The best thing about the volunteer experience with The Miracle Foundation in India is that you are allowed to help in the way that you are most comfortable--they way that you can do the most good. Whether it's giving needed resources to growing children, teaching them, or sharing new experiences, your actions are going to provide a lasting hand-up and open their world. You can dive in and play and sing with kids all day, or help organize projects, or use your skills in cooking or plumbing or whatever. The core philosophy behind the TMF is sustainable growth, and as a volunteer you become part of that process.
I run a nonprofit that partners with various nonprofits around the world to bring unique educational experiences to children. We’ve had the fortune of partnering with The Miracle Foundation for several years now to bring STEM education workshops to kids in the homes they support in India. Each experience has been incredible, and I cannot say enough good things about this organization. The staff of the Miracle Foundation are so incredibly committed to these children and passionate about giving them the love and support they need to become healthy, thriving, human beings who get that they matter. If you ever have an opportunity to go on a trip to visit one of their homes, to look these children in the eyes and tell them they matter, to laugh and dance and just experience joy with them… I highly recommend you take it. It will forever change you.
Co-Founder of Science in a Suitcase
I had the privilege going to an orphanage in Agartala, India with The Miracle Foundation in September this year. I didn't know what to expect. I have never met an orphan in my home country, let alone India.
I met the nicest group of children when I was there. They didn't have much in terms of material possession, but they were loved. They were well-fed. They got good education. The 12 rights of children that The Miracle Foundation believes in really showed at the orphanage. The children probably had sad pasts, but they were so happy at the orphanage.
In the short four days, the children passionately called me "Dada," which means older brother. I don't have any siblings, but had so many littler brothers and sisters that week. I was there to set up a robotics program. I don't know how many lives I changed that week, but it certainly changed mine. It put in perspective how prevailed I am simply because where I live and from.
People say India is incredible, but children were even more so, every single one of them. I can't wait to see them grow up and make India even more incredible.
I had the opportunity to visit an orphanage in northeast India that the Miracle Foundation has invested in, this past month, and the experience was astounding. First, the kids were happy and their happiness was tangible. I clearly could not communicate with any of the children extensively, but every time I looked at any of the children, a big smile would fill their face. It was beautiful! I was so excited to be with the children, and they were just as excited to be with me. The Miracle Foundation has made an impact in the lives of these children that is truly providing all of their 12 rights of a child, but also a happy, clean and loving home.
I was so impressed, and so happy to have spend a few days getting to teach some basic science and robotics concepts to the children. The organization truly cares about every child that walks through the doors of their homes.
They were also very supportive of their volunteers and very thankful for our time and efforts. I will definitely keep on supporting!
I was fortunate enough to join The Miracle Foundation this year on one of their trips to a children's home in India. I was blown away by the quality of life experienced by the 40 young boys living at this home. This home has been a part of TMF for three years, and has made huge improvements in everything they do. The most important part of my trip was seeing the difference between where these children started and where they are now. It goes to show how much of an impact TMF is playing the success of these homes.
In addition to meeting the boys, I also had the opportunity to meet with the founders of the home and some of the generous people who work there. The people involved in this home are truly good people and have devoted their lives to helping children. These are the type of people that make big differences and touch the lives of everyone they meet. My confidence in the organization largely lies in the dedication I saw in those people. With a foundation like that, TMF will have a lot of success and make a huge change in this world.
This is a fantastic organization, and this was an amazing, life-changing, wonderful trip! They took care of absolutely everything so that we could focus on our work with the kids.
We could tell the children and the orphanage staff all just adored the Miracle Foundation staff, and it was obvious that 1) TMF had done a lot of work to get the orphanage to its current state, and 2) we made a huge impact with our robotics program and STEM activities.
If I could give 5000 stars, I would.
I was fortunate enough to travel to India & visit a Miracle Foundation children's home. What I expected to see and what I experienced were two completely different things. I anticipated meeting the saddest & most malnourished children on this earth. I was completely taken back when I met these happy and loving children who have all of their necessities met. The Miracle Foundation has guided this home and has helped them grow into success story after nearly 10 years of struggle. The workers of the home receive a significant amount of guidance on running the home from the organization. The miracle foundation doesn't just pour money into the home they actually teach the employees the tools needed to run the home like a business while loving and caring for the children equally. Each child has their 12 rights met at all times and there are measures in place to assure that this is so. The children are growing intellectually, emotionally, and physically.
As sad as it was to separate from these children, I left there knowing that each child is well taken care of. I know that the money I've donated is going to the right place because I saw, first hand, a thriving home full of love & happiness. I witnessed the systems in place to assure that this home is moving forward and properly guiding the children to have a future. A future is not something promised in India so these kids happen to be exceptionally lucky to be involved with the Miracle
Foundation. Without this organization so many children wouldn't have a chance.
My trip with The Miracle Foundation to one of their partnership orphanages in India was a great experience. I witnessed the Foundations premise and vision of providing the full scope of meeting resident children's measurable needs and outcomes in daily practice. The children are thriving and gifted with a lifetime legacy that will positively impact their whole lives, and will undoubtedly pass on to their future generations.
I associate with Miracle foundation for 3 months and working as per the guidance and support given by Miracle team for the benefits of children of our SAMPARC Bal Asha Ghar, Pune, India. The partnership giving guidance and providing me the tools to see the progress of our work. In few months, I have come to know many new techniques which are helping us to ensure the rights of Children. I am thankful of Miracle foundation for giving their knowledge to work in better way.
Thanks & regards,
Project incharge-SAMPARC Bal Asha Ghar,
It was really grate experience with working with Miracle foundation team for one year. Our partnership with Miracle has helped us to give best services to our orphan & needy children of SAMPARC canters.
As a partner ,we have learned many things to monitor the progress of children as well as for the organization through various innovative tools used by the team. The tools which have been used by Miracle foundation in our SAMPARC Children’s Home is really helping us to monitor and track the progress of our work in education, health & nutrition and overall needs of the children.
We are really thankful team for giving their feedback and guidance as knowledge partner of SAMPARC. We are really proud to associate with Miracle foundation.
Thanks & regards,
Progarme Manager-SAMPARC, Pune India
we the sisters and children of Marialaya coimbatore with grateful heartsthank you for your meaningful support and constant guidance in bringing smile on the face of our children These days of training programme help us to make our work more effective in the field.
We assure u of co operation and thank all those who support us through you..
with love and prayers
Sr.Amalie yacob and sr. Isabella Alphonse & children, staff