Children living in orphanages and shelter homes know that they don't have all a child with parents has. This makes them more susceptible to face depression and despair at a young age when instead they should be enjoying even the tiniest moments of their lives. Noting the social distance as a mandatory regime, our Muskaan program has delivered indoor games to help fight every destructive emotion and bond with each other.Donate Now
It’s hard for us to imagine without a roof over our heads. Do you know how it must feel to live on the streets or in a government shelter?
Life can be stressful enough for an adult homeless person, but imagine a homeless child living in the streets. Although we cannot solve homelessness overnight, our Muskaan initiative is definitely trying to support such kids with nutrition, education, and lots of warmth.
Muskaan means “smile,” and that is precisely what we want to deliver to the children, fostering in government shelters away from their parents.