Creativity and Fundraising for ICFDR

Indian Centre for Development and Rights would also cherish support from individuals with specific skills such as graphic designing and animation, video editing arts, painting, drawing, craft, photography, writing etc. If you are into a hobby such as dancing, travelling, cycling, running and would like to extend one of our causes support by “dedicating an event with that hobby” please feel free to contact us. For example: You are into running and would like to support one of our causes by organizing a fundraising event around it and run a 10k for it, we would be more than pleased get to support from you!

We also welcome student interns and people seeking education credit for their contributions to social work based organizations like us. For other details on the our other volunteer positions at NGO: Please Click here

We greatly appreciate and value you volunteering your time and/or services to raise awareness about our organization and  programs and also raising funds for social work.

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For more information about social work in India or for details on various options to participate in social work with an NGO volunteering, fundraising, internships, donating, operations and projects, please contact us.  If you are looking for specific information in a particular social field – check our Areas of Focus section. You may also like to read NGOs’ FAQs about social work or about partnering in your Corporate Social Responsibility.  You also can mail us on communication@icfdr.org

About ICFDR:

Indian Centre for Development and Rights is a not for profit NGO in India working to improve education, spread health awareness, for empowerment, rights and environment protection. We at ICFDR plan to adopt a school in rural India soon. Social organisation, ICFDR, would glad to partner with you and welcome your support; our operations are transparent with focus on long term development and empowerment of marginalised classes. Learn more at www.icfdr.org

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