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In every human face is a longing to be someone and waiting to be loved.
We Care is a belief in the power of love!

We Care is a public charitable trust, registered in Bangalore, India, on 30th January 1999. We are a secular, non-governmental, non-political and non-religious trust. Our benefactors and beneficiaries include people without discrimination of religion, race, caste, language, gender or colour. We associate ourselves with individuals and associations of people of goodwill.

 

Our vision is the overall human growth and development of every human person. Our primary objective is to support and implement programmers for the benefit of the underprivileged. The current areas of involvement are:

  • education of children
  • rehabilitation of physically and mentally challenged people
  • financial support of the sick, infirm and dying
  • empowerment of women in distress and the girl child
  • food, clothing and shelter for the poor
  • capacity building for staff, volunteers, students, parents and others
The scope of our programmes are limited to the geographical boundaries of the Indian Union.
  
     
News & Events
HIGHLIGHT OF PROGRAMMES: (April 2019 – June 2019)


EDUCATION PROGRAMMES:

Free Evening Tuition at Pratiksha Nivas, Bangalore, Karnataka, 20-25 students, (Daily).
Nutrition (ragi, milk, sprouted grains, boiled eggs, dry fruits, etc) for school children at Free Evening Tuition Class, Pratiksha Nivas, Bangalore, (Daily).

COMMUNITY BASED REHABLITATION ACTIVITIES:  

Ashray Matridham, Varanasi, UP, medicines and hygiene materials for mentally challenged, 30 patients, (monthly). 
Premankur, Bangalore, distribution of clothes for new born children, 25 children.

MEDICAL PROGRAMMES:  

Mervyn and Irene Colaco Charity Fund, assistance given to inmates of Ave Maria Palliative Care, Mangalore (13 patients) and inmates of St Joseph’s, Prashanth Nivas, Mangalore (200 senior citizens), (Annual).  


HELP FOR THE POOR – FOOD FOR AGED DESTITUTE:

Maria Sadan, Toopra, Telegana State, 22 inmates, (monthly).
Karunamaya Destitute Home, Khammam, Andhra Pradesh, 21 inmates, (monthly).


Tribute

The foundress of We Care expired on 01-August-2011. Thank you very much  for your words of comfort and 
for the support of your prayers.

                         Click here

to view a presentation on the life of Mrs. Theresa 
Ignatia D'sourza.

                Mrs. Theresa Ignatia D'sourza.
                  foundress of We Care
                           (1924-2011)