India@57, volunteering for art and literature: I feel what India lacks is an integrated literature. A tolerant literature. A literature that brings up all its genres together and not orphan one for another. An independent literature. An entitled literature.
India@75, volunteering for technological advancement: It is all about devoting some of our precious time in order to secure a better future for ourselves. It is all about giving, at the end of the day and it sure is no rocket science.
India@75! Let's give ourselves 10 years - a decade. A decade of change, of collaboration, of social good - of volunteerism!
Hi5 is an exclusive club, for socially conscious college students across India. To be part of the club, every student has to engage in 5 hours of volunteering DURING the Joy of Giving Week, either 5 hours at a go or 1hr/day for 5 days
The article traces the inception and significant contribution of 'Saheli', one of the pioneer women's organisation and a important participant of the Indian women's movement.
9 ways donors will be attracted to your website and press the link to contribute some money.
Milaap has started a new scheme where a person lends Rs. 1000 and receives a book by Varun Agarwal. The money is spent on rural entrepreneurs.
Pathakoli Pathshala is a school that strives to provide education for underprivileged street children absolutely free of cost in Bangladesh.
The articles sheds light on a anti-poverty campaign called ‘Live Below the Line’ and its successful efforts to help people in various parts of the world.
The article encourages youth to engage in volunteerism and social work along with their student life so that they can initiate change in society.
Devika Mittal volunteered with an NGO called Aman Biradri, and her experiences overwhelmed her. Read about them and get inspired to volunteer.
Asmita is an NGO in Borivali, Mumbai, that helps the underprivileged live a better life. Know of an NGO in your city? Do share the story.
In this fast-paced life, where we don’t find time for our beloved ones, the under-privileged children hardly see a morning. Breaking this myth is a non-profit organization, ‘Yuvaa’