Make A Difference
October 16, 2009
It is not everyday that you get a chance to truly Make A Difference.
I am speaking for all those who have gone through that phase- "I want to help those less privileged." All those who have pondered over a way to help the society, a viable method to try and restore equilibrium between the rich and the poor. All those who have in their most fantastic dreams, imagined themselves as a savior; a beacon of light to help fulfill the dreams of other, less fortunate individuals. All those who have spent hours at trendy cafes discussing the good and the bad, the oughts and ought-nots, passing judgments, and lamenting at the lack of education among the children of India.
If you can identify with any of these above things, then stop talking. Stop talking now. Do something. Join MAD.
Even the most cynical person would be forced to acknowledge that the guys who run MAD are true servants of the society. And professional, tech-savvy, organized servants, with a clear goal.
I am bowled over by their commitment to MAD, and have been infected by the same fervor too.
It is not every day that you get a chance to truly Make a Difference. Don't lose it.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
their scheduling of classes, setting of syllabus, appointing of heads, regular productive meetings.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
they have proved that it is not that complicated to Make a Difference.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
all kinds. It is difficult to generalize. Students in junior college, senior college, people at regular jobs, home-makers...all sorts of people!
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
make India increase its literacy rate by at least 20%. No jokes.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every week
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?
Volunteer & I am teaching students spoken English, and trying to improve their overall language skills.