Sponsored sky dive!

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I have decided to do a Charity Skydive in support for CSSI
Your donation, whether it be small or big to support this Charity that does amazing work in the rural India would be very much appreciated. I have known and supported CSSI since the last five years.

Thank you very much for all your donations and support

Sijo

Sponsored walk raises £600

Pam and Steve Frost walked 19 miles along part of the South Downs Way to raise funds for CSSI. The aim was to raise awareness and finance for a new tailoring centre in Kerala. Over £600 was raised for this worthy cause. Many thanks to them!

 

Frost sponsored walk 2 Frost sponsored walk

Newsletter update

Click here – CSSI newsletter – May 2017 – to see the latest newsletter update.

Land for the community centre

With the support from friends from the UK, we were able to buy a piece of land in up in the hills of Kerala, Chenkara, to shift our tailoring centre to a permanent location.

As the Lord gave us funding we will be building a community centre on the newly bought land which will have a capacity to seat 150 – 200 people. This will be a great help for the local community living up in the hills to come together for meetings, fellowship and cultural functions. We are thankful to all those who stood with us financially to purchase this land.

In future this facility will help to train more women for skill work.

Tailoring centre project

Group of tailoring students at Chenkera , Kerala hills

Group of tailoring students at Chenkera , Kerala hills

Tailoring students in the CSSI Kanchiyar centre

Tailoring students in the CSSI Kanchiyar centre

CSSI’s centre in Kerala trains women in tailoring skills. After a six month long course, it enables them to earn an income. For all these years we have rented a limited space with only one window and no other facilities.

Some land has now been purchased in Chenkara thanks to the generosity of several donors and we now need to build the centre.

The building cost is approximately £5500

Please do consider donating to make this project a reality.
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