4 NGOs in Delhi to Volunteer For

Are you a social enthusiast? Do you often get hit by venomous thoughts of your contribution towards the needy? Are you empathic towards those who didn’t wake up to riches like you?

Here’s your chance to redeem!

Most of us already know the two broadly classified ways of helping and uplifting the poor and underprivileged in our society. These two classifications are either via Donation or via Volunteering.

Not many of us are apprehensive regarding donating our money but I am sure most of us (most of us empaths) definitely believe that time is a way bigger contribution than some amount that may or may not be utilized in the upliftment of those in need. Just like me, there are many who believe that their time contribution is much bigger than a minor monetary contribution towards improving the world we live in.

Given below are 4 NGOs in Delhi where you can contribute in your free time while you work a full-time job or as a part-time student volunteer to earn some bonus experience certificates.

1. Teach For India – https://www.teachforindia.org/

One of the best initiatives that the country has. It’s objective is to curb the menace of illiteracy in the country. This NGO is on a mission to reach the corners of the country with a skilled team of full time and part time faculty members with a vision of enhancing individual capabilities of children for their own bright future and for further being a contribution to the educational spread.

2. Smile Foundation – https://www.smilefoundationindia.org/

Smile Foundation is focussed in empowering underprivileged children, youth and women by providing services such as education, livelihood programs, and basic healthcare needs. They believe in a civic driven change and aim at overall upliftment of those who suffer only because they were born in the lower section of the society.

3. CRY Foundation – https://www.cry.org/

CRY, Child Rights and You aims to restore the rights of a child and was found in 1979. They enable and encourage people to take responsibility for the poor situation of a huge amount of underprivileged children in the society struggling to attain the basic rights they deserve as a human. Their vision is to see every child as a happy, healthy and a creative child.

4. The Toy Bank – http://toybank.in/

Believe it or not but toys, games and storybooks are very important for the holistic development of a child. The Toy Bank believes that every child, privileged or underprivileged, has the Right to Play and is now established in about 22 states in the country including Delhi. They take active measures by providing educational toys and related storybooks to the children belonging to the lower and poor section of the society.

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