL/NLCP (Village Sponsorship $45/month)
Aug 2017 - Age 5 - Adorable Harsha resides in a small, improvised hut in a far-off village with her parents and a young brother. The child's father works as a farm worker, and his daily earnings are generally poor and unpredictable due to his inconsistent and various odd jobs each month. Poverty-stricken children have fewer options to obtain better food, clothes, and medical treatment. The child's mother is a stay-at-home parent who regularly struggles to satisfy the family's daily demands. Parents, no matter how poor they are, want to send their children to school and pay for their education, even if it means putting some of their own needs behind. Harsha Vardhini looks forward to going to school. She likes singing and listening to music. When asked what she wanted to do in the future, she would say "teacher". India Transformed! believes that Harsha might benefit from the sponsorship program. Harsha however, requires a sponsor parent who would show her love and care in order to transform her life and destiny.
Haritha Sri - 212/CBCC/PKL/NLCP (Village Sponsorship $45/month)
April 2016 - Age 6 - Haritha is a sweet little girl who lives with her parents and an elder brother in a family of four. Living in a rural hamlet between the sea coast and a river tributary is difficult for Haritha's family since they live in a small mud-plastered hut with a palm leaf and dried grass roof. Year after year, severe storms, heavy winds and rains, and river overflow damage their tiny hut, making their life as miserable as everyone else's in the community. The father of the child works as a seasonal farm laborer, while the mother is a housewife. His daily income is poor and unpredictable, and what little they can buy barely covers their most basic needs. Haritha and her older brother grew up with the simplest food and clothing their parents could afford. The sponsorship scheme would give Haritha the best chance for improved meals, educational resources, health care, and tuition support at the childcare center.
Kaleeswari - 207/CBCC/PKL/NLCP (Village Sponsorship $45/month)
June 2011 - Age 11 - Kaleeshwari, her younger sister, and their grandmother live in a small hut on government land, and a water stream runs directly behind their house. Every year during the monsoon, their hut gets flooded and faces the danger of being washed away as the area is prone to cyclones, heavy rains, and occasional dam breaks. The birth of a girl child has been a curse on Indian villages due to social costs ranging from naming rituals to puberty events and marriages, with the dowry system still prevalent. The father literally fought with his wife about having another female child when Kaleeshwari’s younger sister was born. Suddenly and very unexpectedly the mother died, her death is still a mystery. The father abandoned both girls, the younger one just a few weeks old. It is the widowed maternal grandmother who has been caring for these lovely little girls, she works as a farm laborer and lives a miserable life and hardly has any resources to care for the children. Kaleeshwari is blissfully ignorant and is yet to comprehend the implications of being a complete orphan. She is always smiling and is focused on her studies with the goal of becoming a teacher in the future. A sponsor parent in her life will be a huge help in terms of allowing her to continue her studies and providing for her needs.
Kanishkamary - 213/CBCC/PKL/NLCP (Village Sponsorship $45/month)
Dec 2015 - Age 7 - Kanishkamary is in primary school and enjoys going to school every day and doing well in class. Aside from her schooling, she enjoys singing and listening to music. She has a lot of fun playing with her friends. Kanishka's mother is proud of her for her responsibility and obedience to home duties. This family of four, consisting of parents and a sibling, lives in a little poverty hut in a community nestled between the sea coast and a river tributary. Storms, strong rains, and flooding are common in the area, affecting daily life. The child's father is a farm laborer who is paid very little and only has a job for six months out of the year. He has to walk about the market for the rest of the year looking for odd jobs. The child’s mother is a housewife who is struggling to make ends meet. Given the familial circumstances, IT!’s sponsorship program would be a great blessing for Kanishka and we are very sure that Kanishka would seize the opportunity and do her best in school because she is intelligent and enthusiastic about learning.
Kokilan - 217/CBCC/PKL/NLCP (Village Sponsorship $45/month)
Feb 2017 - Age 5 - Kokilan, who is five years old, has only recently begun school. He has an older brother, and his family of four lives in a mud-plastered cottage with a palm leaf roof. The father of the child is a farm laborer who does not always have a job. He would blow whatever little money he had on himself by drinking alcohol. While working under the government's 100-day labor program, the mother looks after the children. Her earnings, however, are insufficient to fulfil all of the household's needs. Kokilan and his brother Gokul barely have enough food and clothing to get by. Children have suffered as a result of their family's acute poverty. Kokilan has been chosen for sponsorship, which will help him with his schooling and welfare. His life and destiny will change when a sponsor parent steps in to care for and nurture him. When Kokilan establishes a relationship with the sponsor parent, he will be overjoyed, and this will inspire him to work hard in order to improve in life, receive a good education, and one day realize his dream of becoming a teacher.
