‘Raid for Raddi’ invites all Dwakaites in mass fund raising drive for the year 2013.
‘Raid for Raddi’ is a means of reaching out to households and corporates and involving them in raising funds to help the various projects of India Vision Foundation, by just donating your old newspapers you can help us make a substantial difference in the lives of our beneficiaries.
India Vision Foundation (IVF) was born in the year 1994 out of the prestigious Ramon Magsaysay Award that was conferred on the first lady IPS Officer of India, Dr. Kiran Bedi for her reforms in Tihar Prison during her tenure as IG (Prisons) in 1994. NGO based and headquartered in New Delhi and is committed to rebuild the lives of the imprisoned and those whose families have a history of incarceration from Central Prison, Tihar Jail. Their primary objective is to provide the social skills, vocational training and ample opportunity, increasing their employability and enabling their smooth transition to becoming ‘mainstream’.
WHAT YOU NEED TO DO:
ITS REALLY SIMPLE! You can do your bit by just donating your wasted/old newspapers, we will collect it and the resale value of this ‘RADDI’ becomes the ‘AMOUNT’ of your contribution!
Where these funds will be disseminated to:
· Social Mobility for Children – The Children of Vulnerable Families (CVF) Project aims at supporting the children who belong to families with a history of incarceration.
- · Prison Reforms -The Life Skills for LIFE project aims at rebuilding the lives of currently imprisoned adolescent males.
- · Police Reforms – Efficiently connecting the Police, People and their Communities through the India Police and Safer India initiatives .
- · Women Empowerment – The Weaving Behind Bars (WBB) and the Crèche Project are driven by us from within the Central Prison at Tihar and aim to increase the employability of incarcerated women and provide support and nurturing to their young ones.
- · Rural and Community Development – The Rural Development Project run in association with our sister concern Navjyoti India Foundation promotes remedial education and vocational training etc., in the effort to boost the standard of rural life in India.
For more details or query you can contact with below mentioned:
Contact Person: Shveta Bhardwaj (Advocacy Manager)
Contact Numbers: 011-47100705,9560064441,