About The Bethany Girls Home

Bethany Girls Home was founded by Prem & Kumari Premanandam, who soon after their conversion in 2005, sold their home in order to buy land, build a facility and dedicate their lives to caring for these girls. The sad reality is that keeping up with the sheer number of abandoned girls is increasingly difficult.

Operated by faithful Christians, Bethany provides safety and the necessities of life including education. These girls study the Bible daily, often becoming part of the next generation of Christians in India.

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How you can help

Bethany currently serves 52 abandoned girls from ages 6 – 16, who were homeless and vulnerable. Operated by faithful Christians, Bethany provides safety and the necessities of life including education. These girls study the Bible daily, often becoming part of the next generation of Christians in India. A gift of $50 per month provides the necessary services for one girl. You may “sponsor” a girl and receive a picture and biography of a specific girl you support. Unspecified gifts go into the General Fund for other expenses.

Plans for the Future

Bethany Girls Home is currently (2017) being expanded to accommodate up to 110 abandoned girls. A 3700 sq. ft. second floor is being added to provide a residence for the founders, Prem and Kumari Premanandam, PLUS dormitory space for about 50 new abandoned girls when the facility expansion is completed in 2018. So, additional sponsors are needed for the added girls. It just takes $50 per month per child. A family or class project?

Bethany Home - Future Plans

Who We Serve

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Brookshire Memorial
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TPG Christian School

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Water Wells

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