Kings World Trust for Children

Kings World Trust for Children

Charity information

Kings World Trust for Children

Kings World Trust for Children (KWTC) helps poor, disadvantaged and orphaned children in India to realise their potential through education.

Founded 1993

  • Mission statement

    Kings World Trust for Children (KWTC) was founded in UK in 1993 to provide a caring home, an education and skills training for orphaned and homeless children in Tamil Nadu, South India. The Trust’s work is focused in India, which has a population of over one billion people and the largest percentage of orphan and homeless children in the world.

    KWTC promotes the care, education and upbringing of children and young people in need and to relieve poverty and sickness amongst such children and young people.

    The Trust is not an Institution; it is a real home for children who have never known love, care and security in their lives. They become part of a unique family committed to giving them a childhood and a sustainable future through education and training.

    The operational work and projects undertaken by Kings World Trust for Children in India are split into 5 programme areas:

    Residenital Homes, Education Outreach, Medical Outreach, Bursary Placements and a Volunteer Programme

  • Aims

    Kings World Trust for Children aims to:

    • We aim to deliver a sustainable solution to child poverty
    • We aim to ensure at least 80% of our income is spent delivering direct services to children
    • We aim to empower children through education
    • We aim to provide support from infancy to adulthood; nursery school to employment
  • Overview

    Established: September 1993

    Registered Charity Number: 1024872

    Board members: 5

    Part time staff: 3

    Volunteers: 62

    Phone number: 01428 712365

    Address: 1 Stonehill Cottage, Wilsons Road, Headley Down,Hampshire,UK GU35 8JE

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  • Education Outreach Centre

    We need to build a new Education Outreach Centre to meet the needs of children enrolled on... More