Help A Child's New Website Completed!

Hi Everyone, I know that it's been a long time since we updated the group and I'm very sorry for that! We promise to update regularly from now on! We would like you to know that our new website has been completed, please visit it…Read More

Interviews for new batch of Help A Child students completed!

The Help A Child team recently finished the interviews for our next batch of students seeking scholarships. Over the course of 2 weeks we interviewed more than 350 students, recording their stories and aspirations. We are currently in the process of…Read More

Help A Child's Blog Launched!

Hi everyone, We have now launched a blog for Help A Child so that our supporters can keep up with our latest news, you can find it at: Please check out the blog, and post any comments or questions that you have there!…Read More

More than 200 Students Still Requiring Scholarships!

Hi everyone, Recently Help A Child held an event in Mudhol, Northern Karnataka to raise awareness about our organisation as many of the students we support are from the local area. The event was a success with the guests moved by the stories of the 10…Read More

Old Laptops Needed!

Help A Child supports meritorious students from poor families by providing them with educational scholarships. To date we have helped over 560 students, with 371 in 2008 alone! Many of our final year students currently require laptops for their project work.…Read More

30 students receive sponsorship!

Yesterday at the coffee morning we hosted we managed to secure sponsorships for 30 students, studying in areas as diverse as Medicine, Engineering, Arts and even completing their 11th and 12th! For these students the news of the sponsorship will come as a…Read More

Coffee Morning for Help A Child on March 24th

Starting at 9am, a coffee morning will be held at the San Qi restaurant, Four Seasons Hotel, Worli in Mumbai on March 24th. Participants will see a presentation about the work of 'Help A Child', as well as have the opportunity to meet some of the students who…Read More

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