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This page updated 24/01/2019
Liberty Children's Home
Giving children the opportunity to discover their potential, to dream big dreams about their future and give them the opportunity to shape their own lives.
Liberty Childrens Home is a UK charity that supports the Indian "Liberty Children's Home", in the village of Chintalapudi, Andhra Pradesh. The Home, run by Pastor Hezekiah (pictured here), provides secure and safe living conditions, food, clothes, medical care and books for school. The Home commits support to all of the children, up to the time that they leave to take up employment and can support themselves.

The Home can best be described as a large foster home, rather than an orphanage. Some of the children are orphans, others come from single parent situations or from family situations where, due to long term sickness, the parents are not capable of obtaining sufficient work to support their children. The Home can provide a respite period for the parents and, if the parents recover from their ailment, some of the children return home or, when old enough, return home to support their parents.