Charities to Children Contribute Greatly to Country’s Future
Did you know? • There are 20 million children in India, who are victims of Child Labour. • More than 10 Million children in the world are engaged in kind of economic activity, which deprives them of proper education. • 79% of children under the age of 3 in India are inflicted by Anaemia. • 40% of children in India are malnourished until the age of 5. • There are more than thousand charities for children in India, which fight against child labour and other atrocities done to children.
What are Charities for Children? • Charities for children are similar to second home for children. They take care of child’s basic needs, which include food, clothing, shelter and most important of all, education. • These charities are known to carry several project, campaigns, and programmes for elevating the living conditions of underprivileged children. • They work hard for supporting the fundamental rights of children and protecting them against poverty, hunger and any form of discrimination. • Organizations like CRY work hard to provide access of healthcare and basic education to children.
Functions of Child charities • Support under-privileged children Charities like CRY are known to support several local programmes, which work intensely to support under-privileged children.
Functions of Child charities • Fight Child Labour & Abuse Charities like CRY are known to support several local programmes, which work intensely to support under-privileged children.
Functions of Child charities • Child Education Foundations like Gram SwarajSangh and Jago Foundation have helped more than 15 lakh children in India to achieve basic education.
Functions of Child charities • Basic Rights Several organizations are now working hard to fight the basic rights of children at all level in society.
Why you should donate to them? • Every donation made to children charity goes for the welfare of children • Children are able to meet their basic needs and receive education • As children get educated, they turn into responsible adults and contribute towards the success of the country