One Life to Love established and operates a Home for children who are neglected or abandoned because of their intellectual and physical disabilities or because of their family’s debilitating poverty. We make long-lasting impact in the lives of these children by welcoming them in as our own and effecting change in their communities.
A snapshot of the life of a woman dedicated to rescuing India’s abandoned children
November 1st - born and raised in Brick, N.J. USA
May - Graduated from Brick Memorial High School.
August - Accepted to the Fashion Institute of Technology’s Jewelry Design program.
Homeless outreach in NYC
Hired as National Account Executive for a luxury jewelry brand.
Accepted into Fashion Institute of Technology’s International Trade & Marketing undergrad program, minoring in Asian Studies.
July - Internship in rural Uganda with former child soldiers.
December - Awarded the Gemini Shippers Scholarship.
January – Studied in rural Turkey
May – Graduated from F.I.T. Magna Cum Laude
May – Joined research team in Ladakh, India.
July – Research team returned to USA. Courtney stayed in India.
August – Courtney moves into a slum in northeast Delhi.
Volunteers in shelter home for street children.
January - Meets Surendar, an abandoned boy with special needs. Her life is forever changed.
December - Surendar passes away. Courtney makes a promise to help children like Surendar.
One Life to Love is established
November - Home of Hope for special children opens its doors.