Over the years CRY has initiated, launched and organised campaigns to amplify the voice of children and their rights. These campaigns have focused on specific issues – from influencing child-friendly policies, to rehabilitation efforts in disaster and natural calamities, to creating awareness on the situation of children. Our campaigns have always involved the public, our citizens. Your support is crucial to bring about social change in the lives of children and their communities.
The Joy of Five campaign aimed to ensure that 2,50,532 children across CRY-supported projects experience the joy of turning five.
Healthy Start campaign called for support to help . CRY and its grassroots partners continue its efforts with communities and government workers to ensure 30,513 babies under the age of 1 year received access to all lifesaving vaccines.
On Jan 24th, 2015 on National Girl Child Day we launched our online fundraising campaign ‘Let Her Fly’ on the issue of rights of the girl child. The campaign aimed to inspire and encourage people to give the girl child the opportunities that she so rightly deserves.
The CRY Get Healthy | Give Healthy campaign saw more than 100 people take up health challenges on a popular crowdfunding site to ensure a healthy start to more than 2 lakh children under the age of five.
The school is the only platform where every child’s hidden spark can find expression and grow into a creative fire. The ‘School the Spark’ campaign aimed to encourage people to contribute towards ensuring that thousands of such hidden sparks, find their way to light, through proper schooling.
Even today, thousands of schools in India lack basic amenities like drinking water and toilets. The CRY Right to School Campaign aimed to turn these schools into functional schools and give children their right to education.
Click Rights ‘#OpenYourEyes’ was an attempt to sensitise citizens- and duty-bearers- out of their inertia and open their eyes to the grim reality of child labour.