Walking down a muddy street in southern India on a hot, humid day, Neha Singh had a revelation that convinced her to dedicate her life to helping children of Third World countries. A young boy ran up to her, addressing her in Hindi. "Are you a good sister?" he asked. In response, Singh bought the boy a piece of bread. He soon returned with 200 other hungry children from the streets of India. Singh willingly bought each child a piece of bread. "I experienced a thrilling rush that one little boy valued me so much," she said.