SUPPORT A STUDENT
FOR $2 A DAY
That’s only $60 a month that will change a student’s life forever!
Prakash for India needs your help TODAY to give young, marginalized Indian nationals vocational training, leadership development and life skills education to put them on a better path to live with hope and dignity.
WHAT DOES YOUR
MONTHLY GIFT PROVIDE?
Educational and Vocational Programs:
Provides training in skilled trades so our students can sustain themselves and live with dignity.
Equips our students to grow and duplicate themselves to become a significant developmental force for their country.
STARTING POINT Discipleship Program:
Shares the love and grace of Jesus Christ and teaches our students Christian principles so they can live with
Resources for Repairs and Maintenance:
Maintains our facilities and keeps them in proper working order.
Will You Partner With Us?
Further the vision for Prakash and commit to supporting a student today.
Sustained donations enable us to strategically expand and provide innovative tools and resources to our students, staff, and surrounding communities.
Karishma is a 19 years old computer student at Prakash Ruth Girls Institute. Growing up, she had a very difficult family life. Her father was an alcoholic, she became very ill due to her family problems, and she miraculously survived several suicide...
Mr. Dalit, 17 year's old young man living in a slum area was introduce to me by Mr. Surykant one of Vet Med's ex-student. Surykant is doing small business in goats. He is also proud to be a Vet Med's volunteer. He is from Buddhist family but now a day really started...
Dr. Suresh just sent this report and it is just tooooo good to not send just because it is passed Christmas. As part of Christmas celebration Vet Med organized one day free Medical and Dental check up Camp in a Pardhi village. Surrounding villages also took advantage...
From all the staff and students at Prakash, Merry Christmas!
Well the great news is . . . the well is complete. As you know, Loren would never allow the rubble to not be all cleaned up and the ground leveled. Now it looks great and can again function for the agriculture of the campus. I love the fact that the students helped...
This report from Joy is what Prakash is all about. "Vilas lived in a thatched roofed hut in a village on the outskirts of Amravati city. Due to poverty life was not easy for Vilas as his father was only bread earner in the family. Being...