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Protection for Children

Help child labourers go to school instead of work

All children deserve a chance to grow up in a safe and secure environment that helps them learn.

However, over 33 million children in India, between the ages of 6 and 18 years, work as child labourers at tea stalls, factories, construction sites and even as domestic help Child slavery is another worst form of child labour that exposes children to harmful hazardous conditions. Additionally, 1 in 4 modern slavery victims are children. Not only are they deprived of the opportunity to go to school and chase their dreams but are also vulnerable to abuse and exploitation.

CRY works to ensure that such children go to school instead of work so that they have a chance at a better future.

But we cannot do this without YOU.

Donate to CRY, India’s most trusted NGO, to help child labourers learn not earn. Your small contribution will make a big difference to their lives!

Tax Exemption

CRY'S IMPACT (2019-20)



Children impacted overall


Education for Children

Children in CRY projects, between the ages of 6-18 years, in school


Child Labour

Children in CRY projects, rescued from child labour, child marriage & child trafficking



Children in CRY projects, under the age of 5 years, free from malnutrition



Children in CRY projects, under the age of 1 year, immunized


"I believe that everyone has something to donate-be it in the form of money, love or time. But if the privileged do not spare even a small amount of money for charity, then who will? The knowledge that each dollar will be spent effectively by CRY to solve critical issues brings a smile to my face."

Simron Sokhi, Donor from Singapore

"Changing the lives of children is a continuous process. Nothing can be done in a limited period. As individuals we have to continue to give support by way of financial help, time as well as other resources. I believe in continuity and devotion without deviation. CRY is doing just that."

Pawan Gupta, Donor from Delhi

Over 102 projects across the country.
Nearly 4 decades of changing lives.
Over 3 million children impacted.