I am founder and Chairman of “BREAD OF LIFE CHILDREN’S CHARITABLE TRUST” in India, My age is 57 years. I was blessed with a wife Viswa Santhi and gifted by 3 female children, eldest one is Priscilla (Anusha) and Second one is Rebecca (Sirisha) and the youngest is Kezia (Madhusha) who passed away on September 15, 2017.

Our ministry was first BREAD OF LIFE CHILDREN’S MINISTRIES AND CHILDREN HOME. So far five batches have been completed. The process of changes began when the children were being ministered to in the sixth batch of November-2022.

“BREAD OF LIFE CHILDREN’S CHARITABLE TRUST” registered in the Sub-Registrar Office on November 2nd 2022.

Trust has 26 objectives. Now we do work. India has the highest burden of malnutrition in the WORLD! We have to act! Every 25 seconds, a child under 5 dies mostly due to a preventable cause such as malnutrition. We could save every single one of those children, they don’t have to die! There are more than 200 children in villages that we want to feed. If it is the will of God more children may be taken into account. We currently have 25 children living with us who need FOOD, CLOTHING and EDUCATION. Please contribute to the future of our country by sponsoring a child for just $50/month to enable holistic development of underprivileged children that gives them access to education, food, shelter, clothes and health care. We want to increase the number but we are unable due to lack of resources.
We support their spiritual growth through Sunday school.
We support their clothing, books, stationary and school bags.
We support them for transportation for school.
This is very hard work for feeding. Total 25 children and 10 widows. Each child $50 per month. 10 widows.. Each widow $ 75 per month. Please keep in your prayers about my ministries needs.

“BREAD OF LIFE CHILDREN’S CHARITABLE TRUST” Children is the way of showing Christ’s love and mercy to the world. We have 25 children and they are all school going children. We support their education through schooling according to JAMES 1:27