Being with Young at risk as a friend on the streets and in the other situations of risk


Inspired by Don Bosco and challenged by the marginalization of the young, we will strive to reach out to them, to heal the brokenness in their lives, to inspire and to support them towards a new life, to accompany them back to the mainstream of society by joining hands with socially responsible persons and organizations. We also strive to create in the society a caring attitude towards its young in various situations of risk.

YOUNG AT RISK


YOUNG AT RISK are street children/ youth, child labourers, child beggars, un- accompanied children, children in conflict with law, abused and abandoned youth, run away children, children from dysfunctional families……

News - 2017


July 28, 2017

Project-Tuition

Don Bosco Psycho-Social Support Centre launched a new project as part of its Outreach service on June 1, 2017 with 36 high school students. The project […]
July 22, 2017

Project – Supplementary Education

Supplementary education venture was launched on 3 July, 2017 at Don Bosco Psycho-Social Support Centre with 75 high school students from two schools in Palluruthy. The […]
May 12, 2017

DON BOSCO BADMINTON ACADEMY

The inauguration of DON BOSCO BADMINTON ACADEMY, Palluruthy, was held on May 11, 2017. The Mayor of Cochin Mrs. Soumini Jain, Mr. A.B. Sabu, chairperson of […]
May 8, 2017

SSLC Results

The much eagerly awaited SSLC results carried the good news that all the 8 girls came out with flying colour with Akshara Sajeeve scoring 93%. However, […]
May 1, 2017

DB Badminton Academy

DON BOSCO, PALLURUTHY, COCHIN 682006 INVITATION You are most cordially invited to the inauguration of D.B. BADMINTON ACADEMY on May 11, 2017 at 4.00 p.m. by […]
May 1, 2017

A Day Out for Don Bosco Staff

Everyone likes to relax, have fun and be free for at least for a day! This was made real for Don Bosco Sneha Bhavan Project staff […]
April 28, 2017

Stories

April 28, 2017

THREE MANGOES

“Father, here are the mangoes I promised you!” said the 5 ft. 7” tall Charlie (not his real name) handing me a packet of three mangoes. […]

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