Growth 1993 – 2024

  • 38

    Farmland Tons of Produce

  • 620

    Child Labor Victims Rescued

  • 807

    Orphans Cared For

Our programs in South India serve vulnerable children such as orphans, trafficking survivors, and child labor victims through foster care, primary & secondary school education support, and college scholarships. Our three Children’s Hope Centers in operation throughout the region where we serve provide after-school care and support to at-risk minority children by means of tutoring and nutritious meals.

We are in the process of constructing a technical college which will generate funds for our India programs through local high school graduates paying to attend, while also providing scholarship seats for our at-risk students who need assistance in obtaining a higher education.

In 2023, we opened our India trade school on our main campus. The trade school offers certified skill coursework in trades such as tailoring to young women who are either recovering from human trafficking or else are at high risk of being trafficked.

Our India farmland started as a water buffalo dairy farm— that’s why we have a water buffalo in our logo! However, today the farmland focuses on a seasonal lentil harvest, a vegetable garden and small-scale banana grove. This helps to ensure that the children we serve are getting the nutrition they deserve.

Read recent stories of impact from our India programs: