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“Sport itself cannot move a country out of poverty. However, it can contribute to bringing about social change.” We at Magician Foundation India (MFI) began with a simple aspiration: to bring access to play to children from low-income families living in the slums of Mumbai.
Our world renowned panel of oncologists felt that a large number of cancer patients were unable to access treatment of an international standard due to their economically disadvantaged backgrounds. The foundation came into existence with the view that a patient’s inability to afford treatment should not restrict the access or the quality of cancer treatment that they so badly need.
Shroffs Foundation Trust has successfully blended the philosophy of Gandhiji, Ramkrishna Paramhansa and Swami Vivekananda with modern science and effective corporate management and governance systems. This unique blend of the personal with the professional, the traditional with the contemporary, the emotional with the rational and the prudent with the innovative has given SFT its leading edge.
“United Way Delhi National Capital Region” will be a leader in creating and supporting strategic initiatives and convening partners to generate systemic and sustainable improvements in the communities. We will be recognized as a trusted steward and will be accountable for planned outcomes.
We envision a world in which all children can pursue a quality education that enables them to reach their full potential and contribute to their communities and the world. Room to Read seeks to transform the lives of millions of children in low-income countries by focusing on literacy and gender equality in education.
Mobile Creches is a pioneering organisation working for early child care and child rights since 1969. As we turn 50 after an incredible journey of challenges and major milestones, we would like you to share your birthdays with ours this year - helping us to push the cause of early child care and education for children living in the poor conditions of construction sites and slums across India.
Make A Difference (MAD) is a youth driven, non-profit organisation working to ensure equitable outcomes for children in orphanages and street shelters. Registered as a non-profit in 2006, Make A Difference reaches out to over 3,460 children in 67 shelters across 23 cities in India, through a highly efficient 3,822 strong volunteer network.
Midday Meal is a strategic program of the Government of India, and is being implemented by ISKCON Food Relief Foundation (IFRF) under the brand name - “annamrita” in select schools across the country. The aim of this project is to liberate children from the vicious cycle of Malnourishment and Illiteracy. It is a not-for-profit, non-religious, non-sectarian public charitable organizations formed
To assist people with disabilities regardless of colour, race or creed by creating conditions necessary for physical, mental and spiritual well being of the disabled persons. We believe that each disabled person has a unique ability in disability and that persons with disabilities should have the personal freedom to pursue their aspirations.
PRATYeK recognizes children as primary stakeholders of society, hence providing them with forums to effectively engage with policies and policy makers. It provides marginalized children of the society with a democratic platform for the implementation of child rights. Pratyek also works towards a wholesome development of the marginalized children of the society and ensures their capacity building.