Many years ago, The Ties Program implemented “Project Kindness” via our sister organization World Ties, a 501(c)(3) non profit organization that supports children and families in Ties’ countries. So that our efforts are focused, we try to find a place, or a group of children, and build a relationship that enhances the lives of the community we touch.
The possibilities for Project Kindness in India are huge! PALNA Orphanage is home to many infants and toddlers and is run by the Delhi Council of Child Welfare. In a wonderful article we came across, PALNA was described this way. “It made tears well up in our eyes. These children are blessed to survive destiny’s unexplained designs. And when they go as adopted children into homes, they light up eyes and lives like nothing else can. Smiles, giggles, wails, tears, shouts, hugs, kisses and a lot more to write in your personal diary.”
Sabera Foundation.(currently closed) Among other things, Sabera offered the necessary infrastructure to provide future opportunities to the most vulnerable street girls of India. The girls were given a home to live in, formal education, computer training, medical care, nutrition, and opportunities for sports, music and dance.
Always a Ties Program favorite stop–SOS Children’s Village. This is a very significant part of India Ties, as it gives the children among us a chance to see India’s children being cared for with dignity.
Shishur Sevay Orphanage, where many of the former IMH Massie’s work. Prior to the closing of IMH-Calcutta, we provided World Ties funds at IMH as well.