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We Care Delhi(NCR)

We Care Delhi(NCR)

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This Application includes the location of all the Orphanges, Old Age homes and homes of Physically challenged people in New Delhi NCR.
We will be increasing the database as soon as possible. As a human it is our duty to help the needy.
Inspite of giving lectures to others, we should take the first step ourselves.
Why we should help orphans in Delhi NCR?
We should help them Because these children have no one,
they are often the most vaulnerable to being brought up in lives of crime, sold off into slavery, sexually exploited.
They are the most vaulnerable, because they are children, these children will make choices solely out of necessity.
Just like anyone, they will do what they need to survive.
We help orphan children because, they are the future, they are vaulnerable, and most importantly, because they are children.

We want to help so that Each child born in this vast and complex city(NEw Delhi) gets the best start in life, thrives and develops to his or her full potential.
We've learned that the only way to make lasting change happen is to help the people who all need help.
To ensure a step in the right direction, we urge to each of you to start by thinking of children in their entirety, as citizens with rights guaranteed to them.
All children are born with the same rights.
Regardless of race or ethnic group, the country they are born in, whether they are a boy or girl, rich or poor,
living with disabilities or with HIV all children must have full opportunity to become a productive member of society,
and must have the right to speak up and be heard.

How can we help orphans?
-You could adopt an orphan
-Send in money
-Provide food for as many as you can
-Spend time with them; make them laugh
Do anything you can to help them :)

Why Should You Help the Elderly?

-Old people are people too.they also have some needs.we should help them to fulfill their needs.
-they are very lonely and some have no family at all.

How to help elderly?

There are 90 m (current estimate) older people in India

We advocate with national & local government to bring about policy that is beneficial to the elderly.
We make society aware of issues concerning the aged and promote better understanding of them.
We help the elderly be aware of their rights and provide access to them.
We help the elderly become aware of their own rights so that they get their due and are able to play an active role in society

How to Help Physically Handicapped and disabled?

Having a disability is as hard as any other challenge an able bodied or disabled person may face, it is just a challenge that not that many people face.

Physical disabilities create both physical and emotional challenges for children.

Physically handicapped children face many challenges on a daily basis like,
-Playing sports,
-participating in school,
-riding the bus
-playing children's games are just a few of the activities that present challenges for disabled children.

Aim of this application is to help underprivileged(orphans,disabled persons and old people) in delhi with the necessary skills to manage life on their own.

What we want here is to help them live with confidence, dignity and respect.

How You Can Help them ?
-By helping donating stationary and donating materials for other Training
-Providing funds for awarding scholarship to the meritorious poor students
-Volunteering your time and skill to help them.
-Generating donors of old newspapers and magazine in your zone of Delhi.
-Making and arranging donations to fund society project, office equipments, working space etc.
-The last but not the least by helping them financially.

Tags: orphanages in delhi ncr for babies, suggestions on how will citizen become aware of their rights, trademark office delhi.

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