Our First Children’s Home
Victory House, our first home started in the year 1997 in a rented home in Vagator – Goa. In 2000, we managed to buy a run down house in Saligao. We renovated and shifted Victory House there. It is a home filled with fun and activities for roughly 70-80 children between the age of 8-12 years . They attend different schools.
Mr. Dinesh Daniel is the house manager. If you would like to schedule a visit please contact him at:
Victory House, Cotula Vaddo Saligao Goa, 403511 +91 832 6513295 firstname.lastname@example.org
Meaning: The Presence of God on Earth
Shekinah House was our second home, situated in Assagao together with House of Norma, House of Kathleen, and Rainbow House. It was inaugurated in the year 2000. There are around 50 to 70 boys aged 10 and above living in Shekinah House enjoying the love and freedonof this substantial home.
Our boys are attending the formal school and Shanti Niketan School. Few of our boys are going to college to pursue their further education. We have conducted medical checkups at our home throughout the year for our children. We teach children about discipline and character building values.
Mr. Jithu Mundackal is the house manager. If you would like to schedule a visit please contact him at:
Vol Vaddo, Assagao, Bardez, Goa, 403507 +91 832 6513295 email@example.com
A Sign of Promise
Rainbow House is our third home, situated in Assagao together with Shekinah House and House of Kathleen. In the year 1999 – 2000, Andreas Toscano, a traveller from Germany had seen the plight of the girl children in India and wanted to set up a home for the girls. He mortgaged his farm and bought a house for EL Shaddai to set up a home for girls.
This home is a safe heaven for roughly 50-70 girls, aged betweed 10 – 16 years. Each of these children have a story of struggle. The children participate in various activities such as talent shows, games, dramas, dances, speeches, and monologues.
Contact us at:
Rainbow House, Bairo Alto, Assagao, Goa, 403507 +91 832 2268640 firstname.lastname@example.org
In Memory of Kathleen Moreman
House of Kathleen was our fourth home, situated in Assagao together with Shekinah House, House of Norma & Rainbow House. This house was donated by Ted Moreman. After 53 years of happy and content marriage, the death of his wife, Kathleen, left an indescribable void in Ted’s life who purchased a permanent home in April 2002 for the under privileged children of India. It now has around 50 to 70 of our youngest children aged from 2 to 7; both boys and girls.
We conduct different types of fun-filled activities for the children such as dramas, musical chairs, blind man’s buff, drawing, and colouring etc
Visiting house of Kathleeen and meeting the innocent young children will always give you a joyful experience. These are young toddlers who were supposed to be with their parents. Unfortunately, their life was at risk because they either have no parents or their parents are in a vulnerable situation.
Ms. Usha Nair is the house manager. If you would like to schedule a visit please contact her at:
House of Kathleen, Baira-Alto, Assagao, Bardez, Goa, 403507 +91 832 2268630 email@example.com
Meaning: A Home of Light
Roshni Nilaya is our fifth Home, situated in Revora. Initially, this house was utilized by our senior boys who used to attend college and were prepared to get ready for living an independent life. We have now made it into our new residential children‘s home named Roshni Nilaya. It is a Home for around 50 to 70 boys approximately, aged 6 to 10 years. These boys are enrolled at a local formal school.
The boys enjoy participating in quizzes, talent shows, dances, dramas, and games/competitions. The home is tucked away from all the noise and situated in a beautiful village near Revora Church.
Mr. Raju Venkatesh, who grew up in El Shaddai with his four siblings, is the house manager. If you would like to schedule a visit please contact him at:
Roshani Nilaya, Near Revora church, Revora, Goa, 403513 +91 832 2211020 firstname.lastname@example.org
Meaning: In Memory of Norma Harnalt
House of Norma, started in the year 2014, is a home for girls. It is our sixth home situated in Assagao together with Shekinah House, House of Kathleen, and Rainbow House. Our generous donor, Christopher Harnalt named this home after his mother, Norma. It currently houses around 50 to 70 girls aged from 7 to 12. Our girls are enrolled into the nearby formal school and Shanti Niketan School.
The girls enjoy quizzes, talent shows, dances, dramas and games/competitions.
Ms. Nunnem Haolai is the house manager. If you would like to schedule a visit please contact her at:
House of Norma, Valle Vaddo, Assagao, Bardez Goa, 403507 +91 832 6513288 email@example.com
Meaning: Born in the Spring
House of Verna is a new home started in Spring of 2017 with the help of many generous people. El Shaddai has been working in South Goa for many years. We had come across many children who needed care and protection. After a great effort and struggle, we managed to acquire a home and renovated it. This is will be the home for roughly 70 -75 children who live in the slums and streets of South Goa. This home has been started for the purpose of rescuing children of sex workers in and around the slums of Verna to give them a new hope. We have started the home with 35 children and we are looking for more sponsors to support us with this project.
Mr. Francis Tavares is the house manager. If you would like to schedule a visit please contact him at:
House of Verna, H.no:35, Bamborda, Verna, Salcette, Goa, 403722 0832-2782672 firstname.lastname@example.org
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