Care for Orphans and Special Needs Individuals

The Pathway Chennai Centre focuses on individuals with Special Needs. First established by Dr. Prasad as a one-room operation in 1975, the Pathway Centre has now expanded into a three-story medical and educational centre. They offer comprehensive rehabilitation and education to children and adults with developmental disorders, including mental retardation, cerebral palsy, autism and related disorders. 

Pathway India's initial years of operation were filled with difficulties. Prasad served destitute children while in the most humble of circumstances himself, providing free services to patients from his small dirt-floored rented house in the slums. At times, food was even scarce for Prasad himself. One day while providing his complimentary services, a mother brought a child to him for medical treatment and never returned. Prasad did what he says “any upstanding person would do” and took the child in as his own and began to care for him. It wasn’t long after when another child was stranded in his possession. Again, Prasad took the child in. A pattern ensued and word spread. Within 3 months, Prasad had over 20 orphaned and mentally challenged children under his care.

 

The Pathway Chennai Center is located in Chennai, a coastal metropolis in southeast India. Over 30,000 Individual Lives Changed

 

From its humble beginnings in 1975, Pathway has grown into a large institution with two campuses currently serving over 300 disabled and 250 normal children and adults every day. Besides serving the target group of disabled individuals, Pathway has opened its door in offering free medical, psychiatric, pediatric, and dental care to over 4200 patients every month from the poor neighborhoods surrounding its facilities. In total, Pathway has helped over 30,000 children and adults since Prasad began his mission.

These kids are in need of  Medicines, Monthly Provisions and Stationery items. Your kind contribution will help them grow in a number of ways. God bless.

 

Urgent

Atta 1kg

291 kgs
Required

9 kgs
Funded

50.00

Urgent

Gold Winner Oil 1 litre

197 units
Required

3 units
Funded

85.00

Urgent

Tur Dal 1kg

148 kgs
Required

2 kgs
Funded

90.00

Urgent

Rava 1kg

90 kgs
Required

10 kgs
Funded

50.00

Urgent

Whisper Sanitary Pads 6 pcs

83 units
Required

17 units
Funded

44.00

Urgent

Pepsodent 200gm

30 units
Required

0 units
Funded

91.00

Backers

Zoheb Anser
Anonymous

1.86 % Products Funded

Ajantha Vijayasekharan
Ajantha Vijayasekharan

0.93 % Products Funded

Shruthi Maheshkumar
Anonymous

0.92 % Products Funded

There is no updates still yet

3%

To empower orphans and individuals with special needs by providing comprehensive care.

More About Campaign
Urgent

Atta 1kg

291 kgs
Required

9 kgs
Funded

50.00

Urgent

Gold Winner Oil 1 litre

197 units
Required

3 units
Funded

85.00

Urgent

Tur Dal 1kg

148 kgs
Required

2 kgs
Funded

90.00

Urgent

Rava 1kg

90 kgs
Required

10 kgs
Funded

50.00

Urgent

Whisper Sanitary Pads 6 pcs

83 units
Required

17 units
Funded

44.00

Urgent

Pepsodent 200gm

30 units
Required

0 units
Funded

91.00

The Pathway Chennai Centre focuses on individuals with Special Needs. First established by Dr. Prasad as a one-room operation in 1975, the Pathway Centre has now expanded into a three-story medical and educational centre. They offer comprehensive rehabilitation and education to children and adults with developmental disorders, including mental retardation, cerebral palsy, autism and related disorders. 

Pathway India's initial years of operation were filled with difficulties. Prasad served destitute children while in the most humble of circumstances himself, providing free services to patients from his small dirt-floored rented house in the slums. At times, food was even scarce for Prasad himself. One day while providing his complimentary services, a mother brought a child to him for medical treatment and never returned. Prasad did what he says “any upstanding person would do” and took the child in as his own and began to care for him. It wasn’t long after when another child was stranded in his possession. Again, Prasad took the child in. A pattern ensued and word spread. Within 3 months, Prasad had over 20 orphaned and mentally challenged children under his care.

 

The Pathway Chennai Center is located in Chennai, a coastal metropolis in southeast India. Over 30,000 Individual Lives Changed

 

From its humble beginnings in 1975, Pathway has grown into a large institution with two campuses currently serving over 300 disabled and 250 normal children and adults every day. Besides serving the target group of disabled individuals, Pathway has opened its door in offering free medical, psychiatric, pediatric, and dental care to over 4200 patients every month from the poor neighborhoods surrounding its facilities. In total, Pathway has helped over 30,000 children and adults since Prasad began his mission.

These kids are in need of  Medicines, Monthly Provisions and Stationery items. Your kind contribution will help them grow in a number of ways. God bless.

 

Backers

Zoheb Anser
Anonymous

1.86 % Products Funded

Ajantha Vijayasekharan
Ajantha Vijayasekharan

0.93 % Products Funded

Shruthi Maheshkumar
Anonymous

0.92 % Products Funded

There is no updates still yet