Why donate to us

Most of non-profits received donations are spent blindly, donors never know where money goes to. We are known for being 100% honest and transparent so donors know where every contributing penny is being spent, how and who is getting benefitted. You’ll be frequently informed and also can even choose to have direct interaction with beneficiary with our assistance.

How it works

We have a one-to-one donation system where we offer donor the possibility to choose a kid to sponsor and become their education guardian as long as they want. If donor wishes, we can create a special bonding with the beneficiary by providing development updates, occasional interactions, and even introduction with their family.

Angel Care

Children Education Sponsorship Program

“Do not feed me but please educate me.”
Her words became the voice of many other children.

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What we do

Pink Belt Enlightenment Project is working for the social development in India by sponsoring the education of unprivileged kids whose parents / guardians are financially unable to afford their studies. While the focus is on children, Angel Care program also coaches teachers, parents, care givers and social activists with knowledge, skills and attitude in many educational and professional facilities to provide adequate support to children.

How we do

These are some of the services we provide that make your donation transparent:

  •  Video call with the sponsored kid as per your convenience
  •   Interpreter between you and child to communicate

  •  Kid’s progress report sent regularly to you
  •  Meetings with the family whenever you visit India

How you can help

Early education can play a critical role during this important development period. There are many kids whose parents are either unable to afford their formal schooling or kids who are orphan and need somebody for their future development. Angel Care Program welcomes donors with the kindness to help these unprivileged kids and give them a chance in life. A little help from your side can definitely change the future of a family for a better living and thus the society. Any amount given by you will be a booster for these kids to start their studies.



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Educational Sponsorship

Once you choose a child to sponsor we’ll send you his/her and family whole detailed profile, as well as a consent letter signed by his/her guardian accepting your help. It’s an annual contribution that patronizes all yearly expenses for school term:

  •  School fees

  •  Stationary (books, bags, lunchbox, bottles etc.)
  •  Transportation (home-school-home)

  •  School uniforms (winter, summer, sports)
  •  Miscellaneous expenses (that school demands for various extracurricular activities)
  •  Celebration of special social festivals which they can’t afford to participate like their Birthday,      Christmas, Diwali (festival of Light), Holi (festival of Color)


Who is waiting for you

Here is a short profile of some of the children that are waiting for your helping hands:

Divyansh

Male
7
(India)

Divyansh has dreams in his eyes to become life support to his helpless family. His father is disabled and he quit from school as his mother could not earn sufficiently to afford her son school fees.

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Pooja

Female
9
(India)

Pooja was born in a labor class family, is a sharp mind and is keen to learn and grow but unfortunately she is an underprivileged girl as her family cannot afford to send her to school.

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Naina

Female
14
(India)

Naina sings, dances and was class topper. Last year her father died in a road accident. Her mother is making their survival by stitching clothes and hardly manages food for them, so study is far apart.

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Seema

Female
14
(India)

Seema lives in a slum area and struggles daily in household chores. Her family is working day and night for survival and none of the children get education in her family.

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Pryanshu

Male
8
(India)

He lost his father when he was just 5 years old and his mother has no other financial support. Young champ dreams to study and become a boxer, but without support none of his dreams can be accomplished.

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Khusi

Female
13
(India)

Her father lost both legs in an accident and mother is working as a cleaner in a school. Her family hardly provides sufficient food, but her commitment towards studies gives her strength. She deserves a chance.

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Sahil

Male
9
(India)

Sahil lost his mother and his father is handicapped and unable to get a regular job. Besides doing so much hard work, he can’t provide basic necessities to his children. Sahil is sharp and can do wonders if he has a chance to go to school. Become an officer is his life goal.

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Gungun

Female
14
(India)

Her father died and she’s the only girl in a family with 3 brothers. She has to work hard with her mom as cleaner to survive. All she wants is education for her and her brothers.

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Simran

Female
5
(India)

Two years ago Simran lost her father. She lives with her mother, and is helping her mom doing household works in different houses, but that has not been enough to fulfill their daily needs. This young kid deserves to have a bright future.

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Kuldeep

Male
9
(India)

His parents died few years ago and his only brother is taking care of him by pulling rickshaw.

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Anuradha

Female
7
(India)

She is an orphan child whose pain can’t be described in words. The only guardian she has is her grandfather who is 75+ years old. He is bringing her up and providing her daily necessities, but is unable to send her to school.

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Neeraj

Male
10
(India)

He lives in a slum area with five more siblings. His father is a seasonal labor without permanent income and his mother is dedicated to the household services. Money is short to send even one kid to school.

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Sonam

Female
14
(India)

Intelligent by nature and very good in studies, her parents died in an accident and now she lives with her grandmother. Her family earnings are very low as her grandmother is very old and unable to keep up with her education expenses.

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Gungun

Female
12
(India)

Gungun is a very intelligent girl but her father suffers from tuberculosis, and because of that the whole income of her family is spent on his father’s disease.

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Nitra

Female
7
(India)

Nitra is a very creative girl and good in studies. Due to some fraud of a relative they lost their house. Family started facing hardship and Nitra had to leave school.

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Shivani

Female
5
(India)

Shivani is a daughter of a single mom who works as a maid cleaning other houses and hardly gets money to afford food for them. She’s a very bright kid, and if chances are given to her to go to school, she can change the fortune of family.

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Raj

Male
13
(India)

His mother is suffering of incurable disease and his father is no help as he is an alcoholic. Raj dreams to become life support to his helpless family but he needs some help to make him achieve that.

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Tanvi

Female
10
(India)

Tanvi lost her father in a road accident and he was the only earning source in the family. Her education stopped as her mother, even working as a street vendor, could not afford her school expenses.

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Khushi

Female
11
(India)

Khushi was born in a labor class family and has a huge ability to learn, but her family can’t afford to send her to school. Her father is disabled and her mother is the only source of earnings. Khusii helps her mother in the household activities.

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Tanisha

Female
13
(India)

Tanisha’s parents can’t afford education for all children, so they prioritize sending their sons over daughters.

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Digital Literacy

Computer Education for females

India, as a developing country, is growing very fast digitally. The computer education is necessary for all and has many purposes, especially empowering women, but it is still not in the reach of lots of females in India. They need this help to improve their knowledge so they can have better opportunities in life, get better jobs, help their family livelihood and boost the society in its core development.

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What we do

Our Pink Belt Enlightenment project, under the banner of its program Digital Literacy, has started free basic computer education for all females one year ago by student volunteer teachers. So far we trained over a hundred young girls, but basic education is not enough for them to build a career especially being a female in this competitive world.


How you can help

We are looking for sponsors to help us offer advanced courses, experienced professional teachers, quality equipment and better facilities. In that way we can provide more career oriented courses and train more females so they can have bright future and better opportunities.


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