Meet Some of Our Team
For the past 14 years, Mrs. Saroja has been working among many poor people-groups living on the outskirts of her city helping them with:
- Distribution of blankets, clothes, groceries and other necessities for homeless and needy people.
- Running free tuition centers for children in slums.
- Counselling for rape victims, acid attack victims, and domestically abused ladies and youth.
- As well as spreading environmental awareness and plantation of trees along with the Forest Department.
For the past 28 years Mr. Manoj has worked in the Not-For-Profit sector.
He has also served as father and friend, in his 20 years of work as the director of a neighborhood style children’s home.
He supervised the social workers, housemothers and oversaw the care and education of 168 children at a time.
His experience includes, but is not limited to:
- Child protection.
- Counselling, training, and development.
- conflict and crisis management.
- Policy and program development.
- Budget and resource management.
- Community/urban/rural development.
Although her education path is in the medical field, her main passion is the rescue and humane treatment of animals.
The dogs we are currently training to be therapy dogs for our school, were rescued off the streets by Shefali and her husband.
The use of therapy dogs in a school setting provides:
- A non-stressful, non-judgmental environment
- Increases self-confidence.
- Decreases anxiety.
- Dramatically increases positive moods.
- Eases social isolation and helps children learn social skills.
- Helps young readers gain confidence.
Since Childhood, Mrs. Hans has had a strong desire to connect orphaned and abandoned children into happy homes.
Her work for Future And A Hope Ministries includes:
- Working with architects and engineers in the land search, and natural building design.
- Designing systems for sustainable agriculture as a Permaculture Designer.
- Sourcing team members and staff through reliable networks.
- Training and lodging dogs for our therapy dogs program.
“God places the lonely in families; He sets the prisoners free and gives them joy.”A Psalm of David 68:6 a,b