I’m fortunate to have been part of  Amcha Ghar and really happy to see outstanding work done by them. It is a best way to stay connected with strangers. Everyone live their life for themselves, their family, friends and relatives but life is complete if we live for others too.      ___  Mrs. Sunita Sharma 

 

I want to thank Amcha Ghar sincerely and wholeheartedly for the love, dedication, care, support, advice and general guidance they have given to me for ’17 years’. Most of all, I want to tell how much I appreciate  Mom & Dad’s (Founders) hard work & dedication for me & other girls like me. They have always treated  us as their own children. They have always made me feel that I can achieve and master anything I want to, no matter how off the wall or unusual & also help me formulate the plan to go out there and get it….
The guidance Amcha Ghar gave me – and hopefully will continue to give – spans across work, personal relationships, and future hopes and aspirations, as well as added clarity to the question ‘who am I?’ Who knows, one day the answer to that million-dollar question may eventually get answered!
One of your  (Mom & Dad) greatest strengths is that you both don’t measure me or others against your own personal values, and never seek to judge. Instead, you draw on your varied life experiences to provide an alternative view and a balanced, measured outcome.To date, you’ve talked me through career options, employment options, job interviews and you’ve pushed me to take a general look at my life overall, and never to settle for anything that’s not what I want. 
Long may it continue! THANK YOU  SO MUCH…. :)   ___ Ms. Kavita Shetty (21) (Ex- Beneficiary)

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Beautiful souls running this NGO. I noticed so much discipline and love here. Very happy to see people genuinely doing good for mankind.  ~ Ms. Dishita Muliya (Well-wisher)

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I am ever grateful to ‘mom & Dad’ (Founders) for  creating a family enviornment during my stay at Amcha Ghar; A home where we were loved & given a beautiful upbringing, rather than we being homeless. I sincerely appreciate their efforts & hardwork for making us what we are today… ~ Ms. Shweta Periera (21, Ex-beneficiary)