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Indian Dreams Foundation
Agra, Uttar Pradesh
Duration: 2 Weeks
We need volunteers for specific services in our organisation like content, marketing, fundraising strategies. We are looking such volunteers who have expertise in such areas of services and we are flexible for work from home concept. If interested volunteers are unable to present physically, they can do volunteering from their own space.
About the NGO
The Indian Dreams Foundation (IDF) is dedicated to educate, empower and develop underprivileged communities by creating awareness on pressing issues such as importance of education and health. IDF's journey began in 2004 when a group of like-minded people from various backgrounds decided to make a difference in the lives of those less privileged than them.
After IDF was established as an NGO on January 24th 2005, it has relentlessly worked in the spheres of education, health, and women empowerment in under-privileged communities. IDF strongly believes in the power of education as a tool of empowerment and uses it to break taboos and stereotypes.
This belief shapes all their programs and the work they do. Their flagship programs involve working with children in underprivileged communities with a view to enroll them in formal, informal or vocational education. These programs are supplemented by counselling sessions for families to highlight the importance of educating their children. Thus IDF adopts a grass-roots level approach where it takes into consideration both the children and the family, and endeavours to turn them towards education.
Part time staff - 8 Consultants - 2 Volunteers - 5 Total Receipts for 2016-2017 - INR 2645016 Total Payments for 2016-2017 - INR 2462341
Activities and reach for the latest full Financial Year
No. of school dropouts children, out of school children and first time learner - 45 No. of girls received education sponsorship - 72 No. of children attended WASH workshop & No. of Hygiene Kits distributed to the children - 300 No. of adolescent girls participated - 450 No. of school adopted & No.of children benefited - 250 No. of toilets constructed - 8 No. of Girls participated - 37
Rewards & Recognition
In 2017, Indian Dreams Foundation was awarded the Certificate of Merit by the World CSR Congress & Awards CSR practicing in social work In 2016, Indian Dreams Foundation was awarded the Certificate of Validation by the CAF India comply with the due diligence requirements of Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) India In 2016, Indian Dreams Foundation was awarded the Certificate of Achievement by the Global Giving September 2016 Global Giving Accelerator In 2017, Indian Dreams Foundation was awarded the Spirit of Humanity Awards 2017 by the Americares India Regional winner of North zone in education category In 2015, Indian Dreams Foundation was awarded the 2015 Top - Rated Non Profit by the GreatNonProfits Top Rated Non Profit In 2016, Indian Dreams Foundation was awarded the ECOSOC - UN Consultative Status by the United Nations Special Consultative Status In 2015, Indian Dreams Foundation was awarded the Certificate of Accreditation by the Credibility Alliance Desirable Norms Category
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