Anju Verma, the founder and CEO of Buland Udaan, is currently pursuing her BA first year in Economics, Political Science and Environment study. Buland Udaan (Bold Flight) is an NGO undertaking project concerning child labour, illiteracy, child marriage, female foeticide and child abuse. Their current mission is to make the states of Rajasthan, Haryana and Punjab unconditionally free of child labour, child marriage, and child abuse. Also, they want to make every woman take pride in discussing menstruation.
Ananda Siksha Niketan means a school for joyful learning. It was founded, nourished and still maintained by Mr Babar Ali, who was declared as 'Youngest Headmaster in the World in 2009' by British Broadcasting Corporation. Ananda Siksha Niketan is located at Bhabta village of Murshidabad district in West Bengal. Students come from the downtrodden families of nearby villages, having no means to get their wards educated. Learning kits, dress, and tiffin were supplied to all students free of cost. Ananda Siksha Niketan's mission and goals are mainly to enlighten the students of their community in Murshidabad and help them stand on their own feet by imparting modern education.
Dhisha is a voluntary organisation of youth, employing the Human Rights-Based Approach (HRBA), and defending the rights of the marginalised and thereby contributing towards a just and inclusive society. Their endeavour envisages building up a network of compassionate young minds who upholds humanitarian values and stimulate constitutional morality. Over the past six years, the organisation has been addressing diverse social issues and volunteering its social welfare service, in particular to the Marginalised Communities.
eVidyaloka is an educational social enterprise, with a vision to enable quality education for the children of rural India. It is realized by connecting passionate individuals as volunteer teachers from across the world with the Govt elementary schools in remote and rural villages of India, leveraging technology. It is focused on the children in the age group of 10-14 (5th to 8th grade), delivering live interactive classes in the local medium, through a powerful partner ecosystem. They work to provide e-quality education for a promising and rewarding future.
At the age of 21, Mahesh Jadav began Mahesh Foundation, extending helping hands to HIV-positive special children through Ashakiran care home, AIDS helpline and Marriage Bureau. They provide care homes for homeless girls with free shelter, food, medical and education facilities. Mahesh Foundation enables medically challenged and underprivileged children to live an independent and dignified life. The NGO working for “Enriching the lives of those affected by HIV/AIDS” and inspires other patients to fight the disease through various initiatives.
Talent Quest for India(TQI) is a group of enthusiastic volunteers with the vision of creating socially responsible leaders in every locality. TQI has transformed from an idea of student involvement in social activities in their neighbourhood to a volunteering movement in about 30 districts across Tamil Nadu and the cities of Mysuru and Pune. They have engaged over 2500+ youth leaders to deliver holistic development and social awareness programs. What started as a group of friends in 2010 in their 11th grade grew into a decade long journey of volunteering movement where no one is a full-timer.