Please join us to support the Adruta Children's Home (ACH) in Odisha, India.
This organization successfully transforms the lives of children who were abandoned as infants to give them the opportunity to not only survive but thrive. The Adruta founders nurture the native inner talents of each child by giving the children professional training in art, music, dance and handicrafts. Many of the girls also have excellent academic records and are attending top-rated schools and university in India.
Prof. Aditya Kumar Mohanty, started the institution with his own savings, 18 years ago. Dr. Mohanty was joined by Ms. Gayatri Tripathy, Dr. Sagarika Mishra and others to accomplish a remarkable expansion to 11 well-managed centers across the state with some 440 children. Adruta has been solely supported by philanthropy and needs help to support operations until revenues from the ADT can be realized consistently . The calls to help abandoned infants keep coming and there is no way to turn these babies away. It is simply not an option. This innovative and successful organization that helps the most helpless among us gives them the opportunity to grow into beautiful, charming, talented adults who want to give back. Their example teaches us all that great achievements are possible when we do what is right for children even under impossible circumstances.
Please help Adruta today. We are so grateful for your contribution to this organization. If we can inspire one new supporter for each of the 440 children at Adruta today, we can reach our end of year goal.
We are grateful to the Nargis Dutt Foundation for supporting Project Adruta. NDCF is tax-exempt US 501(c)(3) charitable organization. All proceeds collected by NDCF for Project Adruta will be distributed to the Adruta Children's Home, a unit of RAWA academy.
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41 lives have changed as a result of donors' support.