Helping People in Need

Working to bring about transformation in different communities with the vision of a healthier, happier India. Help us rescue millions of Indian children from the bondage of ignorance, poverty and deprivation.

Our Story

Bethanya started with a vision and mission, in the year of 1986 and registered in the Government of India in 1999. It is a Social, Educational, Economical, Trust and Christian Ministry.

We are a recognized Trust & Christian Ministry, which is been active in the local community for more than 30 years. It consists of ordinary people of all ages, backgrounds and experiences who meet to worship God and live in relationship with Him. We seek to live the Christian faith in a vibrant and relevant way and to present it to others in an up-to-date manner, bearing witness to the Lord Jesus Christ as our only Savior and of the benefits of knowing and following Him.

We believe in the power of the Word of God and have witnessed God’s provision of peace and strength for everyday living and his provision for real hope for the future. As a Trust and Ministry, we also believe that the Lord’s call is to “love your neighbour as yourself.”( Lev. 19:18 ) and hence we are involved both locally and internationally in mission work and the improvement of individual, family and community life.

Established in 2015

Gypsy Children’s Home

The Narikuravar (Gypsy’s) is an indigenous community from Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Through the Bethanya, many children are able to receive education in this community.
Established in 2015

Tribal Children’s Home

This children’s home is belongs to the Chenchus Tribals, They are called Adivasi in Indian language, a designated Scheduled Tribe in the Indian states of Andhra Pradesh.
Established in 2018

Quarry Children’s Home

Most of the families work in the quarry as daily laborers in this village, and their children and work with them or stay back in the house.
Established in 2015

Donakonda Community Center

This village is located the Donakonda is located in Prakasam district of Andhra Pradesh, Southern Part of India. Most of the villagers works in the fields as daily laborers, who’s children attend Bethanya activities.
Established in 2015

St. Thomas Children’s Home

Nearly all workers are in their mid forties and fifties, and suffer from work induced ailments like cancer, tuberculosis, asthma and other respiratory diseases.