The Disabled Indian Veterans needs your clothing donations, household items donations, furniture donations and even kitchenware donations. You can help kids with disabilities enjoy full lives.

Having a disability shouldn’t mean being excluded. Over 1 billion people around the world have some form of disability — many of them children. Whether affected by disease, land mines, or other injuries, children with disabilities in developing countries often find themselves isolated, lonely, and with little hope. You can help these kids reach for their God-given potential — equipping them to attend school, play with others, participate in their communities and in decisions that affect them, get specialized resources and care, and feel fully supported.

You’ll ease challenges for families and caregivers through compassionate support like:
1. Assistive technologies and devices such as hearing aids, glasses, crutches, prosthetic limbs, and wheelchairs
2. Equitable access to educational services and activities, including school clubs and programs
3. Income-generating opportunities and job- and life-skills training for caregivers. Support for inclusion training, awareness activities, and stigma reduction at individual and community levels etc.

Monthly giving is the most effective way to help the children and families who need it most. It lowers costs, which means more of your gift helps kids! Plus, your donations will be delivering the right solution at just the right time. And while your gifts are changing lives, you’ll get to see the power of your generosity through quarterly updates and World Vision magazine.­