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Shop HOH ImageWEBThe Home of Hope is a project run under the auspices of Fountain of Life MInistries, providing a home and family for abandoned children in India.

The home was opened in 2013 and has become established as a place of love and safety for disadvantaged children and a centre for the charity in India. There is a compelling problem in the region as many infants, particularly girls, are often abandoned at rubbish dumps, street corners and other public places. When found, many are malnourished and some have been born prematurely, needing a high level of support. However instead, they often end up in institutions with a poor standard of care or alternatively they are taken in by un-vetted adults and used as child labour. They are at risk of human trafficking, and sadly some are not found until it is too late. There is an urgent need for the provision of a higher standard of care for these poorest children, where they will be loved, valued, accepted, clothed, cared for and educated. By the end of 2014 the Home of Hope had eight children in its care. In February 2015 a further five were admitted and currently (2023) there are now fifteen children in the Home.

The charity was established by Sundar and Sarah Pinninty. Sarah is the elder daughter of a local) now retired) pastor Graham Hooke, and his wife Ruth. They are founder trustees of the New Day Homes and Hope Charity Shop.Shop HOH childrenSundar IMG 9135WEB

Sarah and Sundar have  four sons, Timothy, Isaac, Ethan and Rapha and live in Eyam, Derbyshire where Sarah works as a GP and Sundar runs the charity. They established Fountain of Life Ministries in 2003 and, in addition to running the Home of Hope, are focussed on helping 64 tribal villages as these people are a particularly looked down upon and neglected strata of society. They run literacy schools so people can learn to read and write in the state language and sewing centres that help young ladies gain a skill that gives them a means of earning a little income. They also run annual Children’s clubs with over a thousand children, distribute aid to poor families, provide regular help to 120 elderly widows and 45 pastors, and respond to specific needs such as helping with medical costs.

Whilst Sundar and Sarah are based in the UK, his family live in India, there on the ground overseeing the projects and ministering in their home region near Hyderabad. Sundar and Sarah make regular visits to India to oversee the work, to reach out to the poor, support local churches, provide medical care and other services to help the most disadvantaged.

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Follow this link to find out more about FLM and the Home of Hope.

FLM Is a registered UK charity and all donations will be channelled through 2019 12 30 125932 1WEBthem and then on to the India based charity which runs the Home of Hope. This ensures that all monies will go directly to the point of need.

Sundar and Sarah visited our shop at Christmas 2019 and were really impressed with it. By December 2023, after four years of trading, we have raised  about £15,000 for the Home of Hope!



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