New Hope Charitable Society’s History and Introduction
Julius and Usha Robin (Psalm 68:11) are Indian born Christians behind New Hope Charitable Society since 2005. Usha Robin was a registered nurse in Faridabad's largest hospital for 13 years; Julius was an supervisor at Escort Tractor Limited for 27 years. Both giving up their established jobs to help young girls on the streets, escaping abusive relationship as well as prostitution.
"To comfort all that mourn, give them a crown of beauty instead of ashes, oil of gladness instead of mourning and garment of praise instead of despair" (Isaiah 61:3).
Kelly and Richard Tevis are founders of Home of Hope. Due to lack of funding they were moved from India to USA. Julius and Usha didn't want to give up and through friends, dedication and perseverance they reopened and renamed the facility to "New Hope Charitable Society."
As the last woman graduated from New Hope Women’s Home in 2008, Julius and Usha changed their vision from woman to children. Thus allowing them to save young girls from years of abuse. Being and having a greater impact on their development, education and ability to succeed in life. 12 girls from the ages of 4-13 joined New Hope Charitable Society's Children’s Home within 6 month.