October 21, 2009
I have had the opportunity to interact with officials, volunteers and the students of the 'Make A Difference' family. I believe it is a great movement. It is the focus on education which took America ahead in the 20th century and I am sure emphasis on education can alter India significantly. The manner in which MAD has gone about this is very very professional - identifying a floating volunteer population who are really committed to the cause - the systems works very well. The volunteers are giving their time and knowledge for a cause, they are actually in the process of enabling the less privileged without looking for anything in return - to put in place a system like this and considering that this has been done by the young generation without any brand or money power backing them speaks volumes for MAD. The volunteers also benefit in the long run getting the opportunity to understand the social dynamics of the less privileged and get the big picture of the society clearer and better. The society at large also benefits considerably from this linkage between different socio-economic groups of youth as this would help the country and society move on an inclusive and peaceful development ahead. A great concept implemented in an excellent manner. Best wishes to 'MAD' Commander R Madhusoodanan, Corporate Trainer
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
The commitment of the young generation - their willingness to serve the needy without looking for returns.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every six months
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?
MY ROLE:General Member of the Public & Have conducted training for the volunteers and the students.