The main aim of the organisation is to provide education under privilege children and create a better and quality of life to them. Day Spring Centre believes education can build a better future. Day Spring Centre also conduct health camp, awareness and capacity building to the nearby community.
Presently Day Spring Centre is running a hostel in Chennai with 20 children. With a view to empower women, we have formed SHGs for the women, to in-still in their hearts the needs to save for the future. We also provide awareness to women in various fields like health and hygiene. We provide them legal advice counselling for their various needs. We also implement programs aimed at the youth. We conduct various awareness programs for the youth that include Health, hygiene and Leadership trainings.
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The Day Spring Centre founder ‘Esther Rani’ has 20 years of experience. She loved her job. Initially she worked as a director of a NGO, but she was not satisfied and she really wanted to do something more to the society. Then, she started the organisation “Day Spring Centre” initially focused on self-help group and later focus shifted to the children.
Most of the children have completed the graduation and working in private companies, hospitals, hotels. Day Spring Centre also focus on community by conducting awareness program, medical camp through which more than 400 people have been benefited. We have managed to run the program through local contribution, now we have certain requirements which will be helpful for run the organization in better way. Now the needs of the organization are materials for constructing new building, vehicle for transporting children to school.
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