was established in 2006 with a mission
to provide poor and destitute children a future. It offers
comprehensive support on education, healthcare, security,
love and affection to the orphaned, abandoned, underprivileged,
and needy children at residential facilities with caring and
qualified staff members. More than a facility or an organization,
it is a family.
The home admits all children irrespective of caste, creed
and their religious affiliation. At present out of 120 children
53% of them belong to single parent families (38 children
do not have father and 26 children do not have mother and
7 children do not have both the parents) and 41% of the
children (49 children) from poor, destitute and impoverished
families. Faced with acute poverty and misery, lack of educational
opportunities, SFBH is challenged on a daily basis with
increasing need and demand to enroll girls as well.
The residential facilities provide comprehensive care and
support to its children until they become an adult. Children
are imparted other necessary life skills in addition to
secondary or higher secondary education enabling them to
be independent as they are integrated in the society as
they grow old and eventually leave our immediate care. Non
residential support and counseling are extended to the adults
long after they leave the home. A holistic growth combining
intellectual and character formation is given much important.
We want our children to be good, intelligent, sensitive
There are too many children in our area suffer from deprivation
and poverty and consequently live without chances, choices
and opportunities. Poverty does not only threaten children
by depriving them of the capabilities needed to survive,
develop and thrive. It also entrenches or widens social,
economic and gender disparities that prevent children from
enjoying equal opportunities and undermine protective family
and community environments, leaving children vulnerable
to exploitation, abuse, violence and discrimination. St.Francis
Boys’ Home works with such children in the areas of
education, healthcare and ensuring children’s rights.
Our intervention is designed to snap the self-reinforcing
cycle of poverty, ignorance, and disease – one life,
one child, and one family at a time.
Our mission is to raise St.Francis Boys’ Home children
through pursuit of excellence in academic and practical
skills and by modeling integrity and conduct and Christian
moral values so that each child will have his/her place
as a productive and proud Indian citizen and leader.
To have a nation of proud and upstanding Indians, where
all children are given an equal opportunity to reach their