Manisha - 224/CBCC/PKL/NLCP (Village Sponsorship $45/month)
Dec 2018 - Age 4 - Manisha, her older brother, and her parents reside in a hut close to the seashore and a small river that cuts through the community. Although this hamlet is a lovely and tranquil place to live, it is also vulnerable to storms, strong winds, rain, and floods during the monsoon and rainy seasons, making life miserable for villagers. Manisha and her family live in one of those improvised huts. The child's mother is a homemaker, while the father is a farmer. They struggle to raise the children together since their combined income is insufficient to meet even the most basic needs for Manisha and her elder brother Manikandan, who require sustenance for their growth and wellness. Manisha has recently begun preschool, where she is learning the alphabet, rhymes, and numbers. Manisha requires a sponsor parent to help her stay in school and develop properly during her growing years.
Mano - 206/CBCC/PKL/NLCP (Village Sponsorship $45/month)
Oct 2014 - Age 8 - Mano, a young primary school student, lives with his father, mother, and older brother. The child's parents have always been typical farm laborers who lived hand to mouth and earned only enough money to survive. Mano's father’s earnings have always been meager and unreliable in the absence of regular employment. During the off-season, he would work at rice mills, doing the backbreaking work of loading and unloading large rice sacks. The mother of the child is a stay-at-home mom who does her best to maintain and manage the little money her husband brings home. Both parents want their children to have a good education and not have to struggle in life as they do. Mano is a cheerful child who enjoys going to school every day. His family lives in a thatched hut with mud floors and woefully insufficient lighting. They are living in abject poverty with little prospect of improvement. India Transformed! believes that the sponsorship program would be life-changing for Mano, allowing him to stay in school while also caring for his nutrition, which is critical during his growing years.
Regina - 222/CBCC/PKL/NLCP (Village Sponsorship $45/month)
Oct 2018 - Age 4 - Regina is presently the lone child of her parents. She lives in a makeshift hut house with her parents in a hamlet with very few facilities. The child's father works as a farm laborer for meager and erratic daily wages. The child's family, like everyone else in the neighborhood, is accustomed to leading a basic lifestyle that does not assure that everyone in the family, especially the children, has access to enough food, appropriate clothes, health care, and school supplies. Regina's scenario is no exception, and without an external support system to push and encourage, a girl child acquiring a full-fledged education is always out of reach in her community. Regina likes going to preschool every day and has a strong desire to learn. This child's life will be changed because of your kind sponsorship, and who knows, maybe she will eventually end up being a huge blessing to the entire family one day.
Rithvika - 223/CBCC/PKL/NLCP (Village Sponsorship $45/month)
April 2018 - Age 4 - Rithvika's naive yet charming smile can captivate anybody. The family lives in a makeshift structure made of mud walls, with a roof made of dry palm leaves. The father of the child is a farm laborer who has to hunt for a new job after working on a farm for a period of time. The daily wages are at a subsistence level, and he occasionally needs to stay at home during the off-season. The child's mother looks after the children and frequently struggles to meet the children's basic requirements of food and proper clothing. Rithvika has a younger sister with whom she enjoys playing and caring for. Rithvika enjoys dancing and hopes to become a doctor in the future, she says with a smile. India Transformed!'s child sponsorship program is the only hope to retain her smile as she grows up to face the harsh reality of life.
Rogith - 214/CBCC/PKL/NLCP (Village Sponsorship $45/month)
July 2018 - Age 4 - Rogith's father is a country farmer with no formal education. His wife and their two sons, Rogith and Kishore, reside in a humble hut with mud walls and a palm-leaf roof. Rogith's father's earnings as a worker are dependent on the availability of work every day, and agricultural work is only available for four to six months of the year. The mother of the child manages to run the household by working in the government's 100-day work scheme, which helps them a little during the off-season. Poverty has denied children access to better food, clothing, and health care, all of which are essential for their development and well-being. Rogith is only a child, but he is adored by his parents and older brother Kishore, who is in elementary school. Rogith enjoys socializing and playing with his peers, and he enjoys dancing when music is played. When asked what he wanted to be when he grew up, he said "Policeman," which he finds fascinating at the age.
Ruthra Eshwaran - 208/CBCC/PKL/NLCP (Village Sponsorship $45/month)
Dec 2016 - Age 6 - Ruthra's parents are poor village dwellers who work as agricultural field laborers with whatever little opportunities they can find. Ruthra's father's employment is seasonal and uncertain. The family lives in a hut made of primitive stones and mud, with cement flooring and a roof made of palm leaves. The mother is a stay-at-home mother who struggles to meet her children's needs. Ruthra enjoys spending time with his three-year-old younger sister. And he enjoys going to school, but there is a constant fear that the poverty and adversity faced by the family would hamper his education. Ruthra enjoys performing intricate dance moves to music. In his spare time, he enjoys socializing with his friends and playing cricket. Both of his parents are illiterate, and they want to educate their children so that the children do not have to live a life of daily struggles in absolute poverty. Ruthra's only chance of finishing his education would be with the assistance of child sponsorship. This would almost certainly improve his quality of life by giving him more opportunities to advance in life.
