Donate Anything You Can
to Assist our
Orphan Indian Children
Message from Jafree
Ozwald the founder
and creator of
|I have been to India four
times, and each time I go I fall more in love with the
homeless children that I met in a town called Tiruvanamali.
Since 2006 I've been helping them feed, clothe and shelter the
orphaned unwanted children in this town. It has been one of the greatest
feelings in the world to see their happy faces when I arrive.
I had my 41st birthday party with them, you can see a few
I've found such a great love giving to the people of
India. Just seeing the IMMENSE gratitude on their faces
is life changing. The past few years we've helped people
donate thousands of dollars to these precious beings in need
of attention. I hope you can help as it is truly an
amazing sensation to know that you are helping these orphans
receive the bare necessities that most people take for
The man who runs the shelter goes by the
name "Babu" and I stayed with him and we stayed at
his house for 2 weeks when I was there for my birthday in
February 2011. I've seen the work and progress they are
doing, and he is a very good soul as he has devoted his entire
life to this children, so I am 100% of your
money will go to the right place. Here are a few pictures of these orphan Indian children and some other
photos from my last trip.
|How did this Orphanage
Indian connection happen? In 2006 I decided to visit the town of Tiruvannamalai
where my spiritual teacher Ramana had sat in a cave for 17 years inside
of Arunachala in the early 1900's. One day near his
ashram in town I was walking down the street and a man came up
to me with his hand open and his eyes full of hope. I
didn't think twice when I looked into his sweet humble eyes
and handed him 50 rupees (about $1) as he put his hand
over his heart, looked me in the eyes and bowed in gratitude.
The tears started to flow as I realized this unknown person
was giving me more love, gratitude and a feeling of sacredness
than I had felt from anyone in years.
Just a few hours later, the most
wonderful surprise came when I went into an internet facility
to check my email. I started talking with the owner who
was a young man and he was talking about how he just started a
facility to house, clothe and feed the orphaned Indian
children there. My heart was sooo open that I could feel
how HUGE his heart was, and how deeply he cared for these
orphans who were either physically disabled or abandoned by
This was the day I met Shiva Nadanakumar (or
Babu as he likes to be called) and he has provided a home where
these orphaned children can sleep, eat and be cared for by adults
who donate their time. He provides clothing, medical care, and
enabling activities that help them to acquire an education.
Here's a picture of the kids after receiving a few toys from
someone with a loving donation!