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Wed, October 8, 2014 3:35pm
posted by YGB in Success Stories
Catch up with Our Students at Deenabandhu Deenabandhu Trust Children's Home currently has 36 girls and 42 boys under its care.  With your kind support all the 21 children under your sponsorship are covered till the end of March 2015. And YGB is committed to fund each child at a minimum of five years with your support. Deenabandhu accepts children who have absolutely no other places to... read more
Tue, August 19, 2014 12:15pm
posted by YGB in News & Events, Success Stories
The New Academic Year at Deenabandhu is one of excitement and promise!
Deenabandhu Trust Children's Home currently has 36 girls and 42 boys under its care.  With your kind support all the 21 children under your sponsorship are covered till the end of March 2015.
Deenabandhu accepts children who have absolutely no other places to go. Every child has survived through traumatic experiences... read more
Wed, August 13, 2014 9:40am
posted by YGB in News & Events, Success Stories
All the children at Deenabandhu are excited with their new academic year.
Deenabandhu Trust Children's Home currently has 36 girls and 42 boys under its care.  With your kind support all the 21 children under your sponsorship are covered till the end of March 2015. 
 

Ganglo attends 4th standard at Deenabandhu Primary School. He is developing into a fine young man with fine... read more
Mon, July 28, 2014 2:01pm
posted by YGB in Success Stories
PURE INTERNATIONAL SPONSOR OF SHE – Support for Higher Education
 

Girls are essential agents of change in breaking the poverty and deprivation cycle. YGB is truly grateful to have the support of our first corporate sponsor Pure International, headquartered in Hong Kong, through its Corporate Responsibility Program (CSR) initiative. It now funds higher education for ten rural girls in... read more
Thu, July 3, 2014 12:34pm
posted by YGB in Success Stories
PURE INTERNATIONAL SPONSOR OF SHE – Support for Higher Education
Girls are essential agents of change in breaking the poverty and deprivation cycle. YGB is truly grateful to have the support of our first corporate sponsor Pure International, headquartered in Hong Kong, through its Corporate Responsibility Program (CSR) initiative. It now funds higher education for ten rural girls in West Bengal... read more
Sun, June 29, 2014 3:50pm
posted by YGB in Success Stories
This smiling girl is Ajeeta. Things sadly did not start well for Ajeeta who as an orphan was sold into child labor. In May 2011 Ajeeta ran away from her employer and was found as a ticket-less passenger on a train by Deenabandhu Trust’s part-time driver. He took Ajeeta to Deenabandhu Children's Home Karnataka where she was welcomed with open arms.
With no prior education before becoming a... read more
Mon, June 16, 2014 7:31pm
posted by YGB in Success Stories
I am delighted and grateful to report to you that this new film premiered and received an amazing response at the Asia Yoga Conference in Hong Kong last Sunday!! Thank you again for your most generous support to enable us to produce and share this powerful story with the global yoga community and beyond!! I hope you enjoy this film and share with your community, too!! YGB FILMS is one of our most... read more
Thu, June 12, 2014 10:08pm
posted by YGB in Success Stories
 
In 2011, "Shakti Samya" in Tripuranagar Village, West Bengal became the first fund recipient group for YGB's direct funding program "Sister Aid". YGB started providing micro loans to 22 mothers and education funds for 22 daughters. With your support, this program now funds more than 200 mothers and 200 daughters in 2014!  YGB 's local NGO partner NISHTHA  administers the loans,... read more
Sat, May 31, 2014 2:31pm
posted by YGB in Success Stories
This beautiful smiling face is Giini, she is one of the 21 children your kind donations enable Yoga Gives Back direct fund program,  "Sister Aid" to fund at the Deenabanhu Trust Children's Home for a minimum of 5 years. 
 
Giini is known in the home for her positivity and very innocent smile. Like many girls in the home, she is learning Bharatanatyam dancing which suites her... read more
Mon, May 5, 2014 4:30pm
posted by YGB in Success Stories
 Lucia’s start in life was tough as her alcoholic bigamist farther died before Lucia celebrated her first Birthday; this meant her mother had to support both Lucia and her older brother as a single parent. Lucia’s mother struggled to look after both children and requested Deenabandhu Trust Children's Home to look after Lucia’s brother in October 2009, which they did.... read more

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