Hi! I am Ridaansh Shah, a Junior Changemaker
The junior changemaker program is an initiative launched by letsallhelp.org for the children by the children. I have joined the mission to end hunger and spread good health & hygiene among the underprivileged section of India.
Will you join my drive to empower underprivileged kids and give them a better future by making a meaningful change?
I have pledged to help
I have received support for
Donate a food & hygiene kit
Help a child with his basic needs for an entire month.
1 Food & hygiene kit = Rice, flour, dal, toothpaste, toothbrush, soap, shampoo and sanitary pads (for girl child) for 1 month. Rs. 750
Help me fulfil my pledge
1 kit for INR 750
I want to donate
food & hygiene kit
100% of your donation will reach them.
Your contributions will go to Bal Anand World Children Welfare Trust
Area of work
An NGO dedicated to rehabilitating orphaned, abandoned, and destitute children by way of adoption so that they can live a normal life.
As a part of Worldchildren Welfare Trust India, Bal Anand was set up in 1984 with the aim to receive, shelter and rehabilitate orphaned, abandoned and destitute minors by way of adoption. Since then, Bal Anand has grown from hosting 8 children to 55 children today. Among those 55, they have 33 special children who need special care. The children's home works towards creating an environment that provides the child warmth, care and material comforts of a home and family until an adopting family is found.
For its special children, Bal Anand has a trained and professional staff who have dedicated their lives for a cause that will help children wake up with a new ray of hope and with new horizons everyday. They have therapy for these young minds and encourage the children in art, craft, yoga and dance as they strongly believe that the creative mind of a child is like an ocean which has no end.
Bal Anand has been delivering its mission through the love, support and funding from international and Indian bodies and several individual volunteers from across the world. However, the number of forsaken children at the center is growing rapidly and it is making the job of finding adoptive parents for these children nearly impossible. This means, that the center must keep the children at the center and provide them shelter, food, and education as long as they are not adopted. Hence, they need generous support from people like to continue providing the right care to the unfortunate children.
Facilities at the center
- An entire floor dedicated for their care and development.
- 24×7 staff supervision with professionally trained personnel.
- Children schooling at special institutions – Sulabha School for Mentally Retarded and ADAPT – now known as National Resource Centre for Inclusion- India.
- In – house complementary therapy and education such as art and craft , yoga and dance.