India’s future depends on its children. Their future depends on YOU.
Children are the building blocks of our country, and they must be given the chance to reach their full potential. All children must have access to quality education, nutrition, and a secure environment in order to achieve this. We at CRY aspire to keep helping children in pursuing their aspirations and providing them with the childhoods they truly deserve with the help of generous donors like you.
Started in 1979, CRY – Child Rights and You is a top NGO in India working for underprivileged children. It has been working towards creating happier and healthier childhoods for more than four decades . With its headquarters in Mumbai, CRY has offices in top cities in India: Delhi, Bangalore and Kolkata. Being the best child rights NGO in India, it is committed to doing everything it can to ensure the rights of India’s children – right to education, safety & protection, health & nutrition and participation.
CRY is recognised as one of the most trusted NGOs in India. Through its 102 projects spread across 19 states in India, CRY works on the issues of: child education, health & nutrition, child labour and child marriage. CRY NGO addresses the critical needs of children by working with parents, teachers, Anganwadi workers, communities, district and state-level governments as well as the children themselves to create a sustainable change. Thanks to the support of generous donors like you, it has transformed lives of over 3 million children so far.
Out of 472 million children in India today, many are still unable to go to school, do not get proper nutrition or healthcare, and are vulnerable to abuse and exploitation. Your donation can give India’s underprivileged children the happy childhood they deserve. No amount is too small and will go a long way in making a big difference to the lives of children in need! Donate online to CRY NGO today and get a 50% tax exemption under section 80G of income tax.
All donations made to CRY charity number (F-0005208(GBR)) are exempt from tax under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act.