CRY is one of the NGO partners on Amazon’s ‘Gift a Smile’ Program, where donors can donate products indicated on CRY’s wishlist by buying products on Amazon.in. Click here to know more and join Amazon in gifting smiles.
Nearly 300 employees of Axis Bank across India are part of an employee payroll giving programme which allows them to contribute towards ensuring child rights.
Ad Impact Media Pvt Ltd. has partnered CRY to create awareness about child rights. Ad impact will display the CRY films across its entire network of LCD screens gratis, thereby saving CRY precious resources. These screens are installed in the ground floor elevator lobbies in some of Mumbai’s most prestigious commercial buildings.
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CRY in partnership with Ace Jewels, Mumbai presented you with a unique way to support this initiative. The pendant and earring set has been inspired by the Free A Chakri, design. For every peice sold, part-proceeds were contributed to the movement of Child Rights. The earrings and pendant have been made with 18 carat white and yellow gold, with a diamond in the center. The pendant was priced at Rs. 2200 and the earrings for Rs. 3600. By supporting this you enabled us to restore basic rights to thousands of underprivileged children.
On the occasion of their wedding, Ameet and Natalie, not only contributed to CRY but also gave out customised CRY cards thanking their guests and urging them to continue supporting children’s rights in any way they could.
Mr. Ashish Sheth has been a staunch CRY supporter since 1994. He donates annually towards the education and healthcare of children. While we were looking for storage space, Mr.Sheth willingly offered space in his godown at Cotton Green, Mumbai. He expressed a keen desire to help CRY in any way he could. Subsequently, Mr.Sheth helped CRY’s Material Bank with educational material such as notebooks, pencils and puzzles. Recently, he helped by donating cabinets for the office. All these donations are in addition to his continuous support to CRY’s projects.
Adobe Systems has given us license copies of it’s suite of products worth Rs.80,000 for our Design division.
Apple Computers donated a Macintosh Computer, our first Mac, for CRY’s Design division in the early 1990’s.
A Nikon camera valued at Rs.10,000 from Deputy Director, American Centre, Mumbai was donated to CRY.
Alliance Capital donated their conference table to us when they were renovating, which today sits in the centre of our training room in CRY Mumbai.
Former ANZ Grindlays Bank now known as Standard Chartered Bank waived their bank charges on our out station cheques, drafts, etc. as their contribution.Air India supports us by giving free air tickets for CRY personnel to travel abroad for work when the need arises.
Asian Age, Bangalore provided CRY free print space for an advertisement on November 14, 2002 – Children’s Day.
Accord Advertising Pvt. Ltd, Kolkata provided CRY space at no rentals and painting charges on 3 trams as well as hoardings to create awareness on the situation of children and CRY events for 2 consecutive years. And they will continue to partner us.
Alpha Bangla, aired CRY films on their respective channels at no cost.
ATN World aired CRY films on their respective channels at no cost.
Mr. Ashvinder Singh of UniStyle Image in Delhi who is an enthusiastic CRY supporter started a cause-related marketing scheme with all his dealers and at his shop, Cottons at G.K.Market. Every time a person purchased an item at UniStyle Image and added an optional Rs.5 to his bill, UniStyle matched the contribution. To advertise this scheme, at his own expense, he put up vinyl posters of this partnership at his shop and at the dealers’ shops.
‘Out of sadness comes good’ – this statement sums up the generous contribution to CRY made by late Mr.A.V. Mody, who expired on January 29, 1999. His contribution will ensure that many more underprivileged children will receive their basic rights.Tie-up with http://www.akansha.org/ a Bi-lingual (English & Bangla), Bi-Monthly e-magazine called “Akansha”. Akansha will be carrying out bi-monthly articles on CRY and the initiatives supported by CRY.
Angan Publications Ltd: The New Zealand publishing company provided free advertising space to relay CRY’s message to thousands of Indians living in New Zealand and Australia, through its flagship publication: The Global Indian (http://www.theglobalindian.co.nz/). The Global Indian is a monthly e-zine published from Auckland and read throughout Australasia (New Zealand and Australia).
Anchor partnered CRY and made a contribution linked to the sale of Anchor Woods wiring accessories. The initiative was on from 1st May 2005 until 31st March 2006.