OVERVIEW

The Blessed Brian Home is a beautiful and warm home for young children, primarily girls, who have lost one or both parents or who have been abandoned. It is located in Porumamilla, India in the district of Cuddapah. This wonderful home provides a secure environment for 65 precious young children in need. It also provides food, clothing, health care, education and guidance for the children. The home opened and began receiving children in June 2012.

 

VISION

Fr. Tom Aduri, a native of Cuddapah, India, is currently the pastor of Mother Teresa of Calcutta parish in Topeka, Kansas. After having spent time working with Mother Teresa's Missionary of Charity sisters, he had a vision of providing aid, relief, and comfort to the poor and disenfranchised of his home state in India.  

 

He established a foundation and through the gracious generosity of many has built and opened the Blessed Brian Home. Mother Teresa said, "Don't look for big things, just do small things with great love." The orphanage was blessed and dedicated on August 5, 2012. A project which has come to fruition through great love.

 

Funding for the foundation is entirely dependent on the generosity of donors both in the United States and in India

 

CARE and SHELTER

The primary responsibility of the Blessed Brian Home is to provide a secure and loving environment for each child. Food, clothing, education and a clean well maintained home are essential to this mission as well as a warm and nurturing staff.

 

Your support and help is greatly needed and appreciated. Please go to "How to Donate" to see how you can make a difference.