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A word from the Chairman

 

 

The orphanage in Laxmipur was started around 30 years ago.
M
y father, along with some village elders were concerned
with the level of children that were orphans living rough on
the streets and had absolutely nowhere to go.  They decided
to open a small tin shelter to cater for a handful of children.
S
ome 30 years later and by kind donations of like minded
people, we now have a 4 storey building looking after around

500 children. From Chittagong to Kulna, Dinajpur to Sylhet,
relatives of orphans have been coming to the orphanage
enquiring about spaces. Its heart-breaking when we have to
urn them away as we just don't have the space or manpower
to look after the orphans.

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For only 82p per day (£25 Per Month), we can take care of needs of an orphan and equip them to tackle society in a head strong and positive manner. I urge you to please donate a minimum of £25 per month. We sit cocooned in our own little world oblivious to what's going on around us, no fault of our own as we are not normally exposed to the sufferings of third world countries, but I have seen it all first hand and believe me, I've never felt so powerless in my entire life.

 

We can't do it alone and desperately need your help. For the price of a mars bar, or a packet of crisps a day, we have an amazing opportunity to change a child's life.

 

Thank you so much for your kind support,

 

Mohammad Abdur Rab

The orphanage in Laxmipur was started around 30 years ago. My father, along with some village elders were concerned with the level of children that were orphans living rough on the streets and had absolutely nowhere to go.  They decided to open a small tin shelter to cater for a handful of children. Some 30 years later and by kind donations of like minded people, we now have a 4 storey building looking after around 500 children. From Chittagong to Kulna, Dinajpur to Sylhet, relatives of orphans have been coming to the orphanage enquiring about spaces. Its heart-breaking when we have to turn them away as we just don't have the space or manpower
to look after the orphans.