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INDIA PARTNERS
November 15, 2012

I love India Partners because it is based on vision, call and compassion. It is the God’s chosen organization that brings Salvation to the soul and hope to live. It stood for me and encouraged me to live for others.

2. India Partners is a wonderful organization because it is seeking poor and weaker section of the society to make partnership and to bring them up in life and bring light and hope in them. It strives to bring hope, justice and compassion to the people of India to become rich. India partners works alongside broad group of indigenous Christian grass roots agencies in India focused on alleviate poverty and injustice.

3. My experience with India Partners has been great and marvelous it is started with one man’s obedience and sacrificial life for the work of the Lord to bring light to the people in darkness, hope in the life of hopeless and to bring voice in the voiceless people. My life and the Orphans Faith Home ministry is great example. The meaning of India partners shows that God has a special plan to partnering between rich and the poor, educated and uneducated, white and the black to show to the world that God cares all. The founder and the present CEO of India Partners Brent Hample is the one who was chosen by God like a prophet to bring liberty and justice to the outcaste and Dalit people of India. Through his sacrificed life hundreds of Orphan children and thousands of poor people received spiritually and material help and became self sufficiency people. India Partners (Brent Hample) became God father and comforted fatherless and motherless children and turned tears into joy.
India partners served our people in various ways. Health1. helped to establish health clinics , conducted medical camps like eye, polio, dental and general health check up centers. Mobile clinics for tribal areas and slums. Polio surgeries and rehabilitation.

Education: India Partners helped Pre residential schools primary and high schools integrated education for polio, blind, slum , fisherman, tribal and stone quarry labor.

Monthly educational support: to children of farmers who committed suicides, children with HIV/ AIDs patients , children of life prisons, children of unwed mothers etc.,

Adult education centers :

Child Care : Milk distribution to malnoursh infants , mid day meal center for children in slums , medical help and clinics.

Community development : financial help , support to aged women and unwed women, marriage helps to children of poor, medical help for poor patients , housing for weaker sections ,old aged homes , street children homes and Asha Jyothi Sewing centers for Teen age girls and young widows to make them self sufficient .

Emergency relief, distribution of reief material to victms of tsunami , fire , flood , famine , cyclones , housing helps for tsunami ,fire, flood and cyclone victims .

Spiritual work: Evangelism, bible college, gospel meetings , women retreats, youth camps , disciple ship training program and pastors conferences.

To my experience India partners is the number one Non-Profit Voluntary Organization that is working in India. In future I believe that India partner organization will grow one and only the top nonprofit organization and will have more dedicated and generous people will come to support such a great nonprofit organization in India. I love India partners and I Love my country.

Thanking you

Bishop.G.Parishudha Babu

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Would you volunteer for this group again?

Definitely

For the time you spent, how much of an impact did you feel your work or activity had?

Life-changing

Did the organization use your time wisely?

Very Well

Would you recommend this group to a friend?

Definitely

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2012

MY ROLE:
Volunteer