The Club’s motto – ‘The hand that gives is more blessed, than the hand that receives’.


1. Sneha Nilayam – Montfort Home for the Aged , Suryapet, Men and Women. The inmates feel that this Home is better than their children’s house as they are looked after well and needs are taken care of.

2. Don Bosco Home for Boys – Run by Sisters.

Students are sent to school; festivals are celebrated with great enthusiasm.

3. Ansul-Ur-Qurba-Nampally – Home for Orphan Boys and Girls.

4. Vedika Nilayam of Ranigunj – Home for Orphan Boys. Sithaphalmandi – Home for girls. They have a sweet way of welcoming the guests.

5. Ballika Nilayam – Home for Girls – Their studies up to college level and marriage is taken care of.

6. Home for the Disabled-Bansilalpet-Home for Children, Women and Men. Every inmate has some disability or the other. Regular visits by a doctor is well monitored by the government and by service minded sisters.

7. Montfort Nilayam – Home for the Street Children – Children are sent to school, good food and care is taken by Montfort Brothers.

8. Radha Krishana Ballika Home, Nalanagar. Neat and clean Systematic way of training and food habits are the plus points. The management has its own High School in the premises.

9. Mother Teresa’s Home-New Boiguda-Men and Women. Senior Citizens above 70 years. Healthy inmates take care of the others.

10. Little Sisters of the Poor Home, Museerabad – Men and Women Every month birthdays are celebrated.

11. Mother Teresa’s Home for Children, Clock Tower. Only Children with some deformity are the inmates. Mostly foreigners adopt them

12. Asha Jyoti-Home of Hope, Gajwel, Medak District, Aids Patients-Children, Men and Women are the inmates neatly maintained In patients-Regular doctors visits All the needed medicines and diet is given

13. LFHS, Life Line Club adopted a school - Carmel School at Chintalacheruvu. Every month Re. 1/- is collected from the students, from their pocket money. Contribution is made by the students of LKG to X standard. Fee, School uniform, books, stationery of a student from LKG to X standard is met through this contribution.

Life Line members of our school visit all the above mentioned places and many other homes. Every year the members distribute new clothes, like-Sarees, Pants, Shirts, Lungis, Nighties, Dresses for boys and girls of all ages, soaps, detergents, buckets, mugs, towels, Rice, sugar, oil, tea leaves, dals and son on. Entertainment programme was also conducted like dances, songs, skit.

Selection of these homes was done after a thorough survey by the Principal, Teachers and Students of the Life Line Club.