Starting with an important factor that orphanages are more capable to care for more children in a better way than any widow on her own. Orphanages are treated as a great shelter for those children who have lost every person and living their remaining life lonely. Children generally go to these institutions as an approach to relieving their stress from a responsible person.
Orphans living in orphanages are provided with a safe and secure environment to grow, proper space and room for sleeping, healthy regular food, proper schooling, and they can easily visit or meet their families sometimes. Most important though, is that children in orphanages are usually given a stable lifestyle that they would not find at home. They’re offered a routine and a calm space in places which are safe and so relaxing in terms of living a better life.
By supporting and donating to these orphanages that are already set up (making them bigger and better), we will have more of an impact in our society to accommodate and can grow more children in a better safe environment with every possible facility.
So here I will highlight some key reasons for building orphanages and why we are still building and supporting this social cause in 2020. Maybe you aren’t updated with the core arguments. So I’ll display a few of them precisely here:
This is absolutely right. A large number of poor children actually have at least one parent still alive, and essentially every one of them has a more distant family, grandparents, uncles, aunties, cousins. Even if these children have lost both their parents, why separate them from every other person they know and love too? We have this sentimental thought of orphaned children that they have wonderfully lost everyone on earth that they are related with, and subsequently need us to save them.
Many children are in orphanages because of poverty, not just with Orphanhood.
That is why we have orphanages. They meet a need in poor communities for schooling, housing, and nutritious food.
They struggle to take care of their own families, not to mention any additional children that go along if a relative die. Thus they go to the next best solution that is an orphanage.
I have seen many people while serving at the field who have sent their own blood children in orphanages and surprisingly when I ask them about the reason they just said the same thing that “I couldn’t afford to feed them”. So, why we are not spending our money to support and strengthen families so they can keep and care for their own children and orphaned relatives? Why are we using our resources to take children out of their families?
You may be wondering but this is not a big deal? Orphanages at least provide the best shelter to the poor kids, three times a meal of the day, and better schooling for the efficient growth of these orphans. The environment these orphanages are giving is most appreciated and people will always permit to send their kids if they died or their kids have to live without their absence.
Building orphanages with great motivation to serve orphans and reduce the number of poor kids and make sure to provide them with a perfect roof, healthy meal and the proper schooling for growing their life is a great move. Building orphanages has a great significance in society and we should donate and support such causes in means of eliminating poverty.