A main goal of our recent trip to India was supporting and visiting the Nijoloy House, a refuge and home for vulnerable girls in Kolkata.
This remarkable program restores safety, community and self-sufficiency to girls rescued from human trafficking, domestic violence, loss of family and more. They learn skills like block printing, tailoring, and spice grinding -- earning money as they learn. London's TopShop is one client. These are some of the bravest young women we've ever met, fearless and joyful in the wake of pain.
The House is one project of Women's Interlink Foundation, which runs programs for women across India.
We've already helped the girls get a new refrigerator and water filtration system.
Together, we can also support some other much needed renovations, the basics of keeping the girls safe.
A $10,000 rise will supply:
new toilets and plumbing, new doors and windows, electrical system repairs and coverage of a dangerous open drain for the 100 girls now staying at the House.
Will you join us in sharing from our commuity to theirs?
All contributions are tax deductible.
Pam Moore & Margaret Woodhull