Home Cooking in India
One of the ways we work to help children in our program is by supporting the needs of the affiliated sites where they are receiving care. This is especially important at our sites, like the J. Cavlitt Clarke Home in India, where children not only attend school at the home but live during the week and require additional resources — including nutritious meals.
Today, we hear from our volunteer coordinator, Benarji, who wrote a letter to donors thanking them for a gift which allowed them to purchase much-needed kitchen and dining room equipment.
“Greetings to you! First of all, I thank you for your loving concern towards our Home. The funds were used to purchase two dining room tables and four wooden benches, as well as a water geyser with a 15-liter capacity, an inverter, a gas stove and a new gas connection. These were essential items for the home and the children to not only provide daily meals, but to safely cook and avoid smoke inhalation. The equipment also allows us to have hot water so the children can bathe comfortably in the rainy and winter seasons!
I am closing my letter with the heartful thanks from our children and ask for your continued thoughts during the pandemic.”
How do I sponsor a child in India?
You can sponsor a child in India in one of three ways: call our office at 1–800–538–5381 and speak with one of our staff members; email us at email@example.com; or go online to our sponsorship portal, create an account, and search for a child in India that is available for sponsorship.