An awarding winning children's charity Bangkok Thailand, with Father Jo Maier doing amazing things and stretching every cent every which way.
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Inspiring Kids to dream big.
Sock monkey charity, super cute.
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On wings of an eagle she soars and with the heart of a Namibian Leopard.
A kind and passionate global nomad/child educator.
which trains teachers, parents and educators.
Quoting--For twenty years I have served in various roles as teacher, guidance counselor, principal, college instructor, and consultant in public education. During that time I have participated in experimental projects for educational change, seen theories of education come and go, and read most of the current books on educational reform.
Among all the books I have read, Education for Life stands out as that rare pedagogical phenomenon: a book both refreshingly original and wholly workable.
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Inspired by Senge's philosophy, a group of young corporate professionals came together in 2002 to set up Smile Foundation to work with grassroots initiatives for effecting positive changes in the lives of underprivileged children, their families and communities.
When Vidya Vanam began in 2007, it was with a mission to provide a fear-free and inclusive learning environment and a specially designed curriculum that integrates today’s educational requirements with the community’s unique needs and inculcate appreciation and respect for their culture, knowledge base and environment.
The Akanksha Fund Inc. is a not-for-profit organization that works to raise support and awareness in the U.S. and funds educational opportunities for disadvantaged children in India. Our programs enable some of the most marginalized children in the world to maximize their potential and change their lives.
Almost 60 million primary school-aged children aren’t in school, according to the United Nations. Some of them, girls especially, have to stay at home to help take care of siblings and collect water; others have to go to work to help support their family; some live too far from the nearest school; others can’t afford to pay for school fees or buy a uniform.
These children are not getting the basic education they need to become empowered adults who can support their families and their communities out of poverty.
The organisation was founded on the belief that quality education is the undeniable right of every child and that children should not be deprived of this just because they do not have access to it or the resources to realise their dreams.
An excommunicated widow who is now a successful business owner.
A dropout youth who became a high scorer and a proud graduate.
A 10-year old girl who persuaded her abusive, alcoholic father to go into rehab.
A girl in our eighth grade class who dreams of going back to her home town and changing it from the ground up.
VIDYA makes stories like this happen. We're a 30-year old NGO based in India that believes in social change through empowering the most vulnerable members of underprivileged communities: the women, youth, and children.
We create peerless programs with our approach of holistic, practical education and vocational training.
Through our mid-day meal programme, our attempt is to feed the millions of children in India who have the zeal to learn and achieve, but not the means. By feeding them that one wholesome meal a day, we give them the motivation and nourishment they need to pursue an education and a better future. It is our endeavour to reach out to every child at the grass root level of the society.
Bighelp For Education offers following services for those who come forward to help the underprivileged children in India and ensure each penny of their fund is effectively utilized for the intended cause. All the credit is given to the donor in all our programs.
Global Hand is a matching service: a non-profit brokerage facilitating public/ private partnership.
Although today’s world sees many parties wishing to respond to global issues, the problem they often face is connectivity. Who should they partner with and how?
Global Hand is designed to bring together people from all parts of the spectrum. You can use this site to find partners wherever you fit. Your area of interest may be.
"As a first step towards fulfilling the vision of the Government and the leadership of the country, Bharti has kick-started its voluntary and affirmative action in making significant contribution to provide education to the weaker sections of the society, so as to make them employable. We need to ensure that our children and young people have access to quality education. Through Bharti Foundation we are determined to make a substantial impact in this area.
The thought process behind ANK is that quality education is the only :
Vehicle that can improve the living standards of the poor people.
Tool which can equip them to make informed and intelligent choices about their lives and future.
Weapon to fight poverty and truly empower the children who tomorrow will be the face of India.
ANK seeks to achieve a better tomorrow through the medium of education and unleash the power of knowledge that is inaccessible to millions.
India Foundation (IF) for Children Education and Care, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to eliminating poverty through education in India. IF was founded in 2006 in the USA, by an enthusiastic group of Indian-Americans, who passionately believe in the goal of bringing social and economical transformation in India through education. Our focus is on educating poor children with emphasis on elementary education to eliminate poverty.
“Door Step School” was established in Mumbai, India in 1988 and later expanded in Pune in 1993 with the aim of providing literacy to the marginalised sections of society. The organisation built its program to address three major problems:
Door Step School provides education and support to the often-forgotten children of pavement dwellers, slum dwellers, construction site families and many other underprivileged families. Many of these children are not enrolled in school and have limited access to books and a place to study. Many children also drop out of school to work or care for younger children. With neither support nor resources at home, some children also suffer from very low learning levels.
Isha Vidhya, a not for profit education initiative, works for the economic and social empowerment of rural children in the villages across southern state of Tamil Nadu, India. Through this effort, the foundation is committed to raising the level of education and literacy in rural India and to helping disadvantaged children realize their full potential.
