Ardsley HS senior raising money to help orphaned, blind children in India
An Ardsley High School senior is putting brighter smiles on the faces of orphaned, blind children in India. News 12 previously reported about Dave Chadha in the spring, who raised more than $15,000 to help provide critical dental care for the kids. It's through the Dental Care Bridge, a nonprofit he founded. He recently returned from India, where he met and helped more than 50 children at the Blind School in New Delhi. Chadha says he worked with dental professionals and school officials to set up a dental camp to provide treatment, procedures, preventative dental kits and more. He says some of the kids told him they had never been to the dentist before. Chadha says that some of the kids asked him when he'll be back - that's why he says he plans to raise money through the same GoFundMe page to help more children next year.