• Justice Thanka School for Disabled Children

    John visited the Day School in February 2016 and met the children who have various disabilities and he was entertained by mute girls traditional dancing.  It is a small School with limited space but the children were happy and joyful.  We are assessing how we can best help the School

  • Mercy Home Orphanage

    The government run orphanage will be supported in whatever way we can – when trustees  and volunteers visit Gwalior.

  • Home for Blind Girls

    The Home is a delight – the girls are happy and the staff helpful and reasonably well resourced by local residents of Gwalior – as it should be. We provide top up financial support and of course a volunteer visit is always a highlight. In the photo above Henrietta is handing

  • Blind School for Boys

    After several visits by trustees in recent years and with monitoring and support from Bhagat Kushwah, the Principal at Sarita School nearby, the School is now an established project worthy of our support. There are 70 boys in the school and 9 teachers. The boys – some as young as 7 are all residential. The

  • Sarita School in Gwalior

    A family run Society (= a charity in India) Sarita School is in one of the poorest areas of Gwalior with over 1300 children aged from 4 to 17. There are 50 teachers teaching the children in two shifts (am/pm) due to the limited space. The fees are very modest