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Designing For Compassion

As we build the next generation giving marketplace, we at GiveIndia reaffirm our commitment to data, design-thinking, and most importantly empathy and compassion. Any person who has ever contributed to a social cause, knows the feeling of optimism that follows. It is so strong that it makes us better individuals in the process. Giving at its most…

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Stories of hope

Bhumi’s children develop a model robot that detects and extinguishes fires

Bhumi is one of India’s largest independent non-profit organizations that prides itself on being completely volunteer driven. The organization aims to build a society that’s more influential, equal and socially conscious. Bhumi currently supports more than 4,000 children at several orphanages, slums, and village community centers. Their volunteers educate and mentor children across the country, helping…

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Stories of hope

The lady who shaped the lives of over 4,00,000 children

Dr. Sandhya Bhalla works towards giving underprivileged children a childhood. She is the Director of Delhi Council for Child Welfare (DCCW), a non-governmental organisation established in the year 1952. Dr. Bhalla’s efforts are directed towards helping underprivileged children located in Delhi and its peripheral areas. The focus areas for DCCW include providing immediate relief to…

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Life@GiveIndia

Giving makes the world go round

Tolkein very famously says in The Lord of the Rings that “The world is indeed full of peril, and in it, there are many dark places; but still there is much that is fair, and though in all lands love is now mingled with grief, it grows perhaps the greater.” This for me sums up…

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My Chennai Superkings!

My Journey at GiveIndia — Part I No, this is not in any way linked to IPL. This is a story of the heroes I met when I was in Chennai, only two weeks into my job at GiveIndia. I remember I had gone to Chennai, all the way from Kolkata, with only two bags in tow, to get…

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On giving, and not giving

India is a country with extreme disparities among its population. Typically in India, ‘Behind every successful person, there is another person’. If one is in need of something, there is another who has access to more resources and is capable to fulfill that need. Barring a few, every successful (whatever way one defines success) person…

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Children, Delhi, Delhi Council for Child Welfare, Delhi NGOs, Founding Story, Orphans

How it began at Delhi Council for Child Welfare

Delhi Council for Child Welfare was established in the year 1952 by a group of 10 women. The Council first started its work among children who had been displaced, lost, or abandoned in the riots surrounding the partition of India in 1948 by providing them with mid-day meals and recreational activities. Over the years, they…

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