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1. Posted by Heenal (First Time Poster 1 posts) 10y

Hi,
I am currently looking for voluntary work in New Delhi. i would like to work with young children between the age of 11years and up. and come to New Delhi in June 2007 to August 2007.
However i will be visiting New Delhi before that to make prior arrangements, which is why i am searching for organsiations now rather then arriving in India in June and wasting time in searching. i would be extremely greatful for any information.

Kind Regards

Heenal

2. Posted by citybell (Full Member 419 posts) 10y

There are many such organisations located all over india. However since you wish to visit only Delhi, you can appraoch Indian embassy in UK which will have (should have) a list of such organsations based in Delhi.

If you wish to know about such organisations in Chennai, may be i can assist you.

However, following are some organisations in Delhi but not sure how reliable they are!

1)Kasturba Gandhi National Memorial Trust
Kasturba Vidyalaya P.O. & Village Bakhtawarpur,Delhi 36
District: North East
Phone: 7202891
Category
Child Welfare
Project
Children Home for Girls
Medical Care Centre
Creches
Balwadis
Description: The Delhi Branch of the organisation is located at Bakhtawarpur in Alipur Block, New Delhi. It caters to the needs of women and children of the area through the following activities including a home for destitute girls, a medical care centre, a vocational training centre, balwadi, crèche, gram sewa kendra, charkha unit and literacy programme for women.

2)Jain Bal Ashram,
Daryaganj, New Delhi.

3)Missionaries of Charity,
12, Commissioner Lane, Delhi.

4)Welfare Home of Children
68, Raja Garden, New Delhi.

5)Bachchon Ka Ghar for Girls,
Daryaganj, New Delhi.

6)SOS Children Village of India,
Bawana, Delhi.

7)Name of the Institute Sanskar Ashram for Girls
Address Opp. G.T.B. Hospital,Dilshad Garden, Delhi – 110 032
Type Non Statutory Institute
District North East
Phone 2285557
Name of the Supritendent Smt. Renu Chopra
Sanctioned Inmate Strength 100
Average Beneficiaries for the year 2005-2006 68
This home was established in the year 1970 and has a sanctioned capacity of keeping 100 female children (age group 6-18 years) of denotified tribes (sansi, sapera, banjara, kanjar ,nut and bazigar ) who are the bonafide residents of NCT of Delhi. For the welfare of these female children free boarding, lodging, medical care, school education, recreational and counselling services are provided to bring them in the main stream of society.

Hope this be of some use to you.

3. Posted by vickim (Full Member 125 posts) 10y

Check out Volunteers for Peace - www.vfp.org

They offer some pretty cool voluntary projects around the world. I'm not sure if there are any New Delhi projects right now, but new projects are always being added.