4 March 2020
Dharma was rejected and abandoned at 14. She lived in the streets and her only possessions were the rags she wore as clothes. Her life depended on what she found in the streets.
She now lives in one of our shelters, has learned to read and write and is learning what we call life skills.
She works as an intern at a restaurant and learns everything she needs to care for herself and the next generation.
She is on a path to independence and healing for what being rejected and abandoned has done to her self-worth and right to just being alive.
She finally asked our volunteers, months into our program, why they’re helping her and their answer made her curious about Jesus. Many answered and unanswered questions later her curiosity grew, so she learned to pray and welcomed Him into her life.
Will you help us help children like Dharma? Will you help us bring Gods love and justice in the loves of rejected and abandoned children?