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Independence Day: Comprehending the Actual Meaning of Freedom

On 15th August, 1947 at midnight, independent India’s flag was hoisted at Red Fort. It was after many years of being a colony that India eventually become free from the imperial rule. India was a free country now, having ambitions and goals to achieve. Inspite of having so much potential to develop and abundant natural resources, India has been performing relatively low in terms of development and growth. This is also because the population is increasing and poverty and illiteracy is rampant.
 

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Educate a Child by Donating on this Independence Day

This 15th August, we will celebrate our 72nd Independence Day. After centuries of colonial rule and struggles to achieve absolute freedom, India on 15th August 1947, attained independence. We are fortunate to have been born in free India thanks to the countless struggles and sacrifices our freedom fighters made for us and our country.

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Thank You Activity Which We Are Doing For Our Donor?

With a substantial amount of an NGO's funding and infrastructural support coming from donors across all walks of life, it is important to identify ways of expressing gratitude. During the holiday season,donors regularly receive ‘thank you’ cards and gifts. However, it is important to thank donors on a regular basis, all-year round. This spirit of gratitude must be woven into the organisation's identity, as it is an acknowledgement of the support without which NGO initiatives would not have the scale or impact that they do. Expressing gratitude not only encourages existing donors to keep giving, but also shows the civil society community that you are concerned about supporters.

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Is It Better to Donate Money Now or Invest It to Donate Later?

Tens of thousands of young mothers will die while giving birth, and 5 lakh children will not survive till their 5th birthday, making it essential to make an immediate intervention. These are the the areas which demand that you donate to NGO fundraising. There is a certain urgency with which funding must be immediately generated for many interlinked civil society developmental campaigns to ensure that every child has the right to a healthy and long life. It is therefore essential to donate now, instead of assuming that savings can be accrued and invested at a later stage.

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How India's Police Stations Can be Made Child-friendly

Every year, tens of thousands of children migrate, or are brought to urban regions in pursuit of a better life. They are compelled, or more often forced into child labour and also must survive in the most exploitative of circumstances.  While the Juvenile Justice Act, and many other legal provisions today are in force to ensure their access to justice in these situations, these children are hesitant to report any crimes against them. in the past, the police has been criticised for using children's’ socio-economic status and caste to decide how they will be treated. However, a series of police initiatives are creating more inclusive and inviting atmospheres for children to have a trusting dialogue with police officers.

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