The children at Angels Orphanage lead happy, optimistic lives. The orphanage works as a unit, with the older residents acting as role models for younger ones, who in turn look out for each other. There are chores to be done and studies to take seriously. But music, dancing, games, and eating sweets are some of the children’s favorite leisure activities.

For Sabina, the children’s education is of utmost importance. Books, tuition, and uniforms are high-priority items and are always at the top of her wish list. Even though these items are expensive, she sees every last rupee as an investment in the future. She is also a firm believer that a high-quality education instills a sense of discipline and a motivation to succeed.

Another priority at Angels Orphanage is proper hygiene and medical treatment. Flu season in Bangalore coincides with the rains, and in the small shelter where thirty children sleep in the same room, diseases can spread very quickly when not prevented or treated properly. As such, like any good mother, Sabina makes sure her children only consume fresh drinking water, bathe regularly, and always have clean clothing to wear.