Yuwa works to empower girls by combatting child marriage, illiteracy and human trafficking in Jharkhand. Yuwa has developed a unique and intensive model using team sport and education to help girls take their futures into their own hands.
Magic Bus India Foundation uses the power of sports to impart essential life skills in children and youth. Magic Bus moves children out of poverty by nurturing them on a journey from childhood to livelihood.
The Akanksha Foundation is a non-profit organisation with a mission to provide children from low-income communities with a high-quality education, enabling them to maximize their potential and transform their lives. Akanksha works in the field of education, initiating school reform through The School Project, and providing a supplemental education through the Akanksha centers.
The Vatsalya Foundation is a pioneer agency working for the children in need of care and protection since 1982. The Vatsalya Foundation caters to more than 3000 children through its various outreach projects & day care centres in Mumbai, community projects with tribal population in Shahapur, Murbad and Kasara in the state of Maharashtra. The outreach program for children, provides them with basic education, clothing, shelter, health and nutrition. Apart from these, regular interactions and networking with volunteers, they provide training in Capoiera (a Brazilian Martial Art), yoga, dance, painting, sports, theatre, gardening and other creative activities.
Spreading Smiles of Joy
Spreading Smiles of Joy is an endeavour to reach out to those in need & spread happiness, generosity, love & knowledge amongst them.TSS - Team Spreading Smiles is a group of socially conscious people, all bonding over a common mission. The team has chosen 11 charitable organisations dealing with different causes and they support them in every way possible.
Spark A Change
Spark A Change is an organization that ensures positive transformation in children from low-income communities by providing them with knowledge, values & mentorship
The Jungle Crows Foundation was set up in the year 2004 as an organization working with a sport-for-development approach with children and youth to ensure they grow up with the best of opportunities. We engage with young people through our passion for sport and then support our participants by working with them in their communities and supporting them as they grow-up. Rugby has been our principal sport and over the years, there have been many a success stories of youth being transformed from a life of little future to national and international players.
AAWC – Apne Aap Women's Collective
Apne Aap Women’s Collective (AAWC) was founded in 1998 to address the plight of women trafficked into brothel-based prostitution and their children with centers in Falkland Road and subsequently in Kamathipura. While serving the women in sex trade, AAWC realized that the daughters of the Umeed women were at a great risk of being coerced into prostitution due to their extensive exposure to the red light district. Also, the toddlers of the women were often found idling on the streets while their mothers were soliciting with clients. As a result, AAWC started 3 programs: Umeed (hope) for women in brothel-based prostitution, Udaan (flight) for the daughters of the women and Umang (joy) for the toddlers. The services provided to the 3 programs are finance, health, education, empowerment, recreation and shelter home placement services.
Picture Wala is a skill and slum development non--‐profit organisation that engages with street & slum kids in India. By use of different mediums of cultural arts and entertainment like cinema, art, music and sports, Picture Wala strives to engage, entertain and inspire these children. Set up in 2014, the aim is to empower the children and bring them back within the folds of the cultural fabric of our society.
13th April 2015
26th April 2015
Familia De Ouro
Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Mumbai
29th April 2015
RWTC - Royal Western Turf Club, Mumbai
10th May 2015
Prithvi Theatre, Mumbai
16th May 2015
Team Spreading Smiles (TSS) & Spark A Change Foundation
20th May 2015
Salaam Baalak Trust
Rambo CIrcus, JP Rd, Versova, Mumbai
27th May 2015
Central Plaza cinema, Girgaun, Mumbai
31st May 2015
Lost The Plot
Seasons Hotel Rooftop, Aundh, Pune
24th June 2015
Chitra Cinema, Dadar (E)
Coorg - 23rd June & Bangalore 26th June 2015
Jungle Crows Foundation
Coorg & Bangalore
27th June 2015
Andrews Ganj slum, Delhi
4th July 2015
Child Help Foundation – St. Gonsalo Gracia Ashram
K.T Vision Multiplex, Vasai (W)
22nd July 2015
Shraddha Charitable Trust
New Excelsior Cinema, Fort
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