Tushar Naveen Singh quit school, left his village and headed for Delhi in search of manual labor to help his father who worked as a laborer support his large family. Naveen was earning Rs. 500/month in a factory before signing up for computer classes at Children’s Hope India’s CH Prayas project in New Delhi. After […]
Tushar Narwade was born with cataracts in both eyes; however, his parents, who worked in a sugar factory, could not afford the surgery. When Tushar was 7 years old, his parents brought him to the Children’s Hope India funded Dekhna Hai Mujhe Project in Pune, where he received surgery on both his eyes. After 7 […]
It was a silver jubilee fit for royalty as nearly 500 guests from the Tri-State area celebrated 25 years of Children’s Hope India (CHI), and the organization’s mission to transform the lives of underprivileged children, at Pier Sixty in Chelsea Piers on Saturday, October 28th. There was food; there was dancing; there was the honoring […]
LONG ISLAND, NY, September 17, 2017 – Children’s Hope India’s teen leadership group, CH3, held its annual walk-a-thon on Sunday, September 17th at Eisenhower Park where they raised a record amount of money to send underprivileged children from local Long Island shelters to summer camp. The event, which was organized and led by the teens, […]
CH2 Hosts Cocktails and Conversation Event at the Harvard Club By Lavina Melwani – Read more at Lassi with Lavina ‘Compassion’ is a word not often used by CEOs and powerhouses of the corporate world but this was the secret mantra, the secret sauce handed over to young aspiring entrepreneurs and would-be taipans by Chandrika Tandon, […]
At the ‘Hope in Hyderabad’ Gala, Hope indeed became Reality! Thanks to all you who support CHI, it was the caring efforts of so many individuals that made the evening possible.
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The 2015 Children’s Hope India Gala set a new record with its Educate India initiative raising over $ 1 million for children’s education in India. Over 450 guests attended the very successful event on October 11 at Pier Sixty in Manhattan, NYC, where Prakash Melwani and Manjul Bhargava were honored for their contributions to the cause of education for underprivileged children in India.