Teachers play a major role in moulding our children to make them responsible citizens of tomorrow. This month the children along with the non-teaching staff and the management organized a surprise for the teachers for Teacher’s Day. It was celebrated on 4th September 2015.The occasion was graced by the MD of El Shaddai Charitable Trust. Teachers were given a heroic welcome and felicitated by presenting them with a potted plant. Shanti Niketan school children entertained the teachers with different performances followed by games. It was a day of delight for the teachers to see the talents of their students performing various shows.Lastly teachers were served lunch and screening of a movie made a complete teacher’s day. The school takes the pride to honour Sir. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan. We can never thank teachers enough for their immense contribution in a children’s life.

Thank You

Mathew Kurian
Managing Trustee
El Shaddai Charitable Trust

At our Asha Deep centre, we currently have 55 children Regularly coming to the shelter for food, care & education and also we have regularly 45 children attending Sahara centre in Old Goa. We are regularly conducting tuition classes and vocational training.

Our Stepping Stone street Child Rescue centre has around 159 children. We have children coming daily to our shelter for food, bathing, education and fresh clothing. Currently we are functioning 6 slum schools in different parts of Margao slum and construction areas.

El Shaddai Charitable Trust works for orphans, street children and children coming from economically underprivileged conditions.Children are cared and provided with food, clothing, shelter and education, for a better future. We have residential Homes, Day Care Centres, Community Centres, and Cottages for the seniors who are attending University, Colleges, Technical Institutions and Professional Training Centres & working with us as Trainees & Staff.

We have Manna Khana free food distribution programme on week days.We have a number of schools in the slum areas providing educational facilities to the slum children. In addition to this, our Outreach Projects continue to benefit and change lives in South-West States of India. El Shaddai has impacted over 3500 children and continues to touch more lives through its various initiatives.

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