Balgram SOS Children Village, Yerawada, Pune

This facility at Yerawada, Pune can accommodate up to 200 children, distributed among 20 homes with approximately 10 children per home. Its aim is to provide a comprehensive development environment for the children it serves.

The center offers a wide range of amenities to support their overall growth and well-being. These include a cultural hall, playground, computer lab, library, and a health center. Additionally, there is a kitchen garden where organic vegetables and fruits are grown to promote healthy eating habits among the children.

To enhance their education and skills, the center provides tuition classes and tutors for music, dance, karate, and spoken English. Furthermore, there is an indoor games facility to encourage recreational activities and social interaction.

Notably, each home in the facility is equipped with solar panels, enabling the use of sustainable energy sources and fostering environmental consciousness.



Contact No

020 – 29993310
+91 9881133123

Sources of Funding

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