Philip found refuge in our Home for Boys, where he received a free education, food, and medical care. He is in turn changing lives at our general hospital as an integral member of our staff.
Patrick received a free education at our first school in Calcutta. That initial foundation has launched him through several amazing life opportunities, including a home and family in the USA.
Ian was one of five siblings from a poor family looking for a quality and affordable education in Calcutta. He found a placement in our school and has followed his dreams ever since.
Papai was born with no eyes. Abandoned by his family, he is now enjoying an education, free medical care, and individualized support at the Calcutta Blind School.
Reena began as a student at one of our primary schools and has pursued her studies up on through the School of Nursing. The world open to her, Reena is bringing hope and opportunity to thousands of patients as a nurse at Mercy Hospital.
For Sharmistha, a nursing career not only allows her to care for young patients in our hospital’s pediatric ward. It provides a good salary that meets her needs while also feeding her parents and funding her brother’s education.
Chrisma was not the average nursing student. Warmly named the ‘class clown’ at the School of Nursing, today she spreads cheer throughout our hospital, making every day a good day for patients receiving free care.
Diana is a nurse at Mercy Hospital, intent on helping the people who are the least valued by society. To make a big impact, she hopes to pursue a higher degree at the College of Nursing, with the help of a monthly sponsor.
Banani is a dedicated nurse to some of our most critical patients. Sponsorship makes it possible for her continue her education at our College of Nursing.
Asha never could have prepared for the loss of her father during her first year in nursing school. The support of classmates and sponsors have helped her realize the dream her father encouraged: to pursue a career in nursing.