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Elderly Sponsorship
For years Impact India 360 and CEM have been feeding, clothing, and caring for the forgotten elderly in India. Today you can join them by sponsoring a resident of the Agape Old Age Home. You can do a partial sponsorship of $33 or $67 or commit to the support of all of a resident's needs for just $100 a month.





Kone Chandram
My name is K. Chandram and my husband died in 1995. I have three sons and one daughter. After the death of my husband, my eldest son took care of me for a year. But my daughter-in-law treated me very badly, so I went to my daughter’s house. After a couple of years, my son-in-law contracted T.B. and was unable to work. My daughter works as a daily wage worker in the agricultural field to feed her husband and children as well as to provide medications for her husband. She struggled to feed me and to give me proper medical care. She heard about Agape Old Age Home and when she shared our deplorable to story, I was given a place to live.





Danthuluri Satyavathi
My name is D. Satyavathi and my husband died in the year 1993. I have no children so I adopted my sister’s son. I gave my life to his future. He got a job in Hyderabad, married and settled there. He used to send me a little money for my care but after four years of marriage, he stopped. I was left alone in my village at the mercy of the neighbors. A Christian woman saw my sick and deplorable condition and brought me to the Agape Old Age Home.




Pattanala Venkayamma
My name is P. Venkayamma and my husband, Surya Rao, was a daily wage laborer. I have two daughters and one son who are married. After my children married, my husband abandoned me. A few years later, my husband was killed and my son sold our properties. When he went to live with his father-in-law, I was left alone. Because my health was deteriorating, I went to my daughter’s house. Her husband is a drunkard and he would beat me and not give me food. My daughter could not help me. When she heard about the Agape Old Age Home through a Christian pastor, she brought me here so I would have care for the rest of my life.




Attili Satyavathi
My name is A. Satyavathi and I come from a Hindu family. I worked hard to feed and care for my two children after the death of my husband. After getting married, my children took all my property and cast me away from their home because I was a burden to them. I lived on the streets and depended on the compassion of the village people. When one of my relatives came from Dowlaiswaram to our village to attend a festival, she saw my situation and she kindly brought me to the Agape Old Age Home and requested Jaya’s help in my life.




Undrajapu Velugamma
My name is U. Velugamma and I lived in utter poverty. My husband was a daily wage laborer and died from health issues. My five children married moved away with their families and abandoned me. I have some health problems and it is difficult for me to do physical work so I ended up on the streets begging for food to survive. Our neighbors heard about CEM and their kind services to widows and orphans so they brought me to the Agape Old Age Home.




Pendurthi Ratnam
My name is P. Ratnam. I have three sons and one daughter. My husband was a village elder and helped many people during their times of trouble. Sadly, my husband died when he had a heart attack. After his death, we were in financial crisis and my children became drunkards. My daughters-in-law treated me very badly and eventually I was thrown away from the house to live in the streets. My health is very poor so I cannot work to feed myself. My relatives approached Jaya and requested I be accepted in to the Agape Old Age Home.




Pouroju Veeraju
My name is P. Veeraju and I was an assistant to a carpenter. I was given very little wage but I managed to raise my children. I have two daughters and three sons. My sons married and now have their own children. One of my sons, who loved me very much, died. I borrowed money for my daughters’ marriages but when I was unable to repay the loan, the lenders took my small house. After this, my daughter-in-law did not allow me to live in their house. Even though I have children and grandchildren, no one is helping me and I am on the streets begging for food. One Christian pastor told me about the Agape Old Age Home and their charitable services towards abandoned elderly persons. This pastor helped me be accepted into the home by sharing my story.




Tatapudi Musalaiah
My name is T. Musalaiah and I was a shoe maker. I have two daughters and two sons. After my children married, I lost my wife and I became very lonely. When I became sick, my children did not care for me and I was in the bed for about a year. My children thought I was useless because I could not work to earn money so they have cast me away. I was left on the streets at the mercy of the community. Someone told me about the Agape home and their love and care for abandoned elderly persons. He brought me to the Agape Old Age Home and requested a place for me.





Dulla Chandraiah
My name is D. Chandraiah. I am not educated but my sister, who I love, is married to an educated man. Sadly, my brother-in-law cheated me and stole all my property which was given to me by my father. When my wife got sick, I took her to hospital where doctors said she needed immediate surgery. I asked my brother-in-law for help but he would not so I lost my wife. I have no children and therefore no one to care for me in my old age. I am ill and not able to do physical work so I begged for my food. Some kind people took pity on me and brought me to the Agape Old Age Home.




