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"Surabhi (name changed) lives in a Childcare Institution (CCI) in a village in Maharashtra. She is 14 years old. Her parents are farmers and have an unstable income. As they find it hard to provide for her, she lives in the Childcare Institution. The institution has enrolled Surabhi in school. This makes Surabhi the first generation in her family who is able to get an education. The CCI fulfills her basic needs. However, Surabhi had little wishes that any normal young child has.Her little wishes were a new pair of clothes for a festival and a pair of shoes. But, with the limited support that the CCI had, these had to remain unfulfilled.CSA then decided to fulfill the wishes of the children in the CCI. Surabhi received a pair of denim jeans and tee shirts. Surabhi was overjoyed at this gift. She then confessed to the caretakers that she secretly dreamt of wearing western outfits. She had never spoken to anyone about this as it seemed like a far-fetched dream that would never come true. The new clothes were sheer joy and surprise on the innocent faces of the children. She was thrilled, and her confidence grew with a small gift like new clothes.Like Surabhi, many other children at rural CCIs are eagerly waiting to receive their first sets of new clothes and footwear. These will go a long way in building their self-esteem and confidence!**You can also help poor children like Surabhi with gifts like clothes and footwear that they crave for. You can support organizations like CSA help in bringing joy to the lives of more children. You can give with confidence because every program listed is [GIVEASSURED](https://www.giveindia.org/giveassured).**"

About The Program

Catalysts for Social Action works around the entire eco-system spanning Adoption, Child Care Institutes and Aftercare that are included under the Juvenile Justice Act and the Integrated Child Protection Policy. Catalysts for Social Action works on the ground to deliver results such as more adoptions, happier children, better developmental outcomes, placement into decent jobs. These efforts make a difference in the lives of children which is clear and heart-warming. The needs of the children are identified. They are placed in formal educational institutions where they receive a quality education. The basic needs of children like food, clothing, and educational needs are taken care of. They also receive proper healthcare. Regular check-ups, vaccinations, hygiene kit and day to day essentials are provided to the children so they can grow up to be healthy.Children in this age grow quickly, and there is always a dearth of clothes and footwear that they outgrow fast. Love is what an underprivileged child misses the most. They crave the attention that makes them feel loved. These small gifts can help the children feel loved.There are over 3400 children in over 60 child care institutions across four states under the support of Catalysts for Social Action. The organization has facilitated over 250 successful adoptions facilitated. When you donate to this program, you gift an underprivileged child a pair of footwear and clothes that they deserve.

About The NGO

Catalysts for Social Action (CSA) is a not-for-profit organization working in the arena of holistic childcare for the last 15 years. CSA’s prime areas of work are Adoption, Healthcare, and Nutrition, Hygiene, Education, Skill training and Livelihood.CSA believes Adoption is the best form of child rehabilitation. Every adoptable child should find a home Partner with more Childcare Institutions. With an aim to give them better childhood CSA currently supports 3400+ children in areas of health, education, and hygiene. They work towards fulfilling their needs and to help them with a brighter future.They conduct livelihood training that focuses on computer literacy, adolescent health, drug abuse, and confidence building. CSA also trains youth in employable skills so that they can settle down in society as socially adept individuals. They also support for higher education. Over 200 young adults have been given support for higher education and livelihood.CSA believes that every child needs a family or family-like care in a well-managed institution. With this objective, they work towards • Increasing adoptions and support to adoptive parents and children • Maintaining higher standards in child care homes • Supporting children in their transition into independent living and secure livelihood • Supporting Government policies and their implementation They believe in not just providing direct services but also in being a catalyst for systemic and sustainable change.

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Catalysts for Social Action

Catalysts for Social Action

Beneficiary Charity

Rohit Nair

Rohit Nair

Organiser

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