Welcome to Sakhi Trust, where we have been dedicatedly working for the past 21 years to empower and uplift Devadasi women and their children. Our mission is centred around breaking the cycle of generational exploitation by providing education and opportunities for a brighter future.
Our Journey: 21 Years of Impact
Since our inception, we’ve witnessed transformative changes in the lives of Devadasi women and their families. Our commitment to breaking the shackles of social norms and ensuring education as a pathway to empowerment has driven us to work tirelessly in various regions where Devadasi communities reside.
At Sakhi Trust, we believe in creating sustainable change from within. That’s why a significant portion of our team comprises individuals from the community who intimately understand the challenges and aspirations of the community. This approach not only ensures cultural sensitivity but also fosters a deep connection with the people we aim to serve.
Your support is not just a donation; it’s an investment in creating a future where every individual, regardless of their background, has the opportunity to thrive. Together, let’s rewrite the narrative for Devadasi women and their children, providing them with the education and empowerment they deserve.
While we’ve made significant strides, there’s still much to be done. The journey to break the cycle of exploitation and ensure a brighter future through education is ongoing. To continue our impactful programs and expand our reach, we need your support.
Your financial support contributes directly to educational initiatives, skill development programs, and community outreach efforts.
Join us in the field or remotely, contributing your skills and time to make a tangible impact.
Advocate for our cause by sharing our story and mission within your network and on social media.
Sponsor a Child’s Education:
Make a direct impact on a child’s life by sponsoring their education, providing them with the tools to break free from the cycle of exploitation.
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