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HOPE worldwide Canada has been fortunate to partner with HOPE Foundation India since 2010. Over these years, we’ve collaborated on a number of projects including:

  • Support for the Tigri School in Delhi, located in one of the largest slums in South East Asia.

    • Over the past 15 years this school has been able to make a huge difference in the lives of the local underprivileged children by ensuring basic education for almost 1,000 primary school age children, as well as providing a nutritious midday meal, which in most cases is the only meal the children eat in a day.

  • Support for the Asharan Orphanage in Delhi.

    • A safe home for many abandoned and lost children between the ages of 0 to 6 years. These children are brought to the Orphanage by order of the Child Welfare Committee. Police and public find the children who are abandoned on the street, public waste bins, bus stations, railway stations and hospitals. A few are found in the cradle at Asharan’s gate. Some children are relinquished by their parents because of their inability to take care of them. Over the years over 500 children have been taken care of here, many re-united with their natural families.

  • Several volunteers from HOPE worldwide Canada have travelled to India to serve on HOPE Volunteer Corps, empowering local communities by serving at schools, orphanages and a leper colony.

  • Most recently, HOPE worldwide Canada has fundraised to support India as they grappled with one of the world's worst COVID-19 outbreak providing COVID relief. These funds were used to purchase oxygen concentrators, oxygen generators, food, medicine, essential supplies, and equipment. 

To visit the HOPE Foundation India website, click here.

Contact: Greg Taylor

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