News Release

Good Works by Hyderabad Congregation

50 Volunteers gathered.

Nearly 50 volunteers from the Hyderabad Stake (large congregation) joined together to donate goods and services to Rainbow Homes at Musheerabad.  They donned yellow Mormon Helping Hands vests and cleaned up debris, painted walls and donated food supplies for the children. 

Rainbow Homes helps girl children deserted on streets who are prone to high risk of physical and sexual abuse. This organization secures the basic rights of the girls through education and support. Currently, there are about 118 young girls rescued and supported at Musheerabad.

President John Gutty, joined by Manohar Mekala from the Hyderabad Stake Presidency, commented "The church provides community service where it is needed. We will continue to identify such places to offer support and help." 

Ms.Ambika , the founder of Aman Vedika Rainbow Homes , thanked the LDS volunteers for their efforts and service rendered. She said, "I expect the presence of Latter-day Saints often for such wonderful community services for Rainbow Homes in future."

Speaking at the event, The Hon.Finance and Civil Supplies Minister of Telangana State Sri. EATALA RAJENDER, MLA of Musheerabad  Dr. K.LAXMAN RAO (BJP Floor Leader of Telanaga State) and TRS State Secretary Sri. GOLLURI ANJAIAH, all appreciated the efforts made by the Church in providing humanitarian aid and welfare services. 

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