World LetzChange Fundraising
DEVA KIRUBAI SOCIAL HELP ASSOCIATION (DKSHA), a not-for-profit organization established in 1993 in Tamil Nadu, South India. We help disadvantaged children and their families to become empowered and self-sustaining in their lives.
One of the main projects we have on the agenda is the construction of a new children dining hall. Our current dining hall was built under high power lines. Local authorities at that time said the lines are kept idle (no power is going in them). But in 2016, a thunderstorm broke the power lines. When the lines fell, they damaged the entire electrical installation and presented a serious danger to the children and to the staff. The local Power Department is not able to move those lines to any other area, so we need a safer location for the dining hall, so that we decided to extend the existing main building. The construction works are currently undergoing. The costs thereof are a heavy financial weight for our orphanage to carry, especially as we work in full independence towards the local authorities.
To help us carrying out the dining hall project in good conditions, we would like to kindly solicit your support. We sincerely hope that you can find an interest in our project.
We have started today a fundraising campaign on a platform called LetzChange. Please see the link below to find out more about DKSHA, the project and the steps to donate.
We aim at being fully transparent with donors’ funding and have a serious accounting policy. That is one of the reasons important donors have trusted us throughout the years.
If you would be interested to support our orphanage on a different matter, we are also involved in other projects, from the empowerment of local farmers and women to evening tuition in local villages. We offer a detailed account of the recurring costs we bear to help the children live in proper conditions.
Please do not hesitate to reach out to us. We will do our best to answer any question you could have with pleasure! Any feedback of the work we conduct would be greatly welcomed.