A distant village in Uttar Pradesh is now known by the name of â€œSnapdeal.com Nagarâ€ earlier known as Shiv Nagar. The tiny town had good reason to, because SnapDeal, Indiaâ€™s version of Groupon, provided it with fresh water.
SWECHHA, a NGO in DELHI is spreading awareness about Environmental Conservation And Waste Management by organizing workshops, Yamuna Yatra and interactive sessions with students and young adults. Our intern Megh interviewed Vedika Jiandani, co-ordinator at SWECHHA
Even though there are many typical ways of seeking funds, such as - grants, venture capital, angel funding, donations, etc. - we try and look at few innovative funding models to help you grow your project to the best.
We put together knowledge from industry experts, social entrepreneurs, NGOs and youngsters like you. And here is our answer - The Social Leaders Program (SLP).
Delhi based Arpan is working to sensitize the community to understand the importance of the financial independence of the girl child. It is educating girl child.
Be the change this summer, opt for an NGO internship instead of chasing just your careers and experience the world! At least see the issues around you and write for them, make the people aware about the cause as well as the NGO.
Consolidated Fabrics Limited â€“ impacting the Riviere Citron, which crosses through Balaclava a tourist hot spot in Mauritius and ends in the Turtle Bay Sea.
In today's times, is volunteerism becoming a fad or a popular culture, just to show off how socially active you are and not to genuinely indulge in self-less acts?
I take immense pleasure in introducing our partners in change, Citizen Effect. Citizen Effect is driven by the idea that anyone can make a real and significant impact in the world. Their mission is to provide everyday citizens the tools and networks they need to work directly with communities around the world.
"Whether it is a small or a big act of kindness, it is not to be showcased." This is a very simple sentence but has a deep meaning if you try to understand it. Since the past few days I have been meeting and hearing about some people who actually believe in the above sentence.
We need to stop fooling our consciences, let us at least be honest with ourselves. At least then there is scope for improvement. How can we change when we are blind to the need for it?
Itâ€™s time to bury the apprehension in each one of us and become a person who thinks and feels for the people around, who wonâ€™t move ahead at a traffic signal thinking that somebody else will come out to help, whoâ€™ll be free from the shackles of indifference.