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Indian Dreams Foundation

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Causes: Education, Job Training, Preschools, Primary & Elementary Schools, Scholarships, Scholarships & Student Financial Aid, Vocational Counseling

Mission: Our mission is to work towards achieving , at the grass roots level, eradication of illiteracy and gender discrimination in underprivileged communities by educating them and creating awareness.

Results: Leaving No One Behind: Impact in different development programs so far- 1. Honhar Ladki (Girls' sponsoring & mentoring program) - Direct impact : 429 girls have been part of the Honhar Ladki Campaign to date. Indirect Impact : Approximately 450 additional girls have benefited indirectly. 2. Adopt-a-School Programme ( School Reforms ) Direct Impact : IDF has adopted 3 government schools in the Agra area and more than 2,000 children have benefited to date. Indirect Impact : Approximately 5,000 people living in surrounding communities have been impacted 3. Smiley Days Project ( Girls' health, hygiene & well being) Direct impact : 1500 girls have been part of the Smiley Days project to date. Indirect Impact : Approximately 2800 additional girls have benefited indirectly. https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/girls-health-and-hygiene-in-india/

Target demographics: children and adolescent girls who belongs to slums and most backward communities through education , health & hygiene and empowerment programs

Direct beneficiaries per year: 1500

Geographic areas served: Agra(India)

Programs: # Education awareness project through school reforms & non formal education project. # Girls Sponsorship & mentoring program " Honhar Ladki ". # Adolescent girls' health, hygiene & well being project "Smiley Days".

Community Stories

4 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Board Member

Rating: 5

Hello Friends,

Myself is Jyoti Singh, and I am serving as a board member in the Indian Dreams Foundation, I have joined IDF as a volunteer, and after serving two years as an active volunteer for the girls' menstrual health and hygiene issues, I have assigned in IDF as a board member.

Indian Dreams Foundation is an emerging and beautiful organization. With a short span of duration, IDF has marked itself as a credible, transparent organization across the globe with membership and accreditation with several national and International agencies and organizations.
Indian Dreams Foundation is also in the special consultative status with United Nations (ECOSOC).
It is an honour for me to be a part of this wonderful organization.

1 Punit A.1

Board Member

Rating: 5

Hi,
It is a pleasure to introducing Indian Dreams Foundation and my association with this fantastic organization. I am one of the founders of IDF, IDF is dedicated to the education and health awareness for the disadvantaged children with the particular focus on adolescent girls.
Indian Dreams Foundation is working at the grassroots level with active engagement with the community.
IDF is addressing these alarming issues with the support of different stakeholders likes donors, volunteers, sectors expertise, government, who are committed to the overall development of the society.

1 Punit A.

Board Member

Rating: 5

I am founder member of this fast emerging youth led NGO, I am associated with IDF since its inception and leading this organization with support of our board members and staff. We have definite vision and mission statement and working on the lines of set principles. All members, volunteers, donors and well wishers are helping and providing their skills and services to IDF with full of dedication and zeal. Due to well wishes and supports from friends and members, now Indian Dreams Foundation is exploring its activities not only in the remote areas , we are also planning to start our chapters in UK and USA.

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Board Member

Rating: 5

I have been associated with Indian Dreams Foundation since 2007. I started my working with IDF as a volunteer then i became member and now after spending approx. 5 years with this fast emerging youth led organization , i am serving now as a board member. I am really inspired with the working culture of Indian Dreams Foundation. Transparency , Gender equality and good governance are the credibility of IDF. IDF has been accredited by Credibility Alliance for practicing transparency and accountability in all its activities. I feel proud to be part of this philanthropic organization and believe in the vision and mission of this organization which is " A healthy & educated society".