Sanika chooses to grow despite her abusive past
Sanika came from a poor and broken family.
Her father was an alcoholic. He regularly abused his wife and children. Over time, her mother gave up hope of a better life and fell into depression. When she died, the children had nowhere to go and no one to help. Sanika grew more afraid of her father as the days went by.
One day she decided to run away. She trusted streets filled with strangers more than her home, where she could no longer bear the abuse of her father.
Thankfully, she was discovered by a kind stranger who brought her to El Shaddai Children’s Home. The home enrolled her in Shanti Niketan, a non-formal school, where she finally got the chance to excel. She began to break out of her shell, made good friends, and felt secure. Her creativity and talents bloomed when she found a place to call home. A place where she was shown love and care. A place that offered her food, companionship and education.
She proved to be an intelligent, fast learner in academics and can now speak, write and communicate well in English. She also started to paint, craft, sing, and dance. El Shaddai homes provides shelter to 365 children like Sanika, who have no means to lead a normal life. They depend on contributions from donors like you, to have a chance at succeeding.
Your monthly donation will provide a safe space where these children can grow. You can give with confidence because every program on our platform is GIVEASSURED. Give now to help them have the childhood that they deserve.