Kell Frandsen visited India in 1994 and was profoundly affected by what he discovered in the state of Orissa, a land filled with destitute people who were dying from starvation and disease. Kell and Lorri decided that they wanted to help meet the financial and social needs of the poor and oppressed in India through humanitarian aid. They were particularly drawn to the plight of children, who often suffered the most from privation. Over the next 18 years they worked at establishing a registered Canadian Society and sponsorship program to that end. They now live in India where Lorri writes books on the needs of the poor in India and Kell works with various organizations to bring practical aid, such as water projects, to struggling communities. They also link Canadian sponsors to charitable trusts in India which are dedicated to providing literacy and education to children. We work in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, and in Odisha, India, as well as Nepal.