Educate a Child

Children’s Hope India is proud to launch our Educate-A-Child program in partnership with the Laxmidevi Vikyomal Shroff School, Prerna Kiran Public School, and more recently, the Children’s Hope India Girls School in Bhopal, India.

Your donation covers all educational expenses for the child – including school fees, text books, note books, stationery, calculator, uniform, and sweater. In addition, the child is provided medical coverage and a mid-day nutritious meal. While in school, students are encouraged to get vocational training, coaching for standardized exams, and earn scholarships or qualify for additional monthly rations in special cases.

Educate a Child in India

Program Details

How is the money used?
$200 covers the educational expenses for 1 child for 1 year. This includes:

  • School fees at Laxmidevi Vikyomal Shroff & Prerna Kiran Public School in Bhopal
  • Textbooks, supplies, stationary
  • Uniform and sweaters
  • Healthcare coverage
  • Daily mid-day nutritious meal
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    What does CHI provide donors?
    Donors receive:

  • Details of the child and photograph
  • “Day in the life” video
  • Annual progress report
  • Guided on-site visit, if desired
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    How are children enrolled?
    Our volunteer team surveys under served areas of Bhopal and identifies children needing education — irrespective of caste, color or creed. We enroll them depending on the amount of funds available.

    Make a difference in a child’s life today! Click on the button below to make a donation.

    Once donation is received, you will be contacted with details of the child, including a photograph, as well as a video and yearly report on their progress. We can also facilitate an on-site visit, if desired.

    A DONATION OF 56 ¢ PER DAY COVERS THE EDUCATION EXPENSES AND PROVIDES MEDICAL CARE AND A DAILY MEAL FOR 1 CHILD FOR 1 FULL YEAR. DON’T DELAY — A CHILD IS WAITING.

    Thanks to our generous supporters, Children’s Hope India Girls School opened in 2018.

    Girls School India
    Indian Girl Students