Cheshire Homes India, Lucknow supports disabled children, adults and aged people in Lucknow, India.
It is part of the international Leonard Cheshire Disability network that supports over 21,000 people and works in 52 countries
Two Coolersbrought by Mr. Surinder Nath Kesarwani have been fixed in Room Nos 7 & 9 respectively and are now fully functional. Residents staying at these rooms will feel very comfortable and relief from hot weather.
Ms. Bina Rani Bhatia and Ms. DS Bagchi, both residents were invited for lunch at Residence at Mrs. Sarita Badgel . Both of them were dropped at her residence ie. 1/84, Vijay Khand, Gomti Nagar, by Ambulance of the Home. The Cheshire Home appreciates the benign gesture.
Ms. Anamika Computer Instructor has started computer training classes with 04 students namely Mr. Raj Kumar, Ms.Poonam Yadav, Manoj&Amjad from 1000 hrs to 1200 hrs everyday.
More students can be imparted Computer Training in the Computer Center at Home. We are in the process of identifying more students from areas around the Cheshire Homes.
Members of the Cheshire the Home
Generous donors and volunteers constitute the Cheshire Home Family as "Members of the Cheshire Home". Continued support of the members and donors make all the programs of the Home possible.
We thank the Members and donors for their generosity and continued support.
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That people with disabilities should be able to achieve their full potential and enjoy the maximum opportunity to determine every aspect of their own lives That every human being is entitled to engage in productive labor with dignity and respect.
Is to promote the care, general well being and rehabilitation of people with physical, mental or learning disability. We exist to change attitudes to disability and to serve disabled people around the world.