SPONSOR A CHILD
Donate to an NGO for children in South Delhi, to give a poor child a better childhood. The need was large, but hands were limited. This led to the invention of a sponsorship program based on the concept of "Teach Everyone". Sponsor-A-Child establishes a one-to-one relationship between the sponsored child and the sponsoring parent. By sponsoring a child - you can bring an important opportunity. Changes in society by educating a child.
SPONSOR A SCHOOL
DONATE TO A SCHOOL OF YOUR CHOICE FOR A YEAR
This school is a learning ground for more than 70 children and are situated in south Delhi Union Territories of India.
With your support, these children can receive their much-needed school education regularly for an entire year. By sponsoring a school, you will support education and learning of these children while also ensuring continuity in their schooling.
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We started to get the youth of today to help children who weren’t lucky enough to have the same opportunities. They need people to mentor or teach any skills they know with kids. Volunteers get the opportunity to teach kids from the most under-resourced schools and it definitely instills more responsibility in our roles towards equality in education.
GIVE A DONATION
We as Fairy Fari Foundation trying to support poor & needy people with best of Knowledge and Sports Activities. Your small contribution will support many slum's families and a little help means a lot to them.
On behalf of Charity Works, a non-profit organization that helps the slum children around the South Delhi area. We hope to persuade you to make a donation to an organization that is always willing to lend a helping hand. We have around 70 slum children and their families are very poor and cannot effort money for educating their children, so we are providing free Education and schooling for them. We all wish we could do more to support them.