Today, Kosher Travelers proudly teamed up with the NGO Gabriel Project Mumbai, helping to better the lives of the people living in impoverished cities in South India.
Founded in 2012, Gabriel Project Mumbai (GPM), is an NGO, that works with the local communities in caring for vulnerable children in slums and under-served rural villages of Maharashtra, India. Providing them with a grassroots response to poverty, malnutrition, disease, illiteracy, hunger, and child labor in India.
Before we left on our trip, we organized a collection of new and gently used English books, that today, we were able to donate to the library of the school.
Our afternoon also included a trip to the medical clinic and the women’s co-operative collecting soap and recycled paper.
It was heartening to see the dedicated work being done by Project Gabriel and other organizations.
Big bustling cities on breathtaking landscapes; tasty exotic teas and fertile rice paddies; soft silk and exquisitely pleasing pearls, and the marvels of Chinese medicine – see them all up close and personal as the greatest transformation of the modern age takes place before our very eyes.
An exciting exploration of both ancient and modern Chinese culture and of the Jewish communities that called China their home.
✅ Reserve seats at the Sydney Opera House. ✅ Schedule time to see the massive Darling Harbour and the smaller Sydney Harbour Bridge -major hubs of waterside life. ✅ Don't miss The Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney