This post will consist of all the children and young men who live at Victory Home in Ongole. The boys at Victory home are mostly older boys who have cognitive delays, autism, and developmental delays, as well as other disabilities. They participate in a vocational program at on-site school where they make envelopes and package spices to be able to sell as a sustainability project.
Sponsorship helps SCH to be able to secure proper medical care for them, as well as all the other essentials for living the happiest, healthiest lives possible in a supportive environment that caters to their specific needs.
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“Benjamin” is a sweet boy with Autism. Though nonverbal, Benjamin says much through his eyes. He enjoys exploring, playing with newspapers, and cars, and having someone rub his head. Benjamin has a beautiful smile and since it’s hard to come by, it’s even more special. He also loves going on trips to the beach with his brothers. Needs $125/month. Sponsor here.
“Caleb” has mild CP, corrected strabismus, and attends mainstream school. He’s very smart and is an excellent student! Needs $225/month. Sponsor here.
“Christopher” is a friendly, observant boy who has hemiplegia and Epilepsy. He is a bright student who loves to learn. He is compassionate and caring to his foster brothers. Chrisopher is an excellent singer and wants to be a worship pastor when he grows up. Needs $185/month. Sponsor here.
“Daniel” has an intellectual disability and a super-huge smile! Before coming to SCH, he never had the opportunity to go to school; today, he is taught life skills and simple academics by an on-site teacher. Daniel is described as a sweet, kind young man. He’s affectionately called one of the ‘big boys’. Needs $300/month (currently unsponsored) Sponsor here.
“Jeremiah” is a friendly young man with an intellectual disability. He’s another one of the ‘big boys’. He has a gentle soul and loves to sing. Jeremiah loves to hang out with his foster brothers. He also enjoys crafts and making artwork to hang up around the house. Needs $260/month. Sponsor here.
“John” has Down Syndrome. He has the brightest smile and attends one of our on-site schools, where he loves to makes crafts and play with his foster brothers. Needs just $40 more/month! Sponsor here.
“Luke” is a gentle, quiet soul with an intellectual disability. He loves to lend a helping hand to anyone in need. Luke recently learned how to ride a bike for the first time and loves going for rides. He attends a mainstream private school and is doing very well in his classes. Needs $285/month. Sponsor here.
“Matthew” is a chatty, excitable, and affectionate boy who has hemiplegia, a brain shunt, and single-sided strabismus. He is very friendly with everyone, always has a positive outlook, and adapts well to new situations. Needs $325/month. Sponsor here.
“Michael” has Autism and is constantly exploring the world around him. He is described as a happy, content chatterbox of a boy! He lives at Victory Home. If you take him on a walk through the neighborhood, you are guaranteed to see things in a way you never did before. When Michael smiles or laughs, everyone around him does too. He attends on-site school taught by a tutor. Needs $140/month. Sponsor here.
“Oliver” has a moderate intellectual disability and some behavioral issues. He lives at Victory Home. He is described as a very quiet and observant young man who enjoys just sitting and watching his friends. He enjoys walks in the courtyard, nice breezes, country music, and eating naan. Needs $140/month. Sponsor here.
“Palmer” has Autism and a mild intellectual delay. He is described as a fun, playful, and active boy who is bursting with energy. He lives at Victory Home. Palmer loves to be challenged, excels in his mainstream private school in the community, and loves to play tag and color. Needs $200/month. Sponsor here.
“Prakash” has Apert Syndrome, like Rebekah, who lives at Joy Home! He also has an intellectual disability. Prakash lives at Victory Home. He has had a number of surgical interventions and now has functional use of his fingers and toes after separation surgery. He loves meeting new people, making crafts, and has the biggest grin you’ve ever seen! Needs $275/month. Sponsor here.
“Simon” has had a traumatic brain injury and also has CP. He loves to spend time sitting at the table playing games with his friends, learning new things, and listening to music. Sponsor here.
“Stephen” is described as an awfully sweet young man who has an intellectual disability. He loves to make crafts and color. He attends one of our on-site special education schools with the help of a tutor. Stephen is very friendly is quick to warm up to visitors. He’s one of the eldest young men at SCH. Needs $260/month. Sponsor here.
“Timothy” is described as a sweet quiet boy who has Autism and an intellectual disability. He arrived at SCH recently (as of 2017), and has really opened up. He enjoys working one-on-one with an on-site tutor to improve fine motor skills. He is also learning to run! After class, the boys in Victory Home do exercises, and Timothy loves to try to keep up. We are happy he is gaining muscle and doing things that are new to him. Read more about Timothy here. Needs $260/month. Sponsor here.
“Victor” is described as a sweet, quiet young man who loves to be around people. He was found abandoned with a skull fracture, resulting in traumatic brain injury. He has a kind spirit and gentle presence who loves to explore, especially at the beach. He works great one-on-one with an on-site tutor. He is devoted to learning and enjoys the structure of class. Needs $275/month. Sponsor here.
“Zane” has Down Syndrome. He is very smart! He is described as a very talkative, fun-loving, friendly boy. He is a very studious student who speaks 3 languages – English, Telugu, and Hindi. Zane is always one of the first to seek newcomers and visitors and befriend them. He also has some pretty sweet dance moves! Needs $220/month. Sponsor here.