• Help Children of India

    Supporting some of India’s most vulnerable people live with dignity and self-determination

  • Volunteer and do something amazing

    For a memorable experience for you and our children

    volunteer across a wide range of roles to suit you

  • Stay active and fundraise

    Fundraise for disabled and underprivileged

    orphans and make a lasting impact

  • Give a life, sponsor a child

    Help secure a vulnerable girl or orphan’s

    life without fear and poverty

  • Donate and change lives

    Just £5 a week could secure a homeless child’s place in Snehalaya, our care home

Help Children of India supports and advocates for India’s most vulnerable people including orphans, rural young women and the aged from Snehalaya Care Campus near Gwalior City.

Snehalaya - the "Home with Love" in Hindi

Spread over 25 acres, Snehalaya encompasses an orphanage with residential cottages, special needs school and facilities for disabled children, volunteer accommodation, public school for rural girls, base for rural health programmes, playing fields and much more.

  • Food and water
  • Shelter
  • Health care
  • Education

Where Does Your Money Go?

Your donations and sponsorships go directly to India – where a little goes a long way

It pays for food, shelter, warmth, clothes, medicine and education for abused, disabled and neglected orphans. It pays for the education of rural girls to help tackle poverty and patriarchy. It pays to help rural communities live healthier, safer and more secure lives.

Your money changes lives. Your money saves lives.

More about us

Get Involved

Volunteer in India and be amazed at what you can do. We have a variety of general, specialist and medical roles in our orphanage, school and rural programmes.

You can also participate in an event and fundraise, sponsor a child or donate, and other countless ways to make a difference. Here are some examples.

  • It was wonderful to take part in daily art, craft and sports activities, watching the children have fun, learn and be enriched
    - Gemma Dale - UKVolunteer in the UK and in Snehalaya, India
  • I remain obliged and indebted to you all, volunteers, supporters, well wishers, sponsors, carers and staff as well as my colleagues, trustees and members of advisory board, without whom it could not have been possible to come this far
    - Dr SharmaFounder & Chairman
  • I was worried that I wouldn’t know the right things to do or say, but I quickly realised that all children want the same things – to be nurtured, comforted and encouraged
    - Steve Clarke - UKVolunteer in Snehalaya, India

For just £5 a month you can change a life


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