How to Help

Every bit of help, large or small, can make a big difference. You can show your support in any of the following ways:

* Help us provide weekly meals or donate towards a 'street kids day.' One meal for a child costs approximately 17cents. Donations are accepted via PayPal where you can use your credit/debit card securely or transfer from your own PayPal account. We are not currently able to accept checks or give receipts for tax deductions as we are still a small organization and are currently in the process of registering as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. All of our programs are done 100% on a volunteer basis, every cent donated goes directly to the children.





* Write an e-mail to if you are interested giving gifts of gently used or new clothing. Though we do not recommend shipping directly to us in India, we can arrange shipment to the U.S. to be brought out with a volunteer. 

* Share the love by subscribing to this blog, 'Liking' us on Facebook, adding one of the buttons to the right to your blog or web page and spreading the word to your friends and family.

5 comments:

  1. I think what you're doing is beyond selfless and amazing. I read your blog and am inspired and filled with hope for the world. I am lucky enough to travel the world for work but nothing I have done compares to your daily life. Thank you for being such a beautiful person.

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    1. Thank you for your kind words! I am glad to share this journey and am glad that these stories fill you with hope <3
      -Kristin

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  2. how can I come out to help? I'm not a nurse but, I would love to help in someway :)

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    1. Unfortunately right now, the organization is not at the point of bringing out volunteers, but keep up with the happenings here. Perhaps at some point in the near future when I am working on this project more full-time, we can have you out to help! Keep in touch via the email up in the corner of this page!

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  3. People who participate in this program are grateful for the help…for the chance to become better human beings. your kindness makes a difference,Even if it is a very tiny act of goodness and you think no one notices, God notices.

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