Kairali helps Children suffering with various problems of life through CHILDREN HOPE INDIA, USA.
KAIRALI helping Children suffering with various problems of life through CHILDREN HOPE INDIA, USA
Image: KAIRALI helping Children suffering with various problems of life through CHILDREN HOPE INDIA, USA
Children’s Hope India was started in 1992
by a group of professional women in New York. It is 100% volunteer based
organization which raises funds through corporate sponsorships, individual
donations and fundraising gala and cultural events. All the funds raised
through the events goes directly towards the programs that are designed by the
Foundation for helping the poor impoverished children in India and give them a
chance for a brighter future. Donors can be assured that every dollar they
donate does indeed reaches its destination.
It has given out
tuition scholarships to several South Asian students from India, Pakistan and
Bangladesh to assist them in pursuing their academic and career goals through
college education. It also supports various projects that assist children with
congenital disease and provides them healthcare; it funds a medical clinic that provides various services
to children of sex workers; funds camps for children with autism and extends
scholarship for those who have the potential but are unable to utilize the same
as they are being unable to attend school owing to acute poverty.
Children’s Hope India
approached Kairali Ayurvedic Group three years back with a request to get
associated with their organization as one of the silent Auction Donor.
We gladly accepted
their offer and are happily associated with Children’s Hope India for past
three years to help their cause by providing the vouchers for its Kairali – The
Ayurvedic Healing Village at Palakkad (Kerala), India, as one of the silent
Auction Donor every year. This year the fundraiser was held at Pier Sixty in
Chelsea Piers, New York on October 13, 2013, which had a keynote address by
Indra Nooyi, Chairman and CEO of PepsiCo and raised $450,000 for CHI projects.