Thayi Mane, a children's home for orphan and destitute children was established in 2007. It provides a warm, safe, loving home to them where the children can grow up to be happy, well rounded individuals. To help simulate a family environment, house mothers reside and serve as substitute mothers for the children. At present we have 120 children residing in the home varying from ages 6 to 20. Our vision is to serve, love and uplift the less privileged. Thayi Mane is recognized by the Women and Child Welfare department of Karnataka state government. Unlike some other institutions, we accept children of all faiths and provide all facilities free of cost
Our vision is to highlight that every person, especially those who are blessed to have opportunities for better education and living condition, has a social responsibility to extend a helping hand to the children who have been rendered homeless due to various factors.
Thayi Mane is a tiny attempt to reach out to the many children in need. Our dream is to establish multiple such homes or partner with other ngos to reach out to a increasing number of destitute and orphaned children
Our main objective is to provide underprivileged children with a all-rounded, happy, healthy life. We want to bring them to main stream society through formal education and by providing a environment which is conducive to their growth. Additionally, we want each child to grow up to become responsible member of the society with a strong value system.
We believe that education is both a means as well as the end to a better life. Education is the means because it empowers an individual to earn livelihood and it increases ones awareness on a range of issues from healthcare to appropriate social behavior to understanding one and anothers right. Education is most effective tool that helps children build strong foundation, enabling them to free themselves from the vicious cycle of ignorance, poverty, vices and disease.