The main purpose of this project is to provide sanitary pads and create menstrual hygiene awareness help for teenage girls living in Orphanages. As a part of this cause, we distributed 1080 Sanitary Napkin packets, worth Rs.30,000/-. We have donated Sanitary Pads in 11 Rainbow Homes where above 1000 girls are living (Orphan Girls Homes) at Secunderabad. With the help of all our supporters, we had raised the amount in 30 days only.

We distributed Notebooks and Stationery to the children of tribal areas where 237 children covered in Palimala, Lenkalagadda,and Suraram villages of Mahadevepur Mandal of Bhupalpally district. Our Team of 9 Members of had distributed 1,300 Notebooks, 700 Pencils, 700 Pens, 70 sharpeners, 70 erasers,70 table books, and 50 rhymes books. The supporters’ kind donation and social Media promotions played a vital role in creating awareness to bring the smile on those little children faces.

As we are aware that Kerala had been hit by the worst floods, AASA foundation raised funds for the state. Along with 100 Dreams and YBI, PEOPLE HELPING CHILDREN raised funds for 320 Kits of Food items &Daily needs, Medical Kits, Sanitary Napkins, 1 Rusk Packet, 1 Biscuit Packet. The Kits were disbursed at Kozhikode city near rural areas. Every supporter helped us to complete this mission. #Hungershieldhumanitywelfare organisation and social media platforms played a key role in collecting the Donations.

On World Day against Child Labour, some 152 million children between the ages of 5 to 17 are being forced into labour under unspeakable conditions, and in some cases they were being trafficking by some of the anti-social elements and becoming a threat to the society.

As the visionary part of the society, PEOPLE HELPING CHILDREN financially supported Rs.10,000. To create awareness in the society AASA foundation conducted a campaign. Team PHC took an active role in creating the awareness to tackle and control the Child Labour.