OUR INDIAN ORPHANAGE

In the heart of every child is a hunger for home. Not just for food and a place to sleep, but for safety and community. Most importantly: for love. At the Good Shepherd Agricultural Mission, 350kms east of Delhi in the town of Banbasa, we are much more than a home for unwanted Indian orphans.

We are a family, where God’s love guides us all as we grow and expand year after year. Not just an Indian orphanage, we are a nearly self-sustaining organization; a working farm, a vibrant school, receiving no government assistance of any kind. Take a look around and if you have any questions just get in contact with us via the menu above!

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November 30th, 2016|6 Comments

Let me start by saying, we don't do what we do for any type of recognition... but it sure does

THIS CHRISTMAS

It’s that time of year at the Good Shepherd Agricultural Mission. Time to throw the annual Christmas celebration! It’s no small job! There are 86 children, 25 Staff members and around 80 expected visitors! There are gifts and clothes to buy…treat bags and stockings to fill…picnics and special meals and fireworks and decorations. All for 191 human people! If you find it challenging to host a nice Christmas for you and your family, imagine if you had 200 coming over to celebrate. We’re looking for a little help this Christmas to make the magic happen, check out how you can get involved…

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INTRODUCTION VIDEO

For more than 70 years, with the help of caring individuals worldwide and a lot of hard work, we wake up each day with the same goal: to bring as much love to as many unwanted children as possible. It’s not always easy, it comes with a long list of challenges to overcome… but we are doing it! Lives are being changed and stories rewritten. We are excited to have you along for the ride. Take a look at our introduction video, it was put together by long time volunteer and friend of our organization, John Marshall.

OUR ORPHAN CHILDREN

Please take some time to sit and browse through the rest of our orphanages website, we do our best to update it regularly. There is plenty of information to see that we hope will bring you closer to understanding us, our orphans, our goals and our dreams. If you are looking for volunteering information or volunteer work with our orphans please take a look at our visitors information section.

WELCOME TO THE FAMILY!

So take a look around our website; meet the team, see what we do. We would love to get to know you more, learn about how you heard of our organization and also hear any thoughts or ideas that you might have. If you are interested in volunteering or donating, please click the appropriate buttons below. We cannot do this work alone so we’re glad you’re here. Welcome to the family!

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High Praise

Let me start by saying, we don't do what we do for any type of recognition... but it sure does feel nice when we get

Giving Thanks

Thanksgiving, the US National holiday, is not normally celebrated here in India, for obvious reasons. But because our founder, Rev. Maxton D. Strong, was originally

Learning Resource Center

We are super excited to announce the beginning of a new chapter in the story of our school, the Maxton Strong School. With the support

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SUMMER GAMES

Each year during the school summer holidays we run the Summer Games. 40 days of madness, games, activities, bus trips, camping, movies, water fights, competitions and more. This year our games were taken to the next level with mountain trips to the Abbot Mount, white water rafting in the Himalayas, superheroes taking over the orphanage for a day, fishing and an insane winter wonder land! The games are now over but the memories will last for ever!

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Hear From Our Volunteers

No place affected me more than the GSAM. During my time, I found the children to be beyond adorable, quick to smile and easily pleased. I have no doubt they gave more love to me and my family than we could ever hope to give to them.

John Marshall, USA

Wonderful. Way too short because our visit was not planned; the most memorable part of our first visit to India. Rick ‘warned’ us that the kids would get under our skin, and that’s exactly what happened!

Rosey Barta, Australia

The days spent at the mission will always stay with me for the rest of my life. It’s not the work that we did that really caused the impact, it was the time we spent there, interacting with the kids, the opportunity to bring laughter, joy and smiles.

JJ Tan, Singapore

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