On the weekend of the 19th of October a beautiful marriage took place in Maher Home in Vadhu Budruk. Gorgeous looking Pooja married Santosh in a colorful and heartwarming ceremony. It was another of many joyful moments for Maher when their girl Pooja got married. It was also a day of mixed emotions because everyone was happy for Pooja to start a new chapter of her life but sad for her to leave the Maher- community. The marriage was sponsored by many friends of Maher, who took much interest in the wellbeing of both, the bright and fiancé.
Education is the only way out of poverty. Everyone will agree to this statement. Maher takes care of women and children and tries to provide them a better future through education and constantly learning.
A special milestone for Maher was laid in Jharkhand on 10th May 2014.
The project Ma Ka Ghar changed its place and found a new home in the village Chano on a big property. The opening was joined by many friends and well-wishers of Maher, who came to participate and be part of the ceremony. Bandhu Tirkey (MLA), Mrs. Brenda Howley (well-wisher, donor), Dr. Nicola Pawar (Maher trustee) and of course Sr. Lucy, the founder of Maher, and Hirabegum Mulla, the President of Maher, were all present.
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Maher (in the Marathi language) means "Mother's Home":
A haven of hope, belonging and understanding. Our mission is to help destitute women, children and men from all over India exercise their right to a higher quality of life, irrespective of gender, caste, creed or religion.