McCabe in India
The McCabe family has expanded!
McCabe have just adopted 50 boys! The McCabe family have a history of missionary service in India dating back to 1921. The Revd Andrew McCabe continues the family tradition and was awarded the MBE for his work among the poor and needy. One of Andrew’s long-standing commitments is to 200 orphans at the Anand Niwas Boys Home near Lucknow. The home is struggling financially and the number of boys arriving is increasing. We are delighted to help. Our initial commitment will care for 50 boys and our ambition is to increase this number to 100. We have a vision at McCabe of making a difference in the countries we visit.
The success stories emanating from this home are humbling and a tribute to Andrew McCabe’s vision, proving that all these children lack in life is opportunity. Former pupils now hold high ranking positions throughout India and one boy, plucked off the street, became Sydney harbourmaster!
Click here to print an information sheet about the home.
Mon May 14, 2007