“Be the change you want to see in the world.”
-Mahatma Gandhi

Millions of underprivileged children in India are deprived of their basic rights. They are unable to complete their education, are subjected to abuse, and forced into labour at a tender age. Since its inception, CRY has been working towards tackling these issues. An inevitable contribution to this cause comes from the persistent efforts of the CRY volunteers. These self-motivated individuals understand the need to get involved with this cause. CRY offers a diverse range of volunteering opportunities. Through these, you can not only contribute towards the betterment of underprivileged children, but also undergo a transformational journey for yourselves!


Become The Next Changemaker

To Become a Volunteer

Get In Touch

Mumbai

Kanchan Yadav,
E-mail : vol.mum@crymail.org
Tel : 022- 23063647/3651/1740 Or 022-23098324/6472/6845

Bangalore

Soumya Suresh,
E-mail : vol.blr@crymail.org
Tel : 080-2548 8574/4952/4065

Chennai

Michelle Baxter,
E-mail : vol.che@crymail.org
Tel : 044-28365545/47/49

Delhi

Sweta Bhattacharjee / Veronica Xavier,
E-mail : vol.del@crymail.org
Tel : 011-29533451/52/53

Kolkata

Anindita Mukherjee,
E-mail : vol.kol@crymail.org
Tel : 033-2416 0007/8057/8069

News & Events

Southern Region

  • Volunteers conducted 3 hour session in 6 schools across Chennai on Menstrual Health and Hygiene for 800 girls in the age group of 9 yrs to 13 years
  • Volunteers conducted a survey in 500 households to identify children who were drop outs and re-enroll them in school in Notchikuppam, a fishing hamlet along the coast of Marina.
  • A CEVA school in Koramangala had a garbage dump in front of it. Volunteers got the dump cleared, partnered with the Prestige group to paint the school. Now the school looks beautiful!
  • To understand the health status of around 450 kids and identify malnourishment volunteers conducted health camps with the help of specialized doctors in 3 locations in Bangalore

Western Region

  • Volunteers in Pune conducted Summer Workshop on Computer literacy
  • A session on menstruation and hygiene was conducted by volunteers for 100 girls from the urban slums in Mumbai. This was followed by a distribution of cloth pads sponsored by United Colors of Benetton

Northern Region

  • 25 children from CRY projects represented delegates from different countries at a Model United Nations held at Lady Shri Ram College for Women
  • The Child Rights Leaders and interns raise a total of Rs. 5.14 lac in an online crowdfunding page created to send
  • Delhi organises its first ever Soccer for Child Rights with corporates like Maruti, Swiggy, Netprophets, Decathalon and Guardian participating actively to raise funds for Child Rights.

Eastern Region

  • Volunteers conducted a survey on Dropouts in six urban slums of Kolkata
  • Interns and volunteers 1 lakh to help eradicate malnutrition in children
  • Interns conducted a weeklong Summer Camp with children from five urban slums in Kolkata

Impact 2017-18