October 19, 2009
If ever there was an energy that could transform an idea, an individual hope or question into a reality, TYPF is it. I had been involved with TYPF in its fledgling years, as a facilitator for its work group sessions at the India Habitat Centre. Few years hence I returned to work with its then newly formed performing arts branch, Silhouette. It is difficult to explain in this brief a space the tremendous opportunity that TYPF provides and how it opens boundaries in ways that cannot be imagined. Having seen its growth over a fair period now, its transformation strikes one as being specially commendable - as it engages more young individuals and grows in size, it also continues to deliver on its vision to provide resources for individual objectives in order that these be achieved. Despite roadblocks to its success,sustainable funding being a prime hiccup, TYPF has never held back on its promise. None the less, it is time that its contribution be recognised and efforts made to ensure that young people in India everywhere have continued access to as innovative a platform as TYPF.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
the commitment to execution.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About once a year
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?
MY ROLE:Former staff & Coordinator for the Performing Arts Branch - Silhouette.