“I’ve grown up with Snehadhara. It’s is like a second home, like family.” says Divya.

“I officially started working with SF in 2019. Of course, I have known the children from the very beginning due to my personal connection so it was a different experience entirely. The facilitator equation came much later. For me, Snehadhara is a place of absolute joy and love. I learnt to do new things out of excitement for the kids. I have challenged myself to learn keeping the children in mind and picked up skills that I never would have had the opportunity to otherwise. My own love of music was mixed with the children I love. And so many opportunities opened up. I have taken a small step back now but I’ve been involved actively in every way that I can be. I contribute in anyway that I can and every little update matters to me.”

“I have many stories to tell of Snehadhara. I know and have seen first hand all that it has taken to be what it is today. I hope that we always have people who nurture the system as a whole, a community. We need to own it like it is our own, with compassion and care.”

What is Humans of SF? 

This is a series on the humans of SF; an attempt to celebrate each of the people who make Snehadhara whole. Novelist Anne Sewell said “It is good people who make good places.” And amongst the many good people in this world, there are some here at Snehadhara who make up this good place. We are ecstatic to bring to you glimpses of the Snehadhara team. Join us as we delve into the stories of people who stand for SF.