There are millions of elderly in India who are unable to address their health care and financial needs due to many reasons. But you can always make this world a slightly better place even with the smallest of donations. While many people have tax exemption as a motivating factor for donating to NGOs that support the elderly that is not always the reason you should consider helping the old. Find out how even the smallest donation from you can contribute to the life and wellbeing of someone else.
Child labor is a major problem in India. The Government is making so many efforts to eradicate child labor but still it is increasing. There are lots of children who are orphan and homeless. They have no one who can feed them or give them a better life. So they do whatever sort of work they find to earn some money. With this money, they buy food and manage their homage. They fail to find any other option than to do work at early age just to earn livelihood. NGOs help such poor children by dragging them out of child labor and poverty. NGOs that accept donations for child welfare contribute a lot of money to provide a good life to poor children.
The primary aim of education is not complicated. It creates an environment that is healthy where the essence of life can be appreciated. India, as a country is not a poor country as perceived by many and education, is the vital key to developing and empowering people especially the girl child. Education can bring about equality in the society. The times when many think that if you educate the girl child is a waste has passed. In today's world, many females have awakened to the relevance of education and are even competing with their male partners in every sphere of life. Just as life is two-sided, some people are against the education of the girl child. These people have concluded not to sponsor a child in India. One cannot blame this category of people because they feel intimated; but critically looking at it in all perspective, you do agree with me that that idea is very wrong.
Every year many of us face the problems of power cut due to electricity saving strategies of the electricity board. The urban folks are still better off, but many in villages & rural areas experience blackouts for days together. Unfortunately, some people do not even have an electric connection & still depend largely on conventional lighting sources such as the kerosene lamps, wood fire or oil lanterns.