The organization currently run three special care homes for children and one special care home for women. These Aashray care Homes are the created to fulfill survival & development opportunities to the HIV infected and affected orphan children, & HIV positive widow women who have been rejected by those close to them due to discrimination, death of parents/ spouse or financial hardship due to their HIV status& poverty.
The vision of Aashray Care homes is to let every HIV infected & affected child & women to live with dignity and courage. Children living in Aashray Care homes are groomed to be responsible, civilized and empowered citizen at par with the mainstream society. Women sheltered in Aashray Care homes are provided safe and conducive environment to learn & enhance life skills.
Aashray Care homes for children and women provide very special and unique opportunities to volunteers from all over the globe
As part of skill enhancement training programmes for care home women, we are creating a variety of hand made craft items
There are opportunities for volunteers to get associated with the Aashray care homes and become the members of Aashray care home
There are various development projects which Aashray care homes create from time to time, these projects are available online
Aashray care homes have digital classes at all three care home locations. Volunteers would arrange various hobby classes online through these digital classes
“While getting to know the children and their needs I learnt about difficulties they faced, like the lack of parental support. I was happy to be a "didi" (means big sister in hindi) for 30 children. A "didi" who gives hugs, plays and fights for their rights. And every time IÂ´ve been with my little ones, they have treated me like a "didi".”Anu, (Finland)
“I spent one month in the Aashray of PWNR society. They were all so nice and so worried about me feeling good all the time! They all made me feel a part of this big family! It was a great experience! I have been doing some house working, some teaching, some cooking, some playing etcâ€¦ For me and since then, I truly think that giving your time to others while your traveling is the best way to meet people, to discover a culture and to be helpful for some people who needs it in this disturbed and unbalanced world where we live in. I will remember this experience all my life and I hope I could, some days, come back again to help then in the everyday life!”Sylvia, (France)
“Volunteering our time at Aashray has been life changing for us both. The happy, caring nature of the children and carers is so beautiful, and helped remind us of the important things in life. By spending quality time with everyone at Aashray, we've been able to familiarise ourselves with the children and develop a relationship with each and every person involved. It's been an extremely rewarding experience and we now regard Aashray as a a second home.”Elyse and Bec, (Australia)