Indira, Shishu Vihar


“I am Indira. I am 65 years old and have been living in Shishu Vihar for the past 15 years. This was after my son abandoned me. I’ve been living with 30 other ladies who have similar history. It has been obviously a not so happy 15 years. But one fine day, we were all taken by surprise and were enthralled when “A Ray of Hope…” gifted us a color television set. This was the best thing that ever happened to us, as we never had a TV before. It was the second time I cried that much in my life. Well, the first time was out of sadness when my son abandoned me, and this time it was out of the sheer happiness that their genuine gesture bestowed upon us.”

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Good Samaritan Orphanage


"RAY OF HOPE" has played a highly crucial role in the development of the "Good Samaritan Children’s Home" and the overall development of Pocharam Village. They collected funds and helped install a pure and continuous supply of drinking water for the very first time for the entire village. They’ve also provided educational facilities, food, daily basic amenities, clothing and sports equipment. Apart from this they’ve also conducted New Year celebrations at the village. This made the children feel that they gain a new family. The staff and children here at the Home thank them for their outstanding service from the bottom of our Hearts and Wish them All the Very Best in all their future endeavors. God Bless!!”

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D.P.K.Babu, Ashray Akruthi


“I am D.P.K.Babu, the director of Ashray Akruti, a non-profit organization which runs “The Little Angles School for the Hearing Impaired” children at Hyderabad, India. It has been operating for the past 10 years and has made great impact in the lives of these special children. The members of “Ray of Hope…” participated very actively and helped the organization achieve its objectives. They often visited the school and interacted with the children, taught the basics in Mathematics, Computers and English and also taught Cricket and Dance to the 100 children at the school. Their kind gestures will be indeed remembered by the students and staff members of Ashray Akruti. We wish them all the very best in all their future endeavors.”

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Narsamma, JNTU Student


“I am Narsamma. I was widowed 15 years back. Since then I’ve been taking care of my son and daughter by working as a cook. My son has always made me proud by topping his class in studies. I had so many hopes of him having a good career & marrying off his sister, but these hopes were dying when he didn’t have money to pay for his final semester tuition fees in JNTU Anantapur. When all hope was gone, the members of  “Ray of Hope…” came out of nowhere & helped us by paying the fees. Words cannot describe how I feel. I am ever grateful to them as they saved my son’s career & my daughter’s marriage.”

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