“You give them something to eat.” Fr. Barnabe D’Souza, Rector, Don Bosco, Nerul, is doing just that during the current lockdown due to COVID-19.
When there is a crisis, you can count on the Salesians of Don Bosco to jump right to where the need is. COVID-19 has seen the Salesians reach out yet again.
The Oratory was a ‘home’ that welcomed, a ‘school’ that educated, a ‘church’ that evangelized and a ‘playground’ where friends could meet.
Shahul credits Shelter Don Bosco for every positive change in his life. He is grateful for the love and care provided by this lovely institution.
The Don Bosco Night Study Class has been founded to provide children a space where they can focus on their studies. Help is at hand in the form of teachers who clear doubts. Moreover, students who are in their crucial years of Std X and XII have always benefitted in a big way and Christopher’s story is no different.
“Had it not been for the love, care and support I received at Shelter Don Bosco, it would not have been possible for me to start out on my own. I owe my confidence in life to Shelter,” says Ejaz Khan who was rescued from the streets.
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