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Complete: Emergency Project For Orphans Haripriya, Harika, and Pravalika Srinu of India: $500 Raised. THANK YOU!

1 March 2014 One Comment

Launched: January 31, 2014.
Completed: February 22, 2014.

Emergency Project For Orphans Haripriya, Harika, and Pravalika Srinu- India

Our goal was to raise $500.

$500 Raised -THANK YOU!

See photos of the Srinu sisters with gifts made possible by your generous donations.

Haripriya (Hari), Harika, and Pravalika are three sweet sisters who live in the Vadrevupalli Village, in the East Godavari District of India. The girls are in need of support because they lost their mother in 2010 and on New Year’s Day of this year, they also lost their father.

The girls are in school and are currently staying with a lady who will be able to care for them, but they are in need of rent and other supplies. Since they have no income coming in, they need your support.

The oldest daughter, Hari, also has a health condition and is in need of medicine and proper nutrition.  We aim to raise a total of $500 for the following gifts: medicine, food, clothing, household items, hygienic items, and six months of rent and electricity expenses. All projects on the Aura’s House site are 100% US tax deductible and 100% of donations go to our projects and the families or communities they serve.

Haripriya, Harika, and Pravalika Srinu

Haripriya, Harika, and Pravalika Srinu


This project was organized by United With Hope.  United With Hope supports impoverished and orphaned children in India and Malawi.  See their website.

The girls with their guardian

The girls with their guardian

Inside their house

Inside their house

Project Breakdown:
Rent and electricity for six months = $300
Medicines/ Food for Hari = $100
Clothing = $50
Household/Hygiene Items = $50

Total: $500

Sharon Clyburn is the co-sponsor of Harika Srinu

Sharon writes:

“Several years ago, I was a member of a Yahoo group of sponsors and I met Nancy and Natasha, two ladies who were committed to helping impoverished children and families in India and Malawi.

During my interaction with them, I became involved with the organization, United with Hope. They were just beginning to reach out to families in a community that were in need of daily food. At that time I was introduced to the Srinu family and learned that both their mother and father had serious medical conditions.

I became a sponsor of one of the girls and during this time we learned the oldest child was sick as well. Sadly, the mother of the girls passed away not long after the initial sponsorship and I have watched them cope with the death of their mother over the years. Now, we are helping them cope with the death of their father.

These girls are very special to me and I hope to visit them one day. I know that they will appreciate any help that we can give them. Thank you.”

This project is now complete, but please consider helping another needy child by donating to one of our active projects.

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