A Project of   Youth For Seva
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Sponsor a Child for higher Education

The way it works:
Start:

• What you give: Support a child’s higher education by paying the tution fee or hostel fees or misc expenses like bus pass , books etc.
• Alternatively you can pay an amount towards higher education corpus
• Children from Sponsor a child program who scored about 80% are enrolled into this program.
• Children from Rural and Tribal areas are also enrolled into the program

Process:

• Fees are paid in 2 installments against the bills
• Career guidance, Student counselling and Life skills Training also included.
• Visit the homes of the students

Finish:

• Tracking progress and reporting to donors every 6 months
• Meeting parents
• What you get:
• Web based interface through which you would be able to view child details and manage your payments
• Score card details of sponsored child and greeting cards from sponsored child
• Opportunity to meet your sponsored child
• 80(G) receipt for tax benefit

IMPACT

• Reduce burden on parents for sponsorships
• Deserving students to be able to take up the course they like and not hinder their dream because of fees
• Responsible citizens

Growth plan of VC plus Students

For only Rs. 7200 per year, you can make a lasting impact on a child's Life

Sponsor A Child

  • Vidya Chetana, a program under Youth for Seva, was started in 2009 to help underprivileged families educate their children
  • "Giving is not just about donation, its about making a difference." -Kathy Calvin
  • "Do what you can, with what you have, from where you are."
  • "No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted."
  • "what I spent, I had. what I saved, I lost. what I gave, I have."
  • “Education is the most Powerful Weapon which you can used to change the world.” - Dr.Abdul Kalam
  • “All of us do not have Equal Talent, but all of us have Equal Opportunity to develop our talent.” - Dr.Abdul Kalam
  • If the poor cannot come to school, school must goto them. - Swami Vivekananda
  • Children are not vessels to be filled but lamps to be lit. - Swami Chinmayananda