Dayspring Home opened in 2004 on 6 acres of land located in Chittoor, a rural area outside of Virudhunagar. 20-30 children between the ages of 6 and 18 are in our care.
Some come to live in our care because they have been affected or infected by HIV/AIDS.
Some have lost parents to TB.
Some come to us simply because they were vulnerable and living in poverty.
Provides a safe, stable and nurturing environment for children to develop
Ensures that all children have access to education and healthcare
Surrounds the children with qualified staff and a loving community network
Guarantees a bright future, through technical institutes, further education or apprenticeships
Blossom Trust is responsible for the management and operations of the home. We rely on private donations to cover operating expenses – roughly USD $11,500 per year.
Providing a child with food and expenses costs just $25 per month.
Dayspring Farm was established in 2002 to provide a sustainable source of food for the children. The farm is located next to Dayspring Home on the 3 of the 6 acres of land and is maintained by the local farmer and volunteers who tend to the livestock and crops.