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For nearly four decades, CRY has been relentlessly working for the underprivileged children in India. Way back in the 1970s when India was looking for secured jobs and secured lives, Rippan Kaur decided to set a new benchmark.

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for nearly four decades cry has been relentlessly

For nearly four decades, CRY has been relentlessly working for the

underprivileged children in India. Way back in the 1970s when India

was looking for secured jobs and secured lives, Rippan Kaur decided

to set a new benchmark. He along with six of his friends decided to

amend the situation of the underprivileged Indian children. CRY was

literally born from a discussion around a dinner table and since then

has grown by leaps and bounds and has become a name to reckon

with in the development sector.

Rippan used to be an airline purser and was widely driven by the fact

that there was a disparity of privileges in the country. The disparity

between

privileged

and

underprivileged

noticeable. During school days, Kapur had joined his school’s social

service club where he used to read to the blind, visit children in

children

was

clearly

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hospitals and organize reading and writing

hospitals, and organize reading and writing classes for the street

children. Also, when the club adopted a slum, he started a free

dispensary there. In order to raise funds for different activities, the

club started selling milk. That’s how Rippan’s journey towards social

work started. His work towards the club worked like a homework for

CRY.

In 1979, Rippan and his friends decided to not begin from the scratch

i.e. they didn’t want to develop a foundation that worked directly

with the underprivileged children of India. Rather, they wanted to

create a bridge that would connect Indians with social work based

organizations that look for funds to operate.

CRY since then assisted in

deploying good fundraising

methods, and developing

relationships

partnered

organization runs smoothly

as it has its own set of

highs and lows and CRY

had its share. But the

foundation has only grown

successfully

establishment. Even though

Rippan Kaur passed away

in 1994, the organization

continued to work with the same passion and vigor with his words as

their guiding spirit - “What I can do, I must do.”

with

NGOs.

the

No

since

its

The CRY team since the commencement has been wholeheartedly

engaged in the social activities for underprivileged children. The focus

is on creating happy childhoods everywhere. CRY works on issues like

child labor, girl child, malnutrition, poverty, education & illiteracy,

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child marriage child trafficking and gender

child marriage, child trafficking and gender inequality. The team

supports projects like Rural Organization for Social Advancement

(ROSA), Salem Peoples’ Trust, Saksham, Sahyog Charitable Trust etc.

The

partnerships

involve

extensive

activities and consistent support from all resources. When

people donate to CRY, the money is sincerely used unanimously in

different children’s development activities. Complete transparency is

maintained at every length. Most of the funds for NGO come from

citizens of the country, organizations, and societies.

research,

communication,

It is this ceaseless energy why CRY has achieved milestones and has

created a place in peoples’ heart. CRY’s work has not only received

critical acclaim among who’s who in the media but also awards and

recognition. The team has received awards such as Lakshya award

(2012), IPE CSR Corporate Governance Awards for the Best NGO

(2012), Rotary Citizen of Bombay Award (1991-92), Bal Adhikaar

Adhiveshan (1999) and a lot more. Across media like The Huffington

Post, The Better India, and others, CRY has made a place for its own.

Today, you can say CRY has come a long way and is determined to go

more.

Stories of girls being rescued from trafficking, children being enrolled

in schools, infants getting a healthy start to life and similar ones

keep flooding the social media platforms and the website of CRY. The

objective is to eradicate the social evils totally from the niche. While

a bunch of CRY staff and youthful volunteers are engrossed in

different CRY activities, do you see yourself as a part of the family?

You can certainly help. You can donate. Your donation can help in the

fight for child rights protection. Rippan had a dream of India that

garnered happy childhoods. Your small act towards child support can

help in achieving the dream fully. Donate today!

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