This organization is the real deal. Founder Chris Casey trekked Nepal in 2004, came back to the U.S. determined to help the lice-ridden, malnourished kids without parents to protect them who were begging in the streets, and within 3 years had founded this home for 22 or so children. They get nourishing food, clothing, medical care, and schooling 6 days a week in a family-like atmosphere. Everyone pitches in to keep the home clean and running well. It is very basic but what a difference for children who would otherwise be poverty-stricken, in poor health, and possibly sold into slavery or killed for their organs. It is a miracle for these children, who will be encouraged to learn a trade or go to college when the time comes. They do so much with very little - their annual budget is amazingly modest. Good to know too is that the organization's accounting and record keeping are above reproach.