New Ark Mission of India - Home of Hope (IND-52)


Type: Health - Country: India

Brief description and main aims

The New Ark Mission of India was started in 1997 by Mr. T. Raja. It is an organization solely dedicated to rescuing and rebuilding the lives of the destitute and dying people of the streets. The Home of Hope is a centre of the New Ark Mission of India.

Today, the home accommodates and cares for more than 200 residents who have been rescued from the most inhumane and unhygienic circumstances. It is a place of solace and shelter for people who are suffering from AIDS, cancer and kidney failures besides many who are mentally challenged. The residents who were once disowned by their families and doomed to fend for them have found a new reason to live. These 170 residents would have been a statistic on the list of Bangalore’s unidentified dead if Raja had not reached them.

The New Ark Mission of India has marked a turning point for the destitute people of India. It has laid a true foundation for the transformation of lives of those on the streets. We are greatly honored to present this website to bring to light the work of this organization to a local and a global audience.

Main Activities

We work:
  • To rescue the destitute and the dying people from the streets.
  • To enrich their lives with hope and purpose.
  • To provide them  a shelter, care and medication.
  • To impart education for children rescued from the streets.
  • To rescue 1000 lives by the year 2010.
  • To empower such individuals with vocational training so as to enable them to become selfsupporting and self reliant.
  • To improve basic amenities offered to the residents so that they would lead a fulfilled, noble life and death.
  • To catalyze overall development of the homeless people, NAMI hopes to collaborate with mainstream institutions (both corporate and not-for-profit organizations) that are willing to provide support through finance, medical care, education and volunteers to help support the mission and vision of the organization.
  • To open the 'Home of Hope' Centre in each and every state across the country.
  • To transform the nation with greater and stronger values of service towards the underprivileged.

Volunteer tasks

We would be honored if you can lend us a helping hand at our Home of Hope. Be a part of the rescuing team or volunteer to help around the campus, it’s your choice and the experience you will share with our residents will change your life forever. They will be priviledged to enjoy your company. Community study, case study and any particular issue pertaining to children’s.
 
The volunteer is expected to:
  • Participate in our daily routine programme like Organizations activity centre, home.
  • Teach and work  at the day care centre for children, people with disability and Senior citizen.
  • Assist the administration and documentation
  • Network with similar minded organisations and people.
  • Help in the kitchen and with the campus cleaning.
  • Carry out outdoor and indoor activities.
  • Help the staff rescue people.

Volunteer requirements / Skills

The volunteer should:
  • be pen-minded .
  • able to adjust.
  • love the poor & PWD and senior citizens.
  • Have a helping nature.
  • Be hard working.
  • Always have a smiling face

Location

The New Ark Mission - Home of Hope is located in a rural environment.The climate is not too cold or too hot. We try to develop the projects with the least disturbance to the environment. The buildings are made comfortable to stay at. There are many languages spoken in The New Ark Mission, Home of Hope.

The economical environment is quite typical. The New Ark Mission, Home of Hope is situated more then 15 km outside Bangalore on Doddagubbi village. They are in side of the main road and there is a regular bus service to and from the city and also this organization near by Visthar and next to Karnataka Rehabilitation Centre.

Duration

Minimum: 4 weeks
Maximum: up to one year

Hosting Situation (Board and Lodging)

The host project provides guest house to volunteers as well as food and security.

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