I have been supporting charity organization through out my life, starting from childhood till now, In India we have been supporting as a family but I started individual charity support during my time in England. I believe that helping the needy is a right thing to be done. No matter how challenging things may seem there are so many people less fortunate than us. Being a student I was not in a position to donate large sums of money to charity; but I volunteered many times to support charity by offering my effort, time and care to work and lead incredibly hard working team to conduct fund raising events.
What goes comes back and its not about win or loose its about kindness , please watch this video for Inspiration:
A Few charities supported by me :
Scope is all about changing society for the better, so that disabled people and their families can have the same opportunities as everyone else.
They work with disabled people and their families at every stage of their lives. They offer practical support from information services to education and everyday care.
I believed in what their motto was that to believe that together we can create a better society and hence I volunteered for them. Everything they do is about creating real and lasting positive change in individual lives and in the world around us.
As part of the Northumbria Students Union we supported mainly 3 charities and also Raised around 40k £ during the Rag(raise and give) week 2012.
The TOMA Fund is dedicated to the memory of Jordan David Thompson and Sophie Ela Atay, who were cousins that tragically died from childhood cancers. The fund began when Jordan was ill and he wanted to do something to help other people like himself who were going through treatment at Newcastle's RVI. Through Jordan's Fundraising efforts and later those of his family and friends, the TOMA Fund raised over £400k towards the support and build of a dedicated unit in the RVI, Newcastle specifically for teenagers living with cancer. The TOMA Fund is a charity which supports children, teenagers, young people and their families in the North East and Cumbria who have been affected by a diagnosis of childhood cancer.
Teenage Cancer Trust knows how damaging it is to take a young person away from their normal life – their friends, their environment, and put them in a cancer ward with small children or older people. They know that young people have a much better chance of survival if they are treated by teenage cancers experts, in an environment tailored to their needs. So they’re working every day to make that happen. Teenage Cancer Trust funds new units specifically designed to treat teenagers with cancer and research into the kind of cancers that affect these vulnerable young adults.
Water Aid is an international development charity working to improve access to safe water, sanitation, and hygiene education. Since 1981, they have helped reach more than 15.89 million people in 27 countries with safe water, working with local partner organizations who know local issues and involve local communities in the projects. Beyond simply providing water to people.