You would have only heard of rebirth but we are living it. The only difference is that we call it born again if only you could read faces you will known what we feel. We bet we are happier than before.Our smile says it all . . .

PANKAJA

She was mentally imbalanced. She was not able to open her eyes and her head was full of lice and nits. Apparently, some street boys had mauled and sexually abused her. Some people rescued her from the boys. Knowing about the Home of Hope they called Auto Raja and he brought her here. Her transformation is incredible; one who could not speak is now has no problem in conversing with others.

POOJA

She is from Maharashtra but we do not know about her family details. She was on road for some time on the streets of Bangalore when the Police brought her here. She was weak and bony and on the verge of death when she came here, but she has now transformed wonderfully and helping us as a volunteer.

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RATHNAMMA

She came for work from Bihar to Bangalore. She has a 10 year old son. We are unable to trace her family details. Her hair was full entangled and she was staying in unhygienic conditions on the road before she came here. With us she has transformed wonderfully, helping as a volunteer and her son too is having his basic right to education as he attends school with other children.

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RAHUL

Rahul, was two years old, when his mother, a victim of severe depression and also mentally challenged, abandoned him on the streets. Though we still haven’t found his mother, Rahul has most certainly grown up into a fine, school going boy, under God’s care.

SAMPATI

‘Sampati’ is a young Telugu girl sexually harassed while on the street and was bought to us by the police and our rescue team. Today, she is the mother of a one and a half year old baby, whom we’ve all named Deborah.

ROSHAN

Roshan is a mentally challenged person, who didn’t even have the strength to walk, when we rescued him from Nagwara. It’s been over 10 years since he came and life seems to have changed dramatically for him, ever since he joined us. He is enthusiastic about doing any work he is given to do-Infact, it makes us happy to watch him, as well ! Roshan will be getting married this month and Chief Minister Kumaraswamy is expected to come and bless the newly weds.

KAMALAMMA

Kamalamma spent 15 years on the streets, opposite the Coimbatore Collector’s Office, amidst the filthy garbage thrown carelessly around her and with the dogs. Today, she helps the rest of the ‘Home of Hope family’ as caretaker of the laundry department And that’s brings us to the end of our story of how one changed life can light up other lives to start a chain reaction in society. Everybody has the right to live and to live well. Though our loved ones come from such harsh backgrounds, the best part is that when they leave the world, they leave happy and with a smile on their faces- and isn’t that what we were called to do? To be a light in the world so that when the people see our good deeds, they might praise our Father in heaven.