Bodapati Venkayamma
I have three children - one son and two daughters. They all married and my husband died not long after, so I moved in with my son. Two years ago, my son died, but my daughter in law did not care about me. She always shouted and treated me like a dog. She always said to get out of her house, and that I was a Satan in her home. I cried a lot, asking God, "Oh! God why don’t you take my life?" and sometimes I attempted suicide. But miraculously God saved my life. In this time my relatives told me about the Agape Old Age Home; and I decided to beg to join there. After hearing my sad story, the staff gave me admission.




Draksharapu Kusuma
My husband and I lived in Gokavaram village, where he worked in the shop. He abandoned 40 years ago, so I had to work as daily wage laborer to take care of my three children until they got married. After their weddings, I was left alone and worked here and there to get my livelihood. My children felt that I am burden to them since they are too poor, and on of my daughters-in-law had thrown me out from their house. From then, I had none to share my grief and needs. I used to live on the streets, begging for morsel of food to feed my hungry stomach since I was too weak to work. Some kind persons have recommended me to Agape Old Age Home.




Tipathi Bangaramma
My husband died 45 years ago, leaving me alone to care for our six girls. Fortunately, they got married, but they have all settled different areas. I am very old and could not able to work, no one care for me. All my daughters suggested me to join an old age home. One of my relative helped me to join the Agape Old Age Home.




Pouroju Alivelumangamma
We were a very poor family and my husband was an alcoholic. He did not feed or care for our children. I took care of them until they got married. After a while I was left alone and worked here and there to get my livelihood. Now I cannot work to get food. Some of my relatives told about Agape Old Age Home, I came and joined here.




Chintam Janardhan
I have four children, three sons and one daughter I worked as a day laborer. 35 years ago my wife died, I was given very little wage in those days and I brought up my kids with that little income. My sons married and have their children. I borrowed some money for my daughter marriage. I wasn't able to repay the loan, so the lenders took my small house. That left me so mentally unsettled that I did not what I was doing. After this happened my daughter-in-law did not allow me to live in their house. Even though I have children and grandchildren, no one is helping me and I am on the streets begging food. Recently I got healthier and a Christian pastor told me about the Agape Home and their charitable services towards abandoned elderly persons.




Mutyam Lakshmi
My name is M. Lakshmi , I got married 45 years back and my husband passed away. I have one son. He got married and they went another state for their family's welfare. But there was no longer someone look after me. I faced many troubles - sometimes my grandson cared for me, but they were also poor. They heard about the CEM campus where so many helpless and destitute like me are being cared for and loved. He kindly brought me to the Agape Old Age Home and requested help.




Powroju Santhamma
My name is P. Santhamma and I am 65 years old, I had one son and one daughter. My husband died several years ago and two years back my son died of a heart attack. His family faced many troubles. My daughter’s family was also very poor, so no one could take care of me. I was left alone and worked here and there to get my livelihood. Now I am unable to work to get food. Some of my relatives told me about the Agape Old Age Home, so I came and joined here. I also understood that Jesus Christ is my savior and took baptism in AOH. Life is so much better now!




Chandramalla Veeramma
My name is Ch.Veeramma and I am 66 years old. My husband abandoned me after our four daughters were born. I faced so many troubles raising our girls! After their marriages, they went to their husbands’ homes and left me alone to fend for myself. I heard about the Agape Old Age Home and requested Jaya’s help. I now have peace and joy in my heart now that I receive all my basic needs such as food, shelter and clothing as well as medical care and enjoying the fellowship of the community.




Kommu Veeramma
My name is K. Veeramma and I am 61 years old. My husband died few years back, We had one daughter, but she got married and went her husband’s home. I was left alone worked as a day laborer to get my livelihood, but the time came that I was simply unable to work to support myself anymore. Some of my relatives told about the Agape Old Age Home. Thank God for bringing this beautiful CEM family in my last days of life to live with peace and dignity in the society.




Kakavaparthi Subbayamma
My name is K. Subbayamma and I am 65 years old. My husband died several years back when my son was a little one. I brought up my son alone, finding work as a day laborer. When he grew up, he married; but my daughter-in-law did not care for me or show any compassion. She always shouted at me and treated me like a pig. She always wanted to get rid of me from the house. I cried many times thinking about pathetic condition. At times I have attempted for suicide; but miraculously, God saved my life. At that time one of my relatives told about Agape Old Age Home. After hearing my sad story, Jaya admitted me.




Rayi Simhachalam
My name is Rayi Simhachalam and I am 60 years old. I married 43 years back and my husband passed away after only a year. I have one son; but being very poor, he was unable to care for me. I became unable to work and and felt helpless and lonely as I thought about my situation. My neighbors heard about the CEM campus and brought me to Agape Old Age Home and requested their help.


If you are not ready to become a sponsor you can still be part of this amazing ministry by giving a one-time donation. All funds will help provide safety, hope, and a vision of Christ’s love to these beautiful people.