Abandoned at childhood, Nisha today helps missing kids reunite with their parents
Nisha(name changed) lived with her mother who was a single parent. Her mother, unable to take care of her enrolled her in a shelter home. When she was 12 years old, she moved to the Shraddhanand Mahilashram Shelter home.
Soon after, her mother completely abandoned her and disappeared. The ashram tried to locate her with the help of the police but gave up after being unsuccessful for a few months.
Nisha then became completely the responsibility of the shelter home. She became emotionally disturbed because of the disappearance of her mother. The ashram counselors worked with her to help her through her trauma.
Nisha grew up in the Bal Gruha with other children like herself. She received the love and care that she deserved. She grew up as an Ashramkanya, as the girls who live in the shelter home are lovingly called. She grew up under the care of qualified social workers who nurtured her. They looked after her educational and emotional needs.
Nisha was an adorable girl with twinkling eyes. She was good at both academics and sports. She aspired to become a police officer. Her dream was to help missing children find their parents. The social workers helped Nisha prepare for her Railway Police recruitment exam. Her hard work paid off and she got selected after the preliminary exam and interview
She joined the Railway Police Department. After completing a 9 and a half month training she got posted in Mumbai Railway Police as a Constable. She through hard work soon became the head constable.
She has reunited several missing children with their parents during her service. She has received over 54 departmental rewards for her good work.
Impressed with her one of her colleagues proposed her marriage with his son. The Ashram after completing formalities, blessed the alliance through their marriage committee.
Nisha is now happy married. The couple is blessed with two children. Nisha continues to serve in the police force while being a wife and a mother.
Many girls like Nisha would have grown up on the streets with no safety or future. They are now are confident and successful because of the support of the ashram
Your help can make many more abandoned and destitute children like Nisha. You can donate to their food expenses in the shelter home. You can give with confidence because every program listed is GIVEASSURED.
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About The Program
What the beneficiary gets
Shraddhanand Mahilashram runs 'Aadhar Gruha' - a shelter home for young girls and women from 19 to 40 years of age. They provide shelter, food, healthcare, education and overall development.
Shraddhanand Mahilashram runs a shelter home for abandoned children. If after the children after 18 year of age are not yet adopted, they move to the Aadhar Gruha.
Girls between the age group of 19 till about 40 stay in Aadhar Gruha, the home for women of Shraddhanand Mahilashram in Matunga.
The home takes care of their health, basic needs and education of these girls. Regular health check ups are done for the women. The girls attend college or vocational courses based on their interests. They also learn handicrafts and other activities such as sewing. The products that they create are sold at exhibitions, and a part of the earnings is given to them as pocket money.
The social workers, nurse, attendants, and house mothers help and counsel them as required. They are also helped with marriage, if they wish, through the Ashram on receiving suitable proposals.
This program covers the cost of food and provision expenses of the girls and women who stay in the Aadhar Gruha homes.
When you donate to this program, you help abandoned and destitute girls get quality food and nutrition as they work towards their future.
About The NGO
3 December, 2019
Women engaged in multiple activities
Women engaged in multiple activities