MGP India celebrates its 5th year anniversary, empowers 14 people who stammer to get a voice this summer in Bengaluru

Smiles galore after the public speaking event at the Garuda Mall, Bengaluru

Bengaluru is a very special place. That is where the McGuire India Programme started five years ago. This summer, we saw the largest course to date and lots of smiles on peoples faces.

14 individuals – a pair of teenage twins, 3 high school students, a college student, and 8 working professionals descended into Bengaluru from all over India to beat their stammers. Their only hope was to get the voice they never had.

Honourable mention of UK instructor in Indian Newspaper

On a recent news article illustrating UK-India ties, Hindustan Times, a leading Indian newspaper recognized Matthew Richardson from The McGuire Programme for his continued efforts in transforming lives of people who stammer in India.

Well deserved Matthew. Thank you for your incredible support to people across the world. 

9 people arrived in New Delhi, India with a stammer. They went back home with a Voice.

New students spoke in public with full control for the very first time in their lives during the Public speaking event at Ambience Mall, Gurgaon, India - December 2018

The holiday season – whether it is Diwali or Hanukkah or Christmas is truly magical. 

In the 2018 wintry holiday season, 9 individuals – two practicing doctors, a high school student, a college student, and five working professionals descended into New Delhi from all over India to beat their stammers. Their only hope was to get the voice they never had.

To help them smash their stammers and support them, graduates, coaches and instructors came from different cities in India and countries overseas - Abu Dhabi, Dubai, France, Sri Lanka, UK, and USA.

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