You can see the pride in this beautiful young girl's face as she shows off her new Rayburn College school uniform. For her, like most all children in India, she would have been denied an education without it.
Chianglianmawi came to Angels' place when she was 13 years old. Her father had died of malaria and her mother could barely afford to feed her children, let alone buy them uniforms for school. She knew she had to make a desperate choice and Angel's Place was her only hope.
Now, Chianglianmawi enjoys a life she never thought possible...regular nourishing meals, a warm bed of her own, opportunities to pursue her passion for music and to dream of a career in Fashion. Compared to her early childhood, where food was scarce, and careers looked more like scavenging in garbage dumps, Chianglianmawi understands how blessed she is to have a home at Angels' Place. Her caregivers know her as a kind, well-behaved, intelligent young girl with a bright future ahead.
Chianglianmawi wants the world to know she is a good and kind-hearted girl and she will continue to wear her school uniform proudly, along with all her friends at Angels' Place (some pictured below).There are hundreds of young girls, just like Chianglianmawi and her friends, waiting for a home at Angels' Place. Girls longing for the opportunities a simple school uniform can provide. Help us make room for them by visiting our Ways to Help page.
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