Christel House India, which serves over 4,550 impoverished students in India and other countries, has received a grant from the Mary M. Dansby Trust at The San Diego Foundation.
“This grant from the Mary M. Dansby Trust will help provide support for 1,430 impoverished students at our Bangalore and Naya Raipur schools,” said Barbara S. Bosch, Vice President of Marketing and Development at Christel House International. “We are grateful to the Mary M. Dansby Trust helping Christel House develop successful students, accomplished graduates and self-sufficient, contributing members of society.”
The mission of Christel House is to transform the lives of impoverished children around the world—breaking the cycle of poverty and building self-sufficient, contributing members of society. A focus on academic excellence through a robust K–12 curriculum is combined with a strong character development program to give students the skills and competencies necessary to compete successfully in complex 21st Century society.
Christel House was established in 1998 by Founder and CEO Christel DeHaan, and currently serves over 4,550 impoverished students through eight learning centers — located in India, Mexico, South Africa and the United States.