The Covid-19 pandemic is impacting humanity like no other crisis in recent human history. During this crisis period, Shishu Mandir, a children’s home that runs on charity has come forward to help and support the homeless wandering communities, low-income families, people with disabilities, transgender and other underprivileged communities. In the last couple of days, the organization has distributed 10 kg of Rice, 5 kg of Wheat, 2 kg of Dhal, and 1 kg of Refined Oil in packages to more than 2500 people in need.
Hella Mundhra, Founder, Shishu Mandir, said, “With so many underprivileged, homeless, low-income members of our communities trying to make ends meet during this crisis, it’s important that we all step up to do our part. We are committed to reaching out to as many as possible to elevate their condition and help them in this epidemic situation.”
- A home for neglected and Underprivileged Children
- Child Care Centre with English medium for children of 3 to 6 years
- English medium School for Poor children( Prep to 10th)
- Free Food, Clothes, Medical care for all Shishu Children
- Community College for Vocational Training
- Sponsoring Education for Siblings
- Evening study Centres in Slum Area
- In- Country and Inter- Country Adoption Promotions
- Self-help groups for Women in Slum Area
- Empowerment of Women through Vocational Training in Tailoring, Masonry, and Driving
- Construction of Houses for Poor of Slum Areas
- Construction of Community Centres
- Construction of Public Toilets
- Construction of Water Sheds for Drinking water
Founded in 1983 by Hella Mundhra, Shishu Mandir is a children’s home that runs on charity. It works towards the betterment of the children from impoverished backgrounds by providing a caring and supportive environment as well as giving them free education and vocational training to aid employment.
For 30 years now, Shishu Mandir has been working quietly towards creating a generation of children who are not bound by the circumstances they were born into. Coming from the most desperate of situations, often with alcoholic fathers and despairing mothers their future looks bleak. At Shishu Mandir they have been receiving education, love and care, guidance in their careers and consequently they were able to reach a life of self-sufficiency and independence.