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"Aishwarya Home"! This is a low cost home for a small family who owns their own land. Square footage ~440; estimated cost is around $6,000.


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Mailing Address
ICON Charities, Inc
P O Box 552
Bettendorf, IA 52722

Make Rupee payment to:
Grace Social Service Society
Mail Check to :
The Branch Manager
The Federal Bank Ltd.
Hillson Plaza, Kattappana PO
Kerala INDIA - 685 508
Acct No: 1426 0100 105273
Bank: The Federal Bank Ltd

Completed Projects
View First Home
Aishwarya Home 1
Completed on Aug 20, 2011
View Second Home
Aishwarya Home 2
Completed on Aug 20, 2012
View Third Home
Aishwarya Home 3
Completed on Dec 30, 2012
View Fourth Home
Aishwarya Home 4
Completed on Sep 04, 2013
Thank you!
Aishwarya Home
Rejimon &  family

Rejimon and Merci from Nettithozhu, Idukki are the recipients of this Aishwarya Home. Rejimon is a farmhand with a menial and intermittent income. They don’t own a place to live but have a small piece of land.

Benny Current Home

Building a home by himself is beyond Rejimon's immediate reach. Financial assistance he needs to build a small home is $6,000. See his application and details here.

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St. Thomas Indian Orthodox Church, Baltimore is stepping forward to help this family. They are the sponsors of this home.

Thank you! St. Thomas Baltimore

This will be our sixth “Aishwarya Home”. See the progress of this house below.

 

Building one home - Helping one family - At a time.

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Amount Raised:
$5,000
Total visitors:
1913
Thank you!

No Name Amount
1 St. Thomas Indian Orthodox Church, Baltimore $5,000

Do you know? Eight Indian states have more poor people than 26 poorest African nations combined!