Sunshine Home digs for water

Sunshine Home, located in Bangalore, India, provides housing to more than 80 orphans and rescued children. Their water supply has always been a difficult challenge and the cost of water delivery has now become very expensive. There is a short supply of water in the city of Bangalore. 

In recent months the water table has dropped and Sunshine’s water well dried up. They had limited funds for a new deeper well, so Child Impact stepped in to help fund the new well. The drill arrived on Monday and drilling started on Tuesday. After drilling and everyone praying for water, they were blessed with a 3-inch water flow. It was a successful task that produced a new deeper well and much needed water. 

Bangalore India Sunshine Home digging water well

Sunshine home is located on a property shared by a large Adventist Day School, a Child Impact office, and a small farm. It was the first orphanage in India that was established by co-founder Helen Eager and Mrs. Dorothy Watts – the wife of Pastor Watts who was the division President at that time.

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