Your donation can provide a poor child better care and education in his childhood
3-year-old Tejal is the youngest among her three siblings. She lives with her mother, siblings and an alcoholic father. Her father used to spend most of his earnings on alcohol instead of taking care of his family. Her mother works as a domestic help to support the family and raise her children. In an unfortunate incident, Tejal's father fell off the building and died. This made it even more difficult for Tejal's mother to take care of her family with her meager income, with no one else to support them. As a result, children led a life of neglect and malnourished.
When Tejal's mother heard about CORP, she approached their centre for help. After knowing her condition, the staff there admitted all the three children. This enabled Tejal's mother to confidently leave her children in CORP's safe environment go for her work. Tejal was only 1.5 years old and severely malnourished when she joined the centre. Tejal along with her siblings received love, care and nourishment at CORP. She and her siblings also received education under this program. Tejal was also given good medical care from the doctors who regularly visit the centre. She is now a happy, healthy child.
Your donation will be utilized to pay off the salaries of the caretakers/teachers at CORP's centre. You can donate with confidence because every program on our platform is GIVEASSURED.
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you will be sponsoring the overall costs incurred to support the beneficiaries
About The Program
What the beneficiary gets
Members of CORP believe that the first few years of a child's life are vital for his/her growth. Staff members of CORP provide parents with a ray of hope for their children's future through their creche and preschool programs, which are located in some of the most poverty-stricken areas of Mumbai. This also opens doors to a lifetime of learning for them, which in turn leads to greater development, opportunity and employment prospects. Early childhood education presents a unique opportunity to help break the cycle of poverty, which is often passed down through generations owing to limited schooling opportunities.
1,400 young children (within the age group of 5 months to 8 years) of working mothers are currently enrolled in the 20 day centres, where they are provided with a foundational education which prepares these kids for their formal schooling. These children are provided with nutritious meals, access to basic healthcare, and are taught about cleanliness and hygiene. Most importantly, they are provided a safe and caring environment during the day, thereby allowing their parents to go to work to support the family.