Through CNEWA, you can reach out to the outcast in some of India’s most desperate places. Many are members of the Dalit — the “untouchables” — India’s poorest social caste.
Some are like Priti. A 10 year-old orphan, she scrubbed floors for a wealthy family who beat her, until she managed to flee. Others are street kids like Hiran and Anika, who've never been outside their dismal slum.
CNEWA works with India’s churches and religious sisters to help the poor survive. With support from you, we’ll continue to ensure their schools, orphanages, clinics and pastoral programs carry on their important work.
You’ll help children, families and elderly people — who need you most — leave the darkness behind.