For more than 30 years Future Hope has been helping vulnerable children escape the poverty and danger of the streets by providing safe homes where they feel cared for and happy.
Future Hope is a charitable organisation which provides opportunity through its homes, school, sports and medical programme for some of
the most vulnerable children from the streets and slums of Kolkata, India.
We put society's most vulnerable children at the centre of all we do, and after 34 years we understand the problems they face,
and the solutions that dramatically and permanently change their lives for the better
Artificial Intelligence vs Human Touch - Annual House Drama Competition
It took months of research on deepfakes, voice cloning, overseas university scams and the latest in artificial intelligence. Building props, writing scripts, rehearsals and staging were carried out with huge commitment. And the the result were four brilliant productions in our annual "Katie Baddeley" drama competition.
The theme of "Artificial Intelligence Vs Human Touch" was testing. But the children of Future Hope rose to the challenge. "Seldom I have seen such intense and varied depictions on stage," said Kaushik Dutta, one of the judges.
At the end of the four performances the din of 600 claps resonated the Mahadevi Birla World Academy auditorium acknowleding the tremendous effort put up by the children. And after a tense wait, the winning house was Panthers.
Well done all, front of house, back stage, house captains and every performer, super job!
Lessons can be learnt by children in many ways, in the classroom, learning music, playing sport - read more in our newsletter
Since its inception in 1987 Future Hope has touched more than 3,500 young lives and many thousands more families.
We pride ourselves on our alumni who have become self-reliant, hardworking members of society, with steady employment and happy families.
"My dream is to motivate others so they don’t suffer the same ways I had to go through, to be a successful person and support my family".