Help transform the lives of vulnerable women and children.
Ways to give
Where needed most
You can help provide food, clothing, housing and care for thousands of women and children in a country where many are without shelter, nutrition and access to medical services. Mukti goes beyond basic necessities investing in the social, emotional, educational and spiritual needs.
Did you know that you have the power to make a real difference in the lives of vulnerable women and children? It’s true! By partnering with us in the Mukti New Zealand Sponsorship Program, you can help transform their lives and give them hope for a brighter future. So why not join us today and become a part of something truly special?
Our projects are all about increasing Mukti India’s capacity to make a positive impact in the lives of our residents both now and in the future. We truly believe that it’s a privilege to be a part of this incredible work. So come join us and be a part of something amazing!
Support a Project
Leave a Legacy
Leaving a bequest to Mukti is a meaningful way to make a lasting impact on vulnerable women and children in India. By including our mission in your estate planning, you can help transform lives and bring hope for a brighter future.
If you’d like to know more please contact us.
Our local New Zealand team
SBy supporting the local office, you can help ensure that we have the necessary resources to operate efficiently so that our donors’ contributions have a direct and meaningful impact on the community they wish to support overseas. We can then continue to send funds designated for overseas, 100% to India.
If you would like to support our office, please select ‘local office’ from the donation form above.
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“Music is a universal language and OH the JOY it gave me when our two hearts connected in song, we sang together in our own languages, Marathi & English, Jesus Loves me this I Know…”
“The blessing it gave us both was truly precious.”