SSSMILE Village, Kerala, India
Who do we serve?
We serve 120 people of varying ages who were previously homeless.
What do we do?
We provide solidarity and financial support to give the people an environment where their dignity and worth are affirmed. This includes eco-friendly living with shelter, food, and medicine for as long as they need it.
When do we do it?
We sponsor several poor boxes throughout the year.
The annual Evening in India takes place each year the Saturday after Easter Sunday.
Where do we serve?
All fundraising activities take place at Resurrection. We are looking into taking a trip to India and SSSMILE Village in 2021.
How can I get involved?
Contact Joe Thomas: email@example.com for more information.
Join the planning committee for the annual Evening in India.
Join the SSSMILE FELLOWSHIP WhatsApp group.
Donate to the poor boxes earmarked for SSSMILE VIllage and encourage family and friends to donate generously.
Join the group who sponsor individual residents.
Offer your prayers for the continued health and growth of the Village and its residents.
Upcoming dates and events:
Evening in India: April 18, 2020
Poor Boxes: March 15, May 3
SSSMILE (which stands for Sacred Scripture’s Social Message into Lived Experience) Village is located in southwest India, in the State of Kerala, Resurrection Parish has been supporting supporting SSSMILE Village since 2004.
Fr. Antony Plackal, VC, a former Superior General of the Indian Vincentians, founded the village in 2000. Our parishioners have
helped fund a bus, construction of homes, vocational training center, drinking water well and cemetery. We are currently fundraising to help contruct housing for the elderly.
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