You can be a source of hope and inspiration to many. Spread the message that each one can make a difference. Here we have compiled a list of charitable organisations who work for the noble cause of helping the under privelaged. You can join in the mission and show that you care.
Amar Jyoti is a voluntary organization rendering rehabilitative services to persons with disabilities through inclusive and integrated education, medical care, vocational training, child guidance and self-employment since 1981.
CONTRIBUTE & MAKE A DIFFERENCE. CLICK HERE
Child Relief and You, a premier Indian Child
Rights organisation, believes that every
child is entitled to basic rights of survival,
protection, development and participation.
CRY Overseas: Click here
MSF-UAE is a part of the international network of volunteers. It was established in the United Arab Emirates in 1995 under the patronage of H.E.Sheikh Nahyan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Education.
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an organization that provides emergency humanitarian and medical assistance. Founded in Paris, in 1971, by a small group of French doctors and journalists, it is now an international movement. MSFs mission is to assist people in distress, without discriminating in any way, and ensuring respect for human dignity.
A group of professionals have come together to support the Pratham movement in India. Their goal is to spread awareness about the solutions to the problem of primary education and raise resources to support the Pratham movement in India. They are currently in the process of registering as a nonprofit with the appropriate parties.
Pratham is proud to announce the
launch of a Dubai chapter, Pratham Middle
East. Contact: Abhay Nadkarni
Email Pratham: email@example.com
United Prosperity: Microfinance loans to Entrepreneurs
How it Works -- You guarantee a loan via PAYPAL of any amount eg: $100. Then paypal pays $100 to to UNITED PROSPERITY, who in turn pays to a bank. The bank gives a Loan of $300 to the entrepreneur in a village in India. When this entrepreneur starts paying the loan back to the bank then You get your $100 back. So essentially you are a guarantor of the loan.