Volunteer with Goodwill Mission

Goodwill Mission

Pondicherry, India, South Asia
Goodwill Mission is a non-governmental organization working for the unwanted, uncared and unloved destitute in the street of Pondicherry, Tamilnadu (India). The most terrible poverty in the world is loneliness and the feeling of being unloved. Everyone is important and valuable beyond caste, creed, and social status.

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Our streets are filled with people. Unfortunately most of these are deprived destitute. We see the poorest in the form of beggars and vagabonds. What do these people require? We might think that they require food to eat and clothes to wear and some money. But is this what they really want?
These poor people do not just hunger for a piece of bread or a meal, nor do they thirst only for a glass of water. They actually hunger for love, for somebody to look at them, for somebody to want them, for somebody to talk to them and somebody to care for them. That’s the hunger to be cared for, to be wanted, to be loved. For these people, nakedness is not only to gain a piece of cloth. Nakedness to them is that loss of human dignity, that loss of the beautiful virtue of purity, the gift that God has given to every human being; that beautiful gift of chastity and that beautiful gift of virginity.
For these souls, Homelessness is not only to have no home built of bricks. It is being rejected, unwanted and thrown away by their own family and society. We often pick up people who don’t cry of hunger, but rather they complain that their son or daughter threw them out of their own house. This is the feeling of real homelessness, of feeling unwanted, and unloved!
Mother Teresa often recited an incident, “One night about midnight a little child came to Mother Teresa’s convent and was knocking at the gate. Sister asked “What has happened?” He replied, “My father and mother are separated. I went to my father, my father didn’t want me. I went to my mother; my mother also didn’t want me.” Then he asked Sister if she wanted him. She took him in her arms immediately. This is the terrible, terrible feeling of being unwanted.
So our poor brothers and sisters from the streets desire not only for food, water or a home rather it is for someone to love them, for someone to talk to them, for someone to listen to them.
Goodwill Mission is a non-governmental organization working for the downtrodden in the society who are unwanted, uncared and unloved destitute, rake pickers and disabled who are on the street without proper food, clothing, shelter and hygiene. To bring changes and dignity in their life in the street of Pondicherry and Tamil Nadu (India).
Our mission is to create a holistic development and inspirational model of living and working together to create a social change in the life of deprived and disabled by providing compassion and self-sustainable life.
To start a community to uplift the needy and the poor irrespective of age, caste, creed, languages, religions and sex.
• Home for the aged and sick
• Family Reunion
• Free Medication & Treatment for the poor
• Skill Training
• Cultivation & Animal Farming

Dignity is brought to the people who are in street by means of living together, working together and accepting each other as they are...For everyone is important and valuable in this world.


Up to 5 people



No.100, Annai Nagar, 5th Cross Street, Navarkulam, Lawspet, Pondicherry - 605008., Pondicherry, India.

: +918124725737

: joshianumuthu@hotmail.com



Goodwill Mission is a non-governmental organization working for the downtrodden in the society who are unwanted, uncared and unloved destitute, rake pickers and disabled who are on the street without proper food, clothing, shelter and hygiene. To bring changes and dignity in their life in the street of Pondicherry and Tamil Nadu (India).
Our mission is to create a holistic development and inspirational model of living and working together to create a social change in the life of deprived and disabled by providing compassion and self sustainable life.


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