Every child in every nation will have access to a quality education. This education will prepare children to become responsible and engaged citizens, ready for life in a changing world.
Like Wings Foundation gives hope by fostering permanent positive change in the lives of disadvantaged children and their communities.
EVERY CHILD BELONGS TO A FAMILY
Family is the heart of society. Within a family each child is protected and enjoys a sense of belonging. Here, children learn values, share responsibilities and form life-long relationships. A family environment gives them a solid foundation on which to build their lives.
EVERY CHILD GROWS WITH LOVE
Through love and acceptance, emotional wounds are healed and confidence is built. Children learn to trust and believe in themselves and others. With this self-assurance each child can recognise and fulfil his or her potential.
Like Wings Foundation delivers its humanitarian mission based on a platform of four core beliefs.
We believe each child possesses a unique set of gifts and talents. Educators and others invested in the education of children should value each child as a unique and special individual.
We believe that there are key principles that join our world together through the common bonds of human dignity and respect. All those concerned with the education of children should uphold these universal principles.
We believe that educational experiences are enhanced by instructional strategies and learning environments that offer the very best opportunities for children's learning within the context of the nation, community, city, town or village in which children live.
We believe all children should be educated in environments of fairness where there is freedom from bias or favoritism and where access to, and participation in, educational experiences are the cornerstone of the home, school and community.
At Like Wings Foundation, we:
- Believe in Love: Caring, Understanding and Helping each other .
- Believe in people: helping all who need it regardless of their religion, ethnicity, culture or gender, and empowering the poor.
- Believe in the rights of the most vulnerable: especially the poor, disadvantaged, homeless, displaced and destitute children and their communities.
- Believe in good Work: being transparent, accountable, honest and cost-effective in all our dealings.
- Believe in accountability and professionalism: being responsible to people, to the people we help, to our donors, to the Indian government.
- Believe in service: opposing poverty and social injustice, condemning all that impoverishes children and denies their potential, and committing to sharing resources with the poor.