Gwalior Childrens Charity (Help Children of India)

Gwalior Childrens Charity (Help Children of India)

Charity information

Gwalior Childrens Charity (Help Children of India)

To help and provide for poor, disabled, destitute and underpriviledged people esp. Children, women and the aged, the most vulnerable ones, of Gwalior and Chambal region, one of the most backward and o

Founded 1997

  • Mission statement

    The Gwalior Childrens Charity (previously known as Gwalior Childrens Hospital) operates in association with Gwalior Hospital and Education Charitable Trust. Now itis not just a Childrens hospital but includes a rural health centre and we run mobile rural clinics with integrated rural development programme in 39 surrounding villages as well help line with ICTC. With start of our own "Snehalaya- meaning the home with love in Hindi", a care home for disabled and destitute Children, with schools (special need as well main stream school for poor children from villages esp. Drop out girls), health and vocational training centre on site, we aim to make these children independent and live with dignity and self esteem. In addition to these facilities, Snehalaya has a Gaushala cow shed to produce milk and its products for our children), farms and orchards with organic farming as well play and sports fields. Our children live in pollution free environment in family atmosphere. Through our main stream School, we are aiming for women empowerment helping these girls to become independent get out of life of oppression, which they are fated otherwise. This will not only improve their life but that of whole family and future generations too.
    For lack of electricity in villages, we provide solar lights to school going children in villages to help facilitate education and studies for them. We have installed solar units in our School and Snehalaya too, a step towards self sufficiency for us.

  • Aims

    Gwalior Childrens Charity (Help Children of India) aims to:

    • 3. To provide health care services to poor and underprivileged esp. children, women and the aged.
    • 1. To provide for disabled and destitute in India.
    • 2. To educate children esp. girls from villages in India.
  • Overview

    Established: July 1997

    Registered Charity Number: 1063694

    Board members: 17

    Part time staff: 2

    Volunteers: 450

    Phone number: 01922 629842

    Address: 14, Magdalene Road, Walsall, West Midlands. WS1 3TA

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  • Snehalaya- the home with love in India

    Millions of children esp. those disabled are abandoned on the streets of India. 63 of such... More
  • Snehalaya School

    We would like to establish an integrated school, incorporating a school for special needs ... More