Our Indian grassroots partner, Odanadi, recently played a crucial role in the rescue of a young girl from the hands of trafficking criminals. Swathi* is 15 years old and was living with her mother in a remote village in North Karnataka when she was targeted by human trafficking criminals. After her father died in an accident, Swathi’s family faced significant financial hardship. Her mother became the family’s sole breadwinner as well as carer for Swathi’s paralyzed grandmothe
Sivi lives in a remote village called Siriyur about 20km away from the nearest school. Sivi’s father is a labourer and her family face tough economic challenges and depend upon Government rations to buy food. Sivi wanted to go to school but faced many barriers due to the remote location of her village and her family’s wish for her to help at home. Alongside our Indian grassroots partner, Grace Charitable Trust, Adventure Ashram helped purchase and cover the running costs of s
Adventure Ashram's UK Car & Bike Rally is back! The rally will take place on Saturday, May 7th in the beautiful Peak District and we can't wait to see many of our friends and supporters there. Make sure you save the date and keep an eye our for tickets going on sale this January!
We were delighted to help our Indian charity partner, Odanadi, purchase new bikes for the girls! The girls have already tested out their new wheels with a 5-day 250 km expedition from Mysore through villages and tribal hamlets! The bicycles will help the girls look after their physical and mental well-being and we’re sure there’ll be more fun two-wheeled adventures to come…