CRY Overseas volunteers have undertaken some unique approaches to support various CRY campaigns and initiatives.

CRY Overseas volunteers have undertaken some unique approaches to support various CRY campaigns and initiatives.

17 year olds efforts for a child labour free village
‘If I could raise 40000 INR, I could free all the children of a village from child labour, I decided to stand up and take action.’

These are the inspiring words of Unmesh Datta, a 17 year old from Sharjah, UAE. A very determined Unmesh discussed about the situation of underprivileged children in India at various platforms from get-togethers, family dinners and at parties. Inspiring people to contribute towards ensuring a child labour free village.
With consistent efforts he soon raised Rs.40,000/- (INR) and shared it with CRY.

Cricket for Change
The 15th Annual Children Cricket Event “DNV CRYcket” was organized by Friends of CRY Club – Kuwait on 30 March 2013. It was pure fun and everything done at the event was for a noble cause – to help the underprivileged children in India in our own humble way. You too can join hands with FOCC by becoming a volunteer and/or an associate member. For details, events and photos, visit www.focckwt.org

Scaling new heights
A group of eight Indian executives from UAE, Kuwait and Egypt took on the challenge of trekking for a cause. Their target? A charity hike to Mt. Kilimanjaro, the highest peak in Africa, at 5895 metres. Raj Nair, Nibu Varghese and Aldrin Thayalakal, Sundar Parthasarathy, Dinesh Pai, Gopal Iyer, and Vemuri Srinivas, helped raise a total amount of Rs. 1.85 lakhs for CRY through this initiative.

Nashvia’s barefoot walk for child rights
Nashvia Alvi, a Graduate Analyst with Barclays, Singapore and a CRY Volunteer walked barefoot for the cause of underprivileged children in India from June 9th to June 15th, 2012. Every dollar raised through this initiative was matched by her employer,Barclays, thereby doubling the donation amount to CRY.

Ready to volunteer for child rights? Write to ic.del@crymail.org or download this form, fill it up and mail it to the given address.