Our Vision

Vision and Mission Statement

The primary mission of The Orphanage Project is providing the orphaned, destitute, outcast, unloved, needy, sick, handicapped and/or dying persons, with a home, love, happiness, physical, mental, emotional and spiritual nourishment, the highest level of education possible, and a hope for a bright future.

The vision of The Orphanage Project is to one day have a self-sustaining community consisting of a children’s home, orphanage, school, university, training center, women’s shelter, elderly person’s home, place of worship, hospital, library, park, play fields, technology center, shops, and other facilities that help a community to succeed. Our vision is to one day establish such communities all over the world.

Goals and Objectives

The Orphanage Project’s primary objective is to meet the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual needs of orphaned and/or destitute children by providing them with love, care, nourishment, guidance, and the highest level of education so that they can grow to be valued members of society with a promising future and a memorable past.

The Orphanage Project also aims to provide all of the children of India with the highest level of education and guidance, so they can grow to be assets to their community and so that they can compete competitively for jobs, admissions and placement upon graduation. The Orphanage Project aims to not only cater to children’s mental needs, but to provide a complete package, by catering to the physical, spiritual and emotional needs of the children as well.

Another goal of The Orphanage Project is to provide disabled persons with the requisite therapy, training, care and love so they can overcome the social limitations placed on them because of their disability and achieve their goals and dreams. The Orphanage Project also aims to educate the general public about disabilities in an attempt to destroy the many myths and stereotypes about disabilities rampant in the community.

The Orphanage Project also seeks to aid outcast, battered and widowed men and women by providing them with an accepting environment, love, mental, physical, emotional and spiritual nourishment, jobs, training and the power to step into the outside world and accomplish their goals and dreams, putting their past behind them.

Yet another aim of The Orphanage Project is to provide destitute or needy elderly persons with a clean, safe, comfortable and loving environment, in which to spend their golden years in dignity.

The organization also has the goal of providing sick individuals with the highest level of love, care and medical attention available. Also, The Orphanage Project seeks to provide the terminally ill with whatever is necessary so that they may spend their last days with dignity.

The Orphanage Project aims to provide all persons with training and access to the latest technology, concepts, and ideas as well as time-tested traditions and ideas so that they can successfully compete in the global economy.


The first step in achieving the goals and visions of The Orphanage Project is to build a children’s home, residential and day school and a place of worship on the campus. The children will attend the residential and day school on the campus.

The residential and day school will begin as a primary school for all children, not only the children living in the children’s home. The school will provide the highest level of education. As funds are made available, and upon the success of the school, the school will be expanded to provide secondary education as well as training centers and eventually a full university. The hope is that one day the school will be self supporting and also produce funds to support the other goals of The Orphanage Project.

The place of worship will cater to the spiritual needs of those living on and off the campus.

Eventually, the children’s home will be expanded to provide for the facilities of a traditional orphanage, where attempts will be made to place “adoptable” children with suitable loving families.

The home for the elderly will be established early on. The children in the home will be paired with “grandparents” in order to provide the children with some semblance of family.

The organization then will expand to meet its other goals by providing the appropriate facilities.

The organization will also publish books, pamphlets and other materials as it sees fit, both in print and on the internet or using other technology. Sound recording and movie production will also be media used by the organization to meet its goals and to fulfill its mission.