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Sponsor a child’s midday meals at school

23% of the children in India are born underweight. India also has the largest development programme, and yet the progress on malnutrition is limited, causing most major disabilities among children.

4.00% funded 21 Supporters
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Make a difference; help a girl receive an education & overcome poverty

According to an ILO report, the extent of bonded child labour estimates from various social activist groups range up to 350,000 in 2001. Kasuva Village, where the Sevalaya campus is…

51.00% funded 72 Supporters

ProjectKHEL - Taking education beyond the classroom

Adolescents lack crucial Life Skills which restricts them from reaching their full potential. Half the world menstruates, yet it is a taboo topic and young girls do not know how…

72.00% funded 413 Supporters

Catering to disadvantaged disabled children’s educational needs

There are 40 to 80 million disabled people in India. Getting a job remains a challenge for them as most disabled children aren’t given the chance to complete their primary…

2.00% funded 38 Supporters
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Running for education – Vignesh’s campaign for the education of children

“If we want to reach real peace in this world, we should start educating children” – MAHATMA GANDHI. Poverty being one of the biggest problems in India, getting a job…

105.00% funded 37 Supporters

Swabhiman - give the gift of education to a disadvantaged girl

Kaintain, a village in Sitapur District of Uttar Pradesh, has very few basic amenities. Based on a Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) survey conducted by us, the area has a total…

49.00% funded 61 Supporters
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Running for education – Shruti’s campaign for the children of Bhumi

‘Today’s children, tomorrow’s future’ The immense truth that this statement holds forces us to ponder over the biggest challenges India as a country is and has been facing:child education. The…

56.00% funded 37 Supporters
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Join Venkat to sponsor Nakshatra: Inter-Orphanage Talent Festival

Hundreds of children live in shelter homes where sometimes even basic necessities are seen as a privilege. Having spent most of their time in such institutions, these children have low…

18.00% funded 31 Supporters
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Donating miles for smiles – Vivek’s campaign for the children of Bhumi

Most children in shelter homes, slum and village communities go to state funded schools where the quality of education they receive leaves much to be desired. Their learning is ineffective,…

101.00% funded 47 Supporters
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Sponsor children at the national inter-orphanage talent festival - Nakshatra

Hundreds of children live in shelter homes where sometimes even basic necessities are seen as a privilege. Having spent most of their time in such institutions, these children have low…

84.00% funded 266 Supporters

Provide rehabilitation to 90 disabled students

Over 50 million people suffer from various physical disabilities in India. Despite this fact, most of them can’t pursue an ordinary life as there is a lack of disabled-friendly policies…

1.00% funded 6 Supporters
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Help creating a better future for slum kids

After the ‘Right To Education Act’ was passed, the Government of India has made education free and compulsory for the age group 6 to 14. But this declaration was no…

3.00% funded 31 Supporters
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