Tara Homes for Children, NGO for street children in Delhi, India

Saturday, June 30, 2012

Splash games in the garden

A scorching heat, a garden, a pipe, a bunch of happy kiddos and here we go, a giant water war has been declared! Sikander (from Tara Boys, invited this afternoon at Tara Tots) will probably remember this joyful moment for a very long time because we, Tara Tots, know how to welcome our guests.




Monday, June 25, 2012

They Support the New Generation

Tara Homes are supported by 100 families all over the world. Through our schemes (food, roof over head, health…), you can monthly contribute to the everyday life of the children, attaching your donation to one particular expense in the home. You can make a concrete difference for the children of Tara. Join us!

The Super Hero Kit

Undies, socks and towels... We get most clothes via donations but these ones need to be bought from the market.

With your monthly donation, you ensure the basic kit for 20 superheroes aged 3 to 5 years old. And your protect the Earth from the invaders from outer space, which is a big plus.

Your monthly contribution:
India: 1,200 INR Australia: 23 AUD
US: 24 USD UK: 15 GBP


Hari Krishnan Duraiswami (New Delhi) sponsors the spandex to equip the tiny heroes!
Sister Courage
Complete Health Care for 3 Children.
Your monthly support:
India: 2,000 INR Australia: 38 AUD
US: 39 USD UK: 25 GBP
Kunal and Valérie (New Delhi)
build up the health capital of the Tots.
Mother Grace
Complete Health Care for 3 Children.
Your monthly support:
India: 2,000 INR Australia: 38 AUD
US: 39 USD UK: 25 GBP
Anne Elgard (Denver, USA) sponsors the brave children who never cry in front of the needle!

Bubbles

Toothpaste, bathing soap, shampoo, hair oil, cold cream, talc, hairbrushes, combs, toothbrushes...

They are learning the pleasure of being neat and clean. Their favourite game is to make bubbles with the toothpaste... And the nannies oppose to the wastage of paste. Obviously, nannies and children have a different conception of what is funny...

Your monthly contribution:
India: 1,400 INR Australia: 27 AUD
US: 28 USD UK: 18 GBP

Hervé Plessix (Bourg la Reine, France) sponsors the bubbles!

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Caution, Wet Paint

A huge blank wall in the paying room was way too tempting for the pencils, pens and paint brushes. there were used to be tested, resuscitated and killed again on it. Who can blame them? We finally understood the hidden message: the Tots want some color! Ok then, be sure that they will have.






Ladies and Gentlemen, we are ready for takeoff. Welcome to the Tots universe.
















Deepika and Manish playing in the part of the giraffe, while Vanshika wants to be at one with this tree.












A little bird told me that Noorie has found the bug.










Here is a pretty docile elephant which lets Farhan grab his tail.










Manish is taking a walk with his pet. But it is not a leash!

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Hats Off to the Gentleman

Revati Laul, Special Correspondent for the weekly magazine Tehelka, has asked Sidhu, one of the oldest Boys in Tara, to talk about his story and his tough but successful journey to education.

A touching and truthful article that we would like to share with you:
Click here to read the article

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Let's go to the museum


What's on the schedule today? Cultural activity, yippee! So here we go to the museum and nothing is better than a contemporary art museum to stimulate the already overactive creativity of the Boys. As usual, they didn't wait to long to show their curiosity and the questions were coming from all sides.





This huge elephant lying down on the floor is shining with his glass-made skin on which thousands of colorful bindis have been stuck. A picture? Ok, it is also our time to shine!




This picture called "the Persian carpet" is actually plenty of tiny photographs. Nice trick! But the Boys are not so easy to fool!






How serious they are! We can almost hear a pin drop.




What a impressive sculpture! A mountain of metallic items to symbolize a mushroom cloud. What a blowing idea!