Shraddha, a Non Government Organization for orphans and people with disabilities was formed in the 2009 by Sujatha Burla. Shraddha was initially supported by rotary club, Secunderabad Cantonment for its start up and was inaugurated by governor rotary club.
Shraddha started with 3 kids grew up to 20 kids and one lady. Shraddha, the home is located at Boduppal. The people at Shraddha always feel at home as it takes care of all the needs and necessities of the people at it. Shraddha takes care of the education, living and all the necessities of the people in it. Every kid at Shraddha goes to school and is excelling at his or her particular class. Shraddha also involves in blood donation camps and other awareness programmes for paraplegic and other health issues.
Shraddha is based in a two bed room independent house , with all the inmates making themselves in the same house for their needs. For the future prospect of Shraddha and the benefit of the inmates it plans to extend the building structure. This includes the extension slab in the front open place, extension of slab at the sides and behind. The total construction area comes to 700 Sq Ft. The total expenditure for the construction would be around Rs.3,00,000/- (Approximate cost per Sq Ft Rs.3500/-) and miscellaneous costs of Rs.50000)
There is life after…
Shradda is a Non – Profit Organization established in the year of 2007.
The photos taken on this occasion, can be found here: http://picasaweb.google.co.in/shradda.lbi/OpeningCeromany
was started by a Spinal Injured women, Ms. Sujatha with an aim to help differently-abled children in counseling them to grow like normal people and be self dependent. Sujatha herself being differently-abled, because of a car accident in the year of 2001 which made the young business person a parapleged, she has been giving inspirational speeches to people with various disabilities and to mentally depressed. She has become a truly inspirational person for so many and has won several awards.
Shradda was started with the following as objectives.
Helping and educating Spinal injured to live a better life. Providing knowledge, creating awareness to paraplegic and widely circulating information about bed sour with which major number of people are dying. The typical person living with Spinal Injury has two major battles to overcome early on in their new life: physical and mental challenges. The physical paralysis is defined by one’s injury level and degree of injury. The mental paralysis begins with individual’s response to their injury. This gives injured patients a better fighting chance to overcome these obstacles.
Rehabilitation Center for spinal Injured people.Assistance, Physiotherapy, Medical care, providing pleasant shelter and hygienic food.