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Watch the video to discover what Prakash is doing for students right now, and how you can be a part of their transformation.

What We Need Immediately:

$12,000 by June 15, 2019We’ve fallen short this month and we REALLY need your help to meet our financial commitments in July.  Monthly DonationsYour regular monthly contributions allow this ministry to continue to impact lives of marginalized students. Share With A FriendWill you please share this page with a friend  (or two) and tell them about Prakash for India?

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Prakash for India 

810 Greenwood Drive 

Whitefish, MT 59937 USA

Prakash Boys Institute Students

About Prakash

Prakash for India is a registered nonprofit, non-denominational organization that provides Christ-centered vocational training, leadership development and life skills education to marginalized young Indian nationals.

Our Mission

Teaching skills and Christian principles so young marginalized adult Indians can live with hope.

“Speak up for the people who have no voice, for the rights of all the down-and-outers. Speak out for justice! Speak up for the poor and destitute!” Proverbs 31:8-9

Our Vision

Prakash for India envisions God working powerfully through its alumni to build a thriving Christian community across India that shares the love and grace of Jesus Christ, grows disciples, sustains itself, reproduces itself and is a significant developmental force for that country.

Karishma is a 19 years old computer student at Prakash Ruth Girls Institute.

Growing up, she had a very difficult family life. Her father was an alcoholic, she became very ill due to her family problems, and she miraculously survived several suicide attempts. 

She praises her mother for her strong faith, sharing with her about Jesus and teaching her how to pray.

Since coming to RGI, not only has Karishma learned valuable life skills, she has learned the power of personal responsibility. The staff has taught her to take ownership over her life choices, apologize when necessary, and turn her anger and irritation into love and patience.

Karishma is excited to graduate from RGI, and after finishing her studies she wants to get a job and help support her family and live with dignity. But, Karishma’s dream is in very real danger.

Your help is needed for Karishma and other marginalized young Indian men and women at Prakash for India.

Ruth Girls Institute Student

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