Dr. Pauline E. King came to India as a medical missionary in 1955 with what today is the United Church of Christ/Global Ministries in United States of America. In 1969 she founded Mudhiyor Balar Kudumba Grama Pannai called in English as the Family Village Farm, a living community for orphans, elderly and the destitute. Dr. King worked for many years as a professor and public health nurse at the Christian Medical College and Hospital in Vellore, India and she managed the Family Village Farm until her retirement in 1988.
Who we are
Dr. Pauline E. King came to India as a medical missionary in 1955 with what today is the United Church of Christ/Global Ministries. In 1969 she founded the Family Village Farm a living community for orphans, elderly and the destitute. Born in Hillsdale, Pennsylvania, on June 4, 1917, Pauline King was the youngest
What we do
We provide food, clothing, accommodation, Education and Medical care for the children, mothers and grandparents. We bring up children in a family set up inculcating family values, showing them the love that they failed to receive from their own families, teaching them to value relationships and making
The organization was recognized as the "BEST INTEGRATED COMPLEX OF SPECIAL HOMES for Senior Citizens and Destitute Children” in Vellore district by the Juvenile Justice Act of the Government of Tamil Nadu.