Street Children is a term used to refer to children who live on the streets. They are deprived of family care and protection. Street children live in abandoned buildings, cardboard boxes, parks or on the street itself. Many suffer from chronic diseases like TB, leprosy, typhoid, malaria, jaundice and liver/kidney disorders. Most street children are exposed to dirt, smoke and other environmental hazards.
Amcha Ghar, a home for girls is dedicated to helpless female children – irrespective of their religion or caste- who are susceptible to the vulnerable conditions of living on the street. The home aims to educate the girls in an English medium school, to train and transform them into skilled adult women who are able to live an independent life in the main stream of society. The house began with three children and is now home to 25 and many more reunited to the main stream society. They are listed among the leading students and are known for their loving nature and discipline. The main objective is to give them an opportunity in life that protects them from falling in to the clutches of the darker side of society.
It is registered under Societies Registration Act 1860-GBBSD-793 and The Bombay Public Trust Act 1950 F 18909. It avails licensed under the Women and Child Welfare, ISO Certified (9001:2008), Fit Institution C.W.C, J.J Act and donations are eligible for income tax deduction under 80G.
Mission & Vision
We pledge to improve their lives, with our love, concern and dedication. Our vision is to produce outstanding citizens through holistic development that brings them into the mainstream of society.
Amcha Ghar was inaugurate and established on April 14, 1996, thanks to the many social workers, lawyers, doctors, and well wishers who joined hands to give birth to this unique project.
Amcha Ghar is a Residential Home located in Uttan Village approximately 7-8 kilometers from the city of Bhayander. It’s facilities provide resources for development of destitute girls from all over India. The main thrust of this organization is towards the children’s education in an English Medium School.
Amcha Ghar’s goal is for its residents to gain a valuable education that will produce a self-sufficient individual, in the Extension Home so that they can manage in this fast paced and competitive world. Children who are completely orphan, we care or support till their marriage life.
At present Amcha Ghar has successfully completed around two decade of journey towards its goal. At the moment, It has 25 beneficiaries, those who are under the sanction order of child welfare committee as it works under the rules & regulation JJ Act.