SUPPORT A STUDENT
FOR $2 A DAY
That’s only $60 a month that will change a student’s life forever!
Prakash for India needs your help TODAY to give young, marginalized Indian nationals vocational training, leadership development and life skills education to put them on a better path to live with hope and dignity.
WHAT DOES YOUR
MONTHLY GIFT PROVIDE?
Educational and Vocational Programs:
Provides training in skilled trades so our students can sustain themselves and live with dignity.
Equips our students to grow and duplicate themselves to become a significant developmental force for their country.
STARTING POINT Discipleship Program:
Shares the love and grace of Jesus Christ and teaches our students Christian principles so they can live with
Resources for Repairs and Maintenance:
Maintains our facilities and keeps them in proper working order.
Will You Partner With Us?
Further the vision for Prakash and commit to supporting a student today.
Sustained donations enable us to strategically expand and provide innovative tools and resources to our students, staff, and surrounding communities.
For nearly 45 years, Prakash for India has been equipping young Indian men and women with marketable skills to become godly business owners, spouses, parents and leaders in their communities living self-reliant lives with hope and dignity.
In 1961, Vernon and Mildred Hart traveled to Kodaikanal, South India for a short-term missions assignment. In the process, Harts fell in love with India’s people. They developed a burden for those in poverty who had no visible means of acquiring a trade ….
Leaving Prakash was VERY difficult. Loren said that he didn’t want a big send-off, but Suresh and Shini came. So we had a “family” picture. We have known the girls since babies and Nupi and Suresh lived with us for 3 months when they were first married. The RGI girls...
Always in the list of things to do is a visit to all the PBI classrooms. I had visited the girls at RGI several times but had not gotten over to the Trade Center. The boys are always so fun to see. I told them that they looked so handsome in their new uniforms....
The weather has been sooo HOT and during the night we had a thunderstorm that was almost freakish. It felt like the building was being hit by lightning. I said, “Lord, could you not have done all this at 8 am instead of 4:30 am?” It did make is much cooler, but the...
A village trip is always on our agenda. Last year it was just TOO hot (118 degrees) to go, so even though it is the hottest February in 100 years in India we still went out to two Pardhi villages. My desire was to give some motherly comfort and love to two orphan...
Erik, a Pausa Board member actually arrived before the 50th Celebration, but I was so busy I didn’t have time to write a Journal about it. Soooo Here goes. Again, there was a “Hearty Welcome” from all the students with a garland, songs and a fabulous dance by the...
We visited the RGI girls Friday to see classes and they were making their vests for the program and the flowers for decorations. AMAZING They made all their own patterns. They made their own template and design for the flower decorations. The Theme for the program was...