When the tsunami hit South India on 26 December 2004, our Foundation was in South India within 50 days. We still have a Children’s home there with 36 orphaned and semi orphaned children living full time under loving care. They receive education, all meals, clothes, tutoring, medical care and sports every day. We have had many graduate college and become engineers, electricians, nurses and some go into commerce.
We also have an educational program to help local village children, both pre-school and after school. They receive food, tutoring from licensed teachers, English language help and any school supplies needed.
After treating over 10,000 patients in our medical clinic, we are in the process of moving it to a different location. It will reopen approximately 1 MARCH 2014. Patients receive non-emergency care at greatly reduced rates to allow the poorest villagers to get meaningful medical care.