Sabarish - 211/CBCC/PKL/NLCP (Village Sponsorship $45/month)
Dec 2012 - Age 10 - The poor financial situation of the family could have left Sabarish to give up schooling like one among many drops outs in the village living conditions, but Sabarish was determined to continue his schooling. Sabarish, his older sister and brother, and along with their parents live in a small impoverished hut that’s built out of rudimentary stones, mud, and palm leaves over the rooftop. The child’s father is a laborer for daily wages and does casual labor jobs in the market during off-seasons. The mother works for three months a year under the 100 days’ work scheme of the government and on average, the parents could earn $ 50.00 to $ 60.00 a month and that is a bare minimum to meet the very basic needs like food, clothing, and health care. Sabarish will be excited to be a part sponsorship program and a sponsor parent to come in support him will give him the inner strength to soar high when it comes to making good progress in school.
Sanjana - 218/CBCC/PKL/NLCP (Village Sponsorship $45/month)
April 2017 - Age 5 - Sanjana's parents are uneducated farmers who live in a remote hamlet with few options to earn a reliable and decent living. The parents' battle to provide for their three children on laborers' low pay has been enormous. The child's father works as a farm laborer for pitiful earnings, which does not happen very often. The child's mother is a stay-at-home mom who manages the household on whatever leftovers her husband affords her after his personal expenses. The financial strain of paying for their education is increased by the fact that all three of the daughters are enrolled in school. However, unlike the families living in poverty in the villages, the parents do not want to stop their daughters from attending school. India Transformed! has registered the child's name in the sponsorship program to provide her with the finest chances, including access to educational materials, nourishing meals, health care, and further tuition. All of this could be achieved with the aid of a sponsor parent, who has the power to change the child's present and future for good.
Shivanya - 209/CBCC/PKL/NLCP (Village Sponsorship $45/month)
June 2016 - Age 6 - Shivanya is a sweet little girl who is the youngest of three siblings, with two older brothers. Both her parents work as farm laborers for pitiful wages. They live in a traditional hut, complete with mud floors, mud walls, and dry palm leaves cover the roof. Poverty is visible, and as a result, children's education is constantly in jeopardy, with the question of whether they will continue to attend a school or not, as has been the case with many rural children. Despite their difficult family circumstances, the parents are committed to their children's education. Shivanya is eager to learn and enjoys school because of the opportunities to socialize with her classmates. She enjoys dancing and performs well in school-sponsored cultural events. The presence of a sponsor parent in her life, as well as sponsorship assistance, will boost her morale in terms of her educational goals and well-being.
Sri Mithra - 216/CBCC/PKL/NLCP (Village Sponsorship $45/month)
Oct 2017 - Age 5 - Sri Mithra is a sweet little girl who adores playing with and caring for her little brother, Sri Mithran. Sri Mithra helps her mother in whatever small ways she can, such as cleaning the house and washing pots, as well as running errands such as going to the nearby petty shop, and so on. She enjoys participating in school dance activities. While speaking with the child's father, it was found that the child's father is a day laborer at nearby farms, and his pay is insufficient to meet the family's and children's basic necessities. The child’s mother is a housewife and struggles to give proper nourishment and other necessities to her children. Once the child becomes a part of the sponsorship program, Sri Mithra will have the uninterrupted opportunity for higher levels of education in the years to come. She deserves the love, support, and joy of childhood that India Transform could bring into her life.
Thalapathy Maran - 225/CBCC/PKL/NLCP (Village Sponsorship $45/month)
Feb 2018 - Age 4 - Thalapathy Maran is a preschooler who is learning the alphabet, songs, and numbers. He also enjoys dancing with his classmates. Thalapathy's father, a farmer, and mother, a housewife, delight in his childish antics. He hugs and looks after his younger brother Tharvin. Thalapathy, which means "a commander in chief who commands an army of soldiers" in Tamil, is a huge and promising name, and we hope Thalapathy would one day emerge as a leader. The family has always been poor and to make matters worse, the child's father recently abandoned the family and married another woman. The mother of the kid makes a living through the government's 100-day employment plan at marginal earnings. Thalapathy Maran's name has been enrolled for support, where he will have the best prospects for educational assistance and daily access to nutritional meals. The youngster may look forward to a brighter future thanks to the sponsorship program.