Weʼre raising £1,350 to Provide clothes, sheets and towels for 130 children at the Nawabganj boys home in India.
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In July this summer I will be traveling with NGO Fiet Gratia to one of the poorest parts of India, Nawabganj.
Fiet gratia is a latin phrase which means "to give by grace" and they have worked with children at risk in India since 2011.
While in India I will spend most of my time at Anand Niwas Boys Home which was at the central focus of Andrew McCabe's ministry for over 60 years. The home has approximately 130 children, with 1,000 pupils in total attending the James Harvey Memorial School, all of whom come from the poorest rural areas.
Living standards in the village are very low, for example they have no electricity, running water or toilets. Many of the parents of the children who live at the home have sadly deceased due to severe malnutrition and poverty.
The standards at the school are much higher, but nevertheless there is a shortage of supplies, such as textbooks, computers and equipment for lab experiments. The children in the home are also needing new school uniforms, shoes, clean sheets and blankets.
Clothes, sheets and towels for all children will cost approximately £2700 but The Robertson Trust will double any money given for the Nawabganj School.
All money donated will go directly to meeting the needs of the children at the Nawabganj School.
I greatly appreciate your support. Thank you!
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Jul 27, 2018
God bless you Naomi and cause the work you are doing to prosper and bring forth fruit that will last Helen xxx
Jul 9, 2018
Jun 27, 2018
Such a good cause :) xx
Jun 23, 2018
Jun 23, 2018
This is a wonderful venture Naomi. I pray all the money will be raised to enable the children, who literally had nothing, to lead full and meaningful lives.
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