The foundation through its Isha Vidhya schools offer a nurturing approach to education in villages. Isha Vidhya has been an active supporter of promoting education among female children in the villages and all our schools have seen an increased enrollment of girl children.
We support the most disadvantaged children and young people in Chennai. By providing safe accommodation, food, healthcare, education and vocational training, we give these children the power to change their lives and the lives of the people around them. Once employed they are able to support their families and end the cycle of poverty for future generations. Without this care, these children and their families will continue to live a life of hardship with few prospects and little hope.
Transforming education for the under-served since 2003.Winner of Governor’s & Derozio Award. Parikrma is included as a chapter in Cornell University & IIMB.Parikrma Humanity Foundation is a non-profit organization that began in 2003 with the simple idea that even the poorest child from the slums can access the highest quality opportunities with the best possible English language education. With this vision, Parikrma has evolved into 4 Centres for Learning and a Junior College (for PUC) for 1500 children from 69 slum communities and 4 orphanages in Bangalore. Parikrma children are already in various colleges pursuing courses such as medicine, engineering, hotel management, art, nursing, science, commerce etc.
Family is the heart of society. Within a family each child is protected and enjoys a sense of belonging. Here, children learn values, share responsibilities and form life-long relationships. A family environment gives them a solid foundation on which to build their lives.
Respect of individual human dignity, both of self and others
Empathy through shared understanding, leading to sacrificial love
Integrity — a commitment to lives and relationships founded on honesty and excellence
Collective Responsibility leading to action for the common good
Team Leadership and Servant Leadership, devoted to the service of others
Education is the biggest aspiration of the poor. Despite lacking the means to consistently eat full meals, consume clean drinking water or use a toilet, India's poor prioritize their children's education. They often take high interest loans from the moneylender to send their children to private school as they view the government schools as insufficient. They perceive education as both the means and the ends to building a better life. Education does empower individuals to improve his/her own situation by putting them in a position to earn and provide for their family. Children are the future of any country, and for a country like India, this is especially true. Developing the education, awareness and talents of underprivileged children is the key to the progress of the entire nation.
For many underprivileged children in India education is a luxury that they cannot afford. Poverty plays a key role in taking away this opportunity from them and many a times their location and lack of transport facilities also plays spoiler. Or, most of the times they drop out of schools and take up odd jobs as child labourers to support their family financially. This is where NGOs and the government should step in to help! While we are aware that the government has come up with many schemes promoting education amongst underprivileged children in India, they should also promote vocational training equally that will help them receive a skill for employment in the future.
We develop projects allowing people living in developing regions to protect their environment and prevent climate change, all the while improving their living conditions.
Environmental awareness & education. Supporting the sustainable development of underprivileged populations.
A SMALL DECISION MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE
After teaching for many years in over-crowded government schools, Asha Pandey becomes frustrated with the schools' strict and unimaginative curriculum. She sees that children are not learning effectively. And for the most part, instructors and administrators experience a terrible disconnection with their students.
AID Faridabad is a step forward in bringing education to the opportunity deprived children of India. Through our dedicated team of volunteers and teachers, we provide informal education to destitute children and assist their transition into full-time education. AID Faridabad currently operates three schools (Prabha, Udaan & Disha) in the city and aims to create a profound impact on the community by equipping under-privileged children with the power of education.
help children of india.org
Help children of India is a project name and encompasses the charitable work undertaken by Gwalior Hospital & Education Charitable Trust (GHECT) registered in India.
The charitable work is represented and supported internationally by Gwalior Children’s Charity (GCC) registered in the United Kingdom.
Snehalaya is the name given to the care campus from which all Help Children of India services are run.
Project Nanhi Kali
Since 2005, Project Nanhi Kali has been managed by the K. C. Mahindra Education Trust and Naandi Foundation. Its objective is to provide 10 years of quality education to girl children from economically disadvantaged families.
Project Nanhi Kali is working with 19 NGO implementation partners at the grassroot level to ensure that the girls receive academic and material support. The K. C. Mahindra Education Trust regularly monitors the NGOs giving technical inputs wherever required to ensure that quality education is being imparted to all the Nanhi Kalis.
More than 27.5% of 1.35 billion of India’s population lives below the poverty line unable to attain the basic needs of life. Their challenges include inadequate infrastructure, limited employment opportunities and access to education.
Our vision: "to break the cycle of poverty and improve the quality of life of the disadvantaged" in the Indian subcontinent.
To bring this vision into reality we: "work for the disadvantaged by providing opportunities for Education, Training and Development."
Commitment: We are committed to the upliftment of the disadvantaged.
