Sevalaya runs the Swami Vivekananda Boys’ Home and Mother Teresa Girls’ Home for orphans, poor and destitute children. At present these homes shelter about 150 children.
These homes provide food, shelter, education, opportunities for skill development and talent promotion in an atmosphere of love and care.
The children are provided support and are taken care of until they become independent and can be self-reliant.
Many of the children from the Childrens Home are now well settled in life, pursuing careers in diverse fields such as qualified mechanics, artisans, bank officers, nurses, software professionals, etc. In fact, none of the alumnus of Sevalaya Children’s Home is unemployed!
A Social Audit of the medical records initiated by us proved that Sevalaya is doing exceptional work in ensuring the good health of the Children’s Home residents.
In addition, there are excellent playing facilities for the children. This again abides by Swami Vivekananda’s dictum that a good game of football can do as much to the awakening of the spirit as reading of the Gita.
The residents of the Children’s Home are instilled with a sense of social responsibility by interacting with the residents of the Old Age Home, get to understand their responsibility towards sustainable environment by learning organic farming and other eco-friendly initiatives.
All these together make them confident, self-proficient citizens of the future.
- 3,250 under privileged children benefitted in 26 years
- 720 senior citizens benefitted in 12 years
- Financial Value of benefits provided INR 3.97 Crores
Children Home Photos