CRY has partnered with restaurants in Delhi for a month-long campaign against child labour. Starting on
June 12, 2012, the World Day against Child Labour, the campaign aims to bring restaurants together to pledge against child labour and to provide a platform for their patrons too.
So the next time you enjoy a meal at your favourite restaurant, you could contribute to changing the lives of
50 lakh* children. You could send them back to school. By helping us tackle the root causes that force them to keep working. You could give them an opportunity of a childhood that lets them learn, play and grow. You could change their lives around. For good.
When you eat out at any of the restaurants listed below, a part of your bill will go towards CRY supported projects. You can also choose to top it up for the additional amount to ensure every child whether girl or boy, gets an equal opportunity to a childhood.
* Eat etc, Peppermint, Gurgaon City Centre (0124 4987 000)
* Peppermint, Gurgaon West (0124 4931 100)
* Madhuban by Peppermint, Greater kailash (011 4985 4985)
* Balle Club at Peppermint, Gurgaon West (0124 4931 100)
* Peppermint Hotel, Jaipur, Subhash Nagar (0141 519 3000)
* Peppermint Hotel, Jodhpur
Join the CRY campaign against child labour and make sure that they never have to work again.
For more information about our month-long campaign in your city:
e-mail email@example.com or call 011 – 3017 4700
WORLD DAY AGAINST CHILD LABOUR – JUNE 12
- There are about 50 lakh child labourers in India - the highest number in the world.
- More than 1 in 10 children between 10 and 18 years of age are engaged in some kind of work for livelihood
- 4 out of 10 working children in the age group of 10-18 are unpaid helper in household
Source: NSSO, 2009-10