7 NGOs Like Robin Hood Army, Smile Foundation & PAWS In Delhi You Can Volunteer At This Summer
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We all aspire to be socially responsible individuals. To give back to society. To bring lasting change. To add more meaning to our lives. We all have our own set of reasons.
What if we tell you - you can do your part right here from at or near your home? Yep! We culled out a list of NGOs in Delhi you can volunteer your time at!
1. Robin Hood Army
Working towards solving the hunger crisis, this NGO collects surplus food from restaurants across the city and distributes it among the needy. They help people in orphanages, homeless families, night shelters and even those in hospitals. The voluntary organisation does not ask for monetary donations or even material ones, they just need your time!
2. Smile Foundation
A nation-wide organisation, The Smile Foundation aims to assist children and women by offering education, healthcare and a livelihood. With over 11 fields in which one can volunteer, including HR and IT, you will surely find a job that fits your needs and capabilities at this organisation.
Volunteer Here | https://www.smilefoundationindia.org/volunteer.html
Check Out Their FB Page | https://www.facebook.com/smilefoundationindia.org/
Call Them | +91 11 4312 3700
A gem of a place for all animal lovers, this NGO helps stray animals. Situated under the Defence Colony flyover, Friendicoes is a safe haven for stray cats, dogs and even cows.
You can foster an animal, adopt one or even sponsor them. The best part? You get to take care of adorable puppies, doggos and cattos as a volunteer!
An all-round organisation, Goonj has dabbled in all possible avenues, from women empowerment to helping out flood victims. You can volunteer here by conducting research, going on field surveys or even connecting the organization with possible donors.
Another animal centric NGO, PAWS aims to save not only animals, but also the environment. They hold regular anti rabies camps for all animals and their adoption drives garner major traction. Definitely a happy place to volunteer, this!
An international Non-Governmental Organisation, Child Rights & You (CRY) works towards bringing lasting change in the lives of underprivileged children. A volunteer at CRY can partake in their internship programmes, raise funds, volunteer locally and much more.
7. Teach For India
With the aim to reduce educational inequality, Teach For India runs fellowship programmes across the country to increase literacy. You can volunteer for their fellowship programme and teach children belonging to economically weaker sections of society at under-resourced schools across India!
With a whole lot of variety, we’re sure you will find an organisation best suited to your needs, interests and skills. Try out your hand at these organisations and assist in the awe-inspiring work they do!