“It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men”
-Frederick Douglass


J127 India Orphan Initiative is a curriculum-based program that works towards bringing emotional healing to orphans and children who have faced rejection, trauma and pain. This initiative uses stories, creative art, reflective questions, songs and activities to help build holistic well being in these children.

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If you have a heart for children at risk and have caught on to the vision and now want to implement it.
Join the J127 family.


Do you have the desire to teach? Would you like to disciple children? If so we would like to give you a platform to help you use your talents, wisdom and creativity to be a light in our clubs.


If you are interested in overseeing the clubs and collecting stories, we would like to give you an opportunity to hold the teachers accountable as the program coordinators hold you accountable.

impact stories

Pradeep grew up experiencing suffering and oppression. 13 year old Pradeep lives in an orphanage where the children have gone through bad trauma and abuse. Pradeep was still a classic teen; goofing off with friends and playing games. Like any typical teen, chores especially those involving laundry aren’t done with great relish. Read More


Priya’s cheeks burned with anger, she could no longer feel the pain of the bruises caused by her father’s beating over her hurt deep inside. At the age of 14 Priya could not bear the look at her friends as she was being beaten by her drunken father.  Read More


Naveen painfully witnessed his father kill his mother. Several years ago his father overpowered his mother, tied a rope around her neck and hung her. She died as he watched on. His father then ran from the house and has not been seen since. Raised by his grandmother, he was told daily, “Eat your food and grow into a strong man then go find your father and kill him.” Read More


When we were looking for a club teacher at a Home, a young staff came forward. She shared that she was part of that Home from as young as she remembered. Sister Gladys lost her… Read More


Basha was trafficked and abused sexually by men. Police found him in the dark corner of a streets, afraid and cowering in fear. They brought him to a Home for children run by a church. Read More