NGOs in Delhi- NCR
The question with which college students will be stretching their head in the coming days going to be, “which internship or NGO to join?”So today, let’s talk about Delhi-NCR best NGOs and why you should join them.
Child rights and you
Also referred to as CRY, founded by Rippan Kapoor in 1979, is an NGO working tirelessly for the rights of underprivileged children. The idea and motive are to make them capable and aware of their potential. The conviction with which CRY was founded still continues through their interns and volunteers. Keep a track of every possible issue related to children and trying to make a safe environment for their growth and development, is what CRY does.
Join now: https://www.cry.org
If you are someone who is waiting for an opportunity to learn and grow, this is exactly what you need. The only issue with Mashproject is that y are very demanding with their interns. Giving you hand on experience on how to work in a team.
Teach for India
Founded in 2007, targeting the basic need to make India a better place, i-e Education. It’s a way for people to actually witness realities of our education system and actually be a cause of change.
Join now https://www.teachforindia.org/
Robin hood army
founded in 2014 by Neel Ghose and Anand Sinha, they believe, hunger is more than just missing a meal”. This zero fund organization targets that one part of those three basic necessities i-e hunger. Do not wait for long to be a reason for a smile on someone’s face.The best part is, they are almost in every major city you name.
Join now https://robinhoodarmy.com/
Smile, started in 2002, addresses issues of education through women empowerment, health care initiative, and livelihood of underprivileged children and their families. They believe one can do little for the development of a child without his family as education is means as well as the end to a better life.
Join now: https://www.smilefoundationindia.org
this NGO was founded in 1999 by Anshu Gupta. We all are well aware of the gap between our urban and rural areas, but did you ever thought of using it as a means to try to solve the problem faced by people back there. Well, this NGO does that. Initiatives arising from issues which are rarely addressed will give you the opportunity to actually witness a different set of work. So, what are you waiting for?
Be part of this change, the change we need to make our world better.
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