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About Us

Welcome To CHERISH

CHERISH ((Commitment for Health Education Rehabilitation of the Impoverished and Struggling Humans)
CHERISH is a grass-root level organisation that works with orphans, street children & slum dwelling kids. We provide them with education, lodging & boarding and strive to mainstream these children into the society.

What We Do

Idea of denouncing pleasure and praising pain was born and I will give you a complete account of the system, and expound the actually teachings of the great explorer of the truth.

How It Works

Who loves or pursues or desires to obtain pain of itself, because it is pain, because occasionally circumstances occur which toil and pain can procure him some great pleasure.

Our Impact So Far

This has been achieved by raising funds mostly from individual donors We plan to mainstream at least 25 children every year CHERISH has two children’s homes that are ideally suited for staging the newcomers (Tallagadda) and then moving them on to a more focused environment (Rajendranagar)

Years of Experience

Over the past 5 years CHERISH has mainstreamed about 100 children CHERISH has been sending about 25 children to private school for the past two years

  • This mistaken idea of denouncing pleasure
  • Master-builder of human happiness
  • Occasionally circumstances occur in toil
  • Undertakes laborious physical exercise

CHERISH Poem for Childrens

A little girl, in rags, with dishevelled hair
A little boy, on a hot pavement, with no shoes to wear
Here a young girl with a sibling on her hips
And there, toiling in sun, a young boy with dry chapped lips
You see them every day, you see them all
On your air-conditioned ride to a café or a mall
Dirty and destitute they seem so odd
Are these the children of a lesser God?
Some come from homes broken -
A run away mother or a drunkard dad
Some from homes that are broke -
Mouths to feed, too many a tad
And then some that just need a break -
Away from homes they’ve just gone bad
Not enough food, no school and nowhere to play
These are mere children, don’t they have a right to be gay?
Burdened and bent, often with travails of adulthood
Don’t these kids deserve an innocent childhood?
No fault of theirs yet lives slipshod
Are these the children of a lesser God?
Like lotuses from a dirty pond
They too with support can flourish
All they need is a caring bond
They too are the lives that we must CHERISH
*’Children of a lesser God’ is a borrowed phrase

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