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Our Beneficiaries for 2018-2019
Boston Children's Hospital
Share Our Strength
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Shradhanand Anathalaya (Orphanage)
Our Past Beneficiaries
Shradhanand Anathalaya (Orphanage)

Shradhanand Peth
Nagpur, MS India

Shradhanand Anathalaya is an orphanage in Nagpur, India. Bal Duniya kids have been organizing garage sales in Redmond Ridge community since 2007 and have been giving half of their sale proceeds to this orphanage.
Bal Duniya gave $1,000 to Shradhanand Anathalaya during August, 2011.

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Thalayolaparambu P.O.
Kottayam District
Kerala, India

Sevagram Children’s Village has been set up on the lines of that of SOS model, consisting of five homes that cares for about 50 orphan children. Each home is placed under the care of a mother, who is usually a widow or divorcee or a spinster who have no other commitments. The Mother is responsible for the upbringing and formation of the children placed under her care. Children are provided food, clothing, education, medical care, training, rehabilitation and even settled to marital lives. Bal Duniya gave $1000 to Sevagram during October, 2011 for starting a library.

North South Foundation

North South Foundation
2 Marissa Ct.
Burr Ridge, IL, 60527

Bal Duniya supported a scholarship to cover one student's tuition for a year thru North South Foundation for 2011-2012 year.

American Cancer Society

Bal duniya supported a youth team by providing $250 to American Cancer Society - Relay for Life - 2011 event.

Redmond High School PTSA

Redmond High School
17272 NE 104th
Redmond, WA, 98052

Redmond High School has a fund for needy students called RHS HELP. RHS PTSA supports this program apart from helping the students in many ways.

Hopelink End Summer Hunger

16225 NE 87th St., Suite A-1
P O Box 3577

Every day across our community nearly 16,000 school children are eligible for free or reduced lunch from their schools. The loss of these meals during the summer months presents an immense challenge to parents who are already squeezing every penny out of their budgets. In addition to budgeting to replace these meals, many parents must also find a way to pay for daycare. These stresses make it harder for families to be able to pay their rent or mortgage, threatening them with homelessness. To address this need and prevent children from going hungry Hopelink created the End Summer Hunger campaign, which mobilizes schools, churches, businesses, and individuals to ensure our foodbanks can meet the increased needs we face during the summer. Bal Duniya donated $1000 to Hoplink End Summer Hunger in 2013.

National Association for the Blind

Kerala Branch, 80, Manjadivila Road,
Plamood, Trivandrum, Kerala - 695003

A non profit non Government organisation working for the Rights and Development of Persons with Disabilities. Bal Duniya gave $1000 to the Project for the Services to the Children with Multiple Disabilities in 2013. A total of 92 children with multiple disabilities are receiving our support under the Home Based Education Programme from Trivandrum and Ernakulam. All the Children are supported by providing various therapies from the centres. They organize Family Development Programmes for the families and enroll all the children in the Sarva Shikhsa Abiyan Programme.

Central Institute for Mental Retardation

B-15, Shankar Gardens,
Vikaspuri, New Delhi, India 110018

It is an organization serving the mentally challenged persons for their total development and rehabilitation. CIMR is now two decades old and has reached out to over 11, 0386 families of the mentally challenged in 23 States in India. Under the effective and creative leadership of its Founder-Director, Rev.Fr.Thomas Felix CMI, it is now moving faster in integrating mentally challenged persons in the society. Bal Duniya gave a total of $2000 to CIMR during 2012 and 2013.

United Way of King County

720 Second Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104

Bal Duniya collected these personal hygiene items and donated to United Way for helping the homeless people in the area in Sept 2013 Here's a list of everything we collected

  • 59 bars of soap
  • 35 toothpaste
  • 26 razors
  • 20 pairs of boy socks
  • 10 toothbrushes
  • 8 pairs of girl socks
  • 4 sticks of girl deodorant
  • 3 sticks of boy deodorant
  • 2 shampoo
  • 2 liquid soaps
Donated Items