It's such an inspiring story for our ministry. If you haven't seen it, you're truly missing out. You can search online and watch it for free on youtube.
I was so excited to see one of the main characters (Avijit Halder) hold on to his talents and continue his education. You can read his story here: From a Calcutta brothel to a New York university
We dream of seeing one of our girls get this far! I know it's possible, we just have to stay focused. Pick a Pocket really needs help with administration. We'd love to set up scholarship programs as well educational programs for children in Ethiopia and India. But that's where you come in. We need teachers, disciples, people willing to give their time to these children. And especially someone who knows how to manage finances and organize a non-profit. This is where living in America makes sense. One day it will happen. But right now it seems as though that is thousands of dollars and hundreds of people away. So we will continue to rent our small homes in Ethiopia and give our small amount of time and huge amount of prayers to the women and children in Brothels across Mumbai.
How I would love to see this girl with an education and not living on the streets of India
The movie continues to bring Hope to Children in Calcutta. Visit their website: Kids With Cameras