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I visited this home as I wanted to make a donation. I was shown around by a Sister and it was lovely to interact with the people and kids with disabilities. The children were at school. The home is very humble and they live very...More
You can visit the place or offer some seva according to your schedule and plans
We spent one week repainting and decorating the hall in the orphanage which was very good experience
If you go and have some time just ask the sisters how you...More
While the Taj was indeed beautiful we will likely remember our visit here as more significant. The work done by the nuns is a beautiful and selfless gift to those who society has left behind. If you see this as an attraction, it is not...More
If you are in the city of Agra then go to this place. It `s worth to help. Do some shopping (some food, some clothes) and bring them to the nuns. The place is very important for the local community and politics do not help....More
When you visit this place, you will understand the value of giving and selfless service to the society. Mother Teresa had dedicated her entire life serving the poor and needy people. She had won a Noble Prize also and had attained Sainthood. Must visit this...More
The Missionaries of Charity (Latin: Missionariarum a Caritate) is a Roman Catholic (Latin Church) religious congregation established in 1950 by Mother Teresa, now known in the Catholic Church as Saint Teresa of Calcutta. In 2012 it consisted of over 4,500 religious sisters. Members of the...More
I live in Agra at least two months in a year,and have tried to bring candy on Sunday whenever possible. I the past, I have taught some of the children. In 1990, Saint Theresa,blessed me in Calcutta,and I decided I had to give love where...More
So heartfelt, the orphaned children and adults with special needs. The children just cling to you when holding, so overwhelmed with emotion. Please go, hold the children and donate as much as possible as who else will care for them💓🙏🏽
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You can get a taxi to the orphanage, the gates are locked but you will be let in. You just need to say you’re there to give a donation. They will gratefully take anything off you, there really is not much there. If you can’t... More
You can get a taxi to the orphanage, the gates are locked but you will be let in. You just need to say you’re there to give a donation. They will gratefully take anything off you, there really is not much there. If you can’t make it in person to donate, then I would suggest giving them a call, to ensure someone can receive your donation. The nuns spoke English, Spanish and Italian in the 30 minutes I was there.