Now in its 23rd year, HEAL – a UK registered charity (reg. no: 101334) – is committed to providing shelter, support, education and health care for needy children. As a small charity we are committed to ensuring that your donations are not wasted on administrative costs, such as advertising and salaries. We achieve this because we have no administrative office and no paid administrative staff.
Little Stars School provides a free education for more than 900 children from underprivileged homes in Nagwa, Varanasi, India. It is the only school of its kind in Varanasi providing quality education to children from poor families from pre-nursery thru 12th grade. The school depends primarily on private donations and sponsorships as it is not funded by the government or big agencies.
The demand for this kind of education is growing. Fortunately we were able to build an expansion. Since 1996 the school has grown from 7 students to our current population. Our students can access a complete education and even have the opportunity to attend university.
In 2003, a close family member of one of us - a teacher at a Government school in Chennai, India - asked for financial help for her school so that they could construct a kitchen for their free lunch program. We were able to help the school with this request, and figured that more schools like this one would need help as well. We continued working with the Jaigopal Garodia Foundation that ran this particular school, to help this school, and found other schools like it that needed help. Fundraising among family and friends led to the need to formally register OPEN as a non-profit organization in the US, and eventually in India.
Pratham Shiksha is a charitable organization in Jaipur, Rajasthan (India) to promote and support basic education for underprivileged people.
provides a stimulating learning environment for 250 children belonging to low-income families (less than Rs. 8000 per month) from the neighborhood. Children are nurtured with respect so they can develop a healthy body and mind as well as learn to be good citizens in today's world. Diksha supplies a nutritious mid-day meal (prepared on the premises daily) and a snack to each child...
Soham In Sanskrit, it is the mantra signifying "I Am That", which identifies the self as one with the world. Team Soham feels that since we are one with the world it is our responsibility to improve the world. Our ultimate goal is to secure the entry of our pupils into good quality employment or higher education, enabling them to become successful, positive role models for their communities. In this way we aim to help individuals, families and communities to permanently break the cycle of poverty.
We were founded on the belief that every child counts.
Children’s Hope India (CHI) helps children and families progress from poverty to prosperity. We do this by partnering with local organizations that improve access to education, medical care, shelter, social services, and job skills training. And we support initiatives that improve communities and foster an environment where change is possible. Over the years we have helped to give hundreds of thousands of children and their families the capacity and courage to achieve their dreams.
The Wings of Hope is a North London-based children’s charity, providing education and support for underprivileged youth around the world.
We currently run school projects in India, Malawi and here in the UK. Our fundraising awards programme (WOHAA) supports poor and underprivileged children in India and Malawi, whilst at the same time developing the skills and talents of secondary and Sixth Form students in the UK.
We are an international children’s charity working to provide free education to children in the developing world. We are not affiliated with any religious or political association.
DLF Foundation, the philanthropic arm of DLF Limited was established in the year 2008 to create the structure for the ongoing social responsibility initiatives of the company. It has been formed with the mission to empower the communities and create livelihood opportunities for the underprivileged. Education, Health and skill development have been covered under all the initiatives taken by DLF Foundation. Sustainable and inclusive growth is ensured with our approach that is both environment-friendly and socially uplifting.
DLF Foundation has been registered under the laws of India as a charitable organization, under the direct patronage of Mr. K.P. Singh, the Chairman of the DLF Group. The Foundation has taken rural education, Training, Health and Environmental initiatives since its incorporation, and it looks forward to creating new innovative precedents in areas of Rural Education, Health, and Labor care.
The children's initiative Plant-for-the-Planet is initiated
by 9-year-old Felix Finkbeiner.
Inspired by Wangari Maathai, who planted 30 million trees in Africa in 30 years, Felix formulated his vision:
Children could plant one million trees in every country on earth and thereby offset CO2 emissions all on their own, while adults are still talking about doing it. Each tree binds a CO2 intake of 10 kg per year.
The first tree is planted and Klaus Töpfer, former German Federal Minister of the Environment and executive director of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) becomes official patron.
Felix promises UNEP that children in every country on earth will plant one million trees. In the following years, Plant-for-the-Planet developed into a global movement.
Every second child in India cannot read at her grade level.1
This immense reading deficit comes from a variety of reasons, an important one being the dearth of reading material beyond textbooks in school. Without easy access to books in their mother tongue languages, children struggle to learn to read and practise their reading skills.
Since 2004, we have been creating engaging storybooks in multiple languages and formats to help children discover the joy of reading – in languages they can understand, set in locations they can recognise, featuring characters with whom they can identify, and telling stories that capture their attention and fuel their imagination.
Our books delight and enchant children, taking them on adventures and introducing them to new worlds.
Our mission is to see ‘a book in every child’s hand’. And here’s how you can help us do that.