Provide uniforms and education supplies for one year for an orphan child affected by political violence in Dantewada, Bijapur and Sukma, Chhattisgarh, INR 600

The objective of the project is facilitating the process of finding enhanced career opportunities for 150 orphan, tribal, out-of-school children through bridge course, mainstreaming, skill development, career counselling and handholding. By working with children enrolled in the nearby government schools, Kendriya Vidyalaya and English-medium private schools. Since the children are mostly orphan, Tomorrow s Foundation provides all the required services. Monthly health camps are organized in the block head office as well as regular check up camps in Dantewada center. Besides, for all-round development, creative, cultural and sport activities are regularly organized. It is Tomorrow Foundation aims to help these children improve their self-confidence and allow them to establish themselves as dignified citizens of this world. Regular local, national and international exposure programmes are conducted so that the children are able to aspire for a much better future and becomes role models in their own communities. This donation will be used for an orphan child from Dantewada, Bijapur or Sukma, Chattisgarh - regions where Tomorrow s Foundation works that are heavily affected by political violence.

Donation Option Break-up cost in INR
Clothes of School Dress, tie, belt, socks, sweater, 225.00
Shoe, laces 110.00
Two pairs of slippers 85.00
Stitching school uniform 180.00
Unit Price 600
Total 600
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Santosh a hero in his own rights
Santhosh Gali’s father died in naxal attack and his mother passed due to long illness, when he was just six years old. His just had elder brother in name of the family. His cousins looked after both of them. Santosh says he always longed for love and guidance and care which he did not receive from is guardian.
We brought Santosh in the year 2011 to our Uttaran in Bijapur. We admitted him to school. Since he loved sports we gave his the needed guidance in football as well as in other sports.
Now he participates in almost all sports competition organized in school as well as outside and has won several prizes. He represents his school in football at district level matches. He also participated in 15 days summer camp in France, organized by Sports Dans La Ville this year

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