My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Make A Difference, Karnataka, , India
Happy that iam getting a platform to express my experience and joy in joining this organization.MAD is in simple terms ultimate fun.Building tomorrows assets today.For any firm/nation,its the people who are considered to be the most valuable asset.If we can make the youth powerful in knowledge and skills,then we can see the future shine in glory.Thats what MAD does.Bridging the inequality in society through education.The rich has options,but what does the underprivileged has?The middle class has life,but the street kids wish for one.The growing has ways to measure that,but the poor has none to look after its growth.MAD works among these future assets of the country,teach them english and computers.Guide them with placement activities,career awareness and guidance,opening the eyes of an orphan to see a whole new world that he would not even have imagined.The organization follows the'young lead the young' strategy,hence sure of never dying spirit for change.All volunteers are so enthusiastic and involved,that they many times postpone or cancel their personal works and go to the centers to teach the kids.Over the last few years of MAD's activities,we have seen unmatched progress in the life of each kid associated with us.They now understand care,love and affection.They understand that they too can lead a normal life than any other.Above all they do believe that they proudly can say anywhere and to anyone that 'indeed life is blessed,and its in our hands to define our destiny',that too in pure english.Thanks to MAD that these kid's future is valued.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
that the kids and volunteers are equally active to bring progress and quality in each others lives.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
great.All wanted to make a difference.All wanted to see a better future for these kids and wanted to contribute in some way or the other to ensure it.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
bring in more smiles on the face of thousands more of underprivileged kids in the country.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every week
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