Donate to Susy Boys' Home

As children, we’re taught ‘anything’s possible.’ But as we grow up we realize it can take more than dreams to make this powerful statement a reality. M.O.S.E.S. Ministries want to be the dream makers who, with the help of inspired and chosen people by God, will make the dreams of marginalized and orphan children come alive and true.

As you read this we hope and pray that you will be touched and want to become partners with us in being dream makers for these marginalized and orphan children in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, India.

We have a big list of needs that you can choose from to fund for the orphaned and marginalized children in India. You can view the needs list by clicking on this link and see if you would like to make one of them as your project individually or as an organization. We will send you added information if you require it.

Susy Boys' Home is a non-profit, non-government organization. All donations received (after bank fees) are spent on the children in India. We do not spend donations on TV advertising or magazine campaigns.

We are praying and hoping for personal and corporate sponsors to cover running expenses and our needs list.

We request you, as a website visitor, to let others know about Susy Boys' Home.

If you would like to contribute to this cause, please contact any of the people listed on the right side of this page.

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India is a country of extremes. There are children who do not even get one full meal in a day. Most just drink 'rice soup' (a little rice boiled in lots of water with a little salt to taste) and consider themselves lucky for that day.

Orphans and marginalized children are always confronted with immense psychological and social problems. As they grow older, they are also vulnerable to maltreatment (harassment and violence), economic exploitation and sexual abuse, due to lack of care and protection. These risks and other vulnerabilities are likely to harm their future livelihoods as well. A sustained commitment to protecting and improving the lives of these orphaned and marginalized children is required so as to ensure that their needs are addressed.

More than half the children and young people of India live in poverty and many more are malnourished. Millions of children work in sweatshops or are sold into slavery to pay off their parents' debts. There is also a growing trade in child prostitution. There are 41 million Indians without a home. Many live in the slums of India's largest cities like Hyderabad.

The loss of one or both parents, causes a child to have psychological and social problems. It, also, reduces a child's chances of starting, continuing, or completing school. As they grow older, they become vulnerable to sexual abuse and possible HIV/AIDS infection. These risks and other vulnerabilities are likely to harm their future as well. There are no shortcuts or quick solutions to these problems facing orphans and marginalized children. A sustained commitment to protecting and improving the lives of these orphaned children is required so as to ensure that their needs are addressed.