Good News India
Rating: 4.94 stars 17 17 reviews
Health, Human Services, Crime & Law, Religion
P.O. Box 72747 Phoenix AZ 85050 USA
To seek and to save that which was lost.
Since 1998 we have rescued nearly 3,000 destitute children from potential bonded and sexual slavery. We also currently provide refuge for about 50 lepers and food and medical treatment for at least 350 other lepers.
Children between the ages of 4 and 20 that are orphaned, abandoned or from destitute families living in rural India.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
Nearly 3,000 children and 400 lepers.
Geographic areas served:
Orissa and W. Bengal, India
We have established 28 Dream Centers to house destitute children and provide them discipleship in Christ, food, shelter, clothing, education through college and love in a family environment. We also have one Dream Center dedicated to the care of lepers and their children and multiple outreaches to leper communities with food and medical care. We have a dental program for all the children under our care that is being extended to other poor children in the community. We have an annual medical camp that serves the communities surrounding our Dream Centers.
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I have worked with many organizations offering the same type of assistance as Good News India and I find this organization to be exceptional in its devotion to these less fortunate ones. They provide comprehensive life care including completion of a college education for its student benefactors. This has a profound preventive impact in the area of human trafficking as well as a future impact for the socioeconomic development of each individual being helped by this organization. My professional meetings with Dr. Rahman have always exceeded my expectations in professionalism and personal selflessness in his dedication to those who are hopelessly trapped in poverty. I would highly recommend Good News India as an effective and transformative NGO for your donations.
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