Parrainer un enfant
Parrainer un enfant, c’est le sauver de la pauvreté à laquelle sa naissance l’avait prédestiné et lui donner la chance de réaliser la vie qu’il est de tout ses forces prêt à bâtir! Cela changera non seulement sa vie, mais aussi celle de ses parents qu’il sera en mesure d’aider, celle de ses frères et sœurs dont il sera l’exemple, de sa future famille, de sa communauté qu’il aura les moyens de servir au mieux, et la vôtre car faire un heureux en fait deux !
SHANTI INDIA soutient dans leurs études :
– 215 enfants de la maternelle à la seconde dans son école de soutien scolaire, et
– 35 étudiants qui poursuivent leur scolarité au lycée, collège ou en institut spécialisé.
– Lorsque vous parrainez un des 215 enfants de l’école de SHANTI INDIA, votre don aide au fonctionnement de l’école dans son ensemble. A son entrée en première, votre don ira entièrement à l’enfant pour couvrir ses frais d’études.
– Lorsque vous parrainez un des 35 étudiants après la seconde, votre don lui revient entièrement pour couvrir ses frais d’études.
Vous êtes mis en contact et communiquez avec lui par courriel ainsi que par skype, recevez de ses nouvelles et pouvez le suivre de près.
La connection wi-fi à l’école permet aux parrains/marraines et à ceux désireux de faire connaissance avec l’école de suivre via skype, en direct et chaque jour(sauf dimanche et vacances), la vie de l’école.
Il n’est pas de plus grand bonheur que de rendre heureux ! »
« Comment devenir parrain/marraine ? »
- En remplissant le formulaire de parrainage et nous le renvoyant à l’adresse e-mail de SHANTI INDIA : email@example.com
- En vous rendant sur la page « FAIRE UN DON » pour les modalités de règlement.
Parrains et marraines deviennent automatiquement membres de l’association.
N’hésitez pas à faire connaître l’association, son action et ses projets autour de vous !
Parrainer un enfant
Liste d’enfants en attente de parrainage:
Highlights: Anjali is a very good and enthusiastic student. Her father works as a carpenter and earns as little as 300 Rs a day. Her mother is a housewife. Anjali has two brothers and two sisters.
Ambition: she doesn’t know yet
Highlights: Chandani is a hardworking student. Her father passed away some time ago and her mother works as labour with 200 rupees daily wages. She has to support her family of six.
Highlights: Gautam is a very good and ambitious student. He comes from a very modest family. His father is a painter and has to support his 7 members family. His mother is a housewife.
Highlights: Nitu studies hard to improve her prospects for the future. Her father supports his family of six as a labour worker, earning as little as 250 rupees per day. Her mother is a housewife.
Highlights: Raunik comes from an untouchable family. His father makes 200 Rupees a day as a painter, so it’s very difficult for him to support his family of five. Raunik’s mother is a housewife.
Highlights: Ritik is a very bright and devoted student. His father passed away some time ago and his mother has to support her family of four as a part time worker. She does not have a fixed job.
Ambition: bank manager
Highlights: We are supporting Binita with her higher studies at Gaya College; she is completing her intermediate course with commerce, accounts & English. Binita has just finished her matriculation, and she is a very good and hard working student. Binita’s father earns 250 to 300 rupees a day, and has 7 members of the family to support. Her mother is a housewife.
Highlights: We are supporting Pooja for her higher studies in grade 11th at Gaya College; she is completing her intermediate course with commerce, accounts & English. Pooja has just finished her matriculation, and she is a very intelligent student, keen to study and learn. Pooja’s father is a farmer and he is only able to feed the family. Her two little sisters also study at Shanti India School.
Ambition: wants to work in a bank or in Indian Railways
Highlights: We are supporting Prem for his higher studies in grade 11th at Gaya College; he is completing his intermediate course with maths, physics, chemistry & English. Prem has just finished his matriculation, and he is a very talented and hard working student. Prem father is a farmer but he has no land. He has to work for a landlord and makes very little money to support his family of six.
Highlights: We are supporting Poonam for her higher studies in grade 12th at Gaya College; she is completing her intermediate with commerce, accounts & English. Poonam has just finished her 11th grade, and she is a very hard working and ambitious student. Recently she took admission at Lakshya Institute of IIT in order to fulfil her dream to became an engineer. Poonam’s mother is a housewife and her father is a painter, earning 250 to 300 rupees a day. It’s very hard for him to support his family of eight.
Ambition: wants to work for Indian Railways
Highlights: Rahul Kumar is enthusiastic about the program at the Maa Bageshwari College, Gaya, where he wants to get his B. Sc. We have also registered him at Oxbridge Communication Center in Gaya to provide him with a quality English classes. Currently, Rahul is just beginning his higher education and he is very enthusiastic about his graduate studies program. Because his father is mentally sick, his mother has to work as a farmer to support her family.
Highlights: We are supporting Rampati for his higher studies in grade 13th at Gaya College; he will be completing his graduation with maths, physics, chemistry & English. Rampati has just finished his intermediate course. He is very gifted at mathematics and very serious about his studies. Rampati’s father is a daily wage worker and his mother is a housewife. They struggle to support their family of six.