Indian Centre for Development and Rights being a mix of operational and campaign social work organisation focus on long term projects and awareness in its various focus areas. We seek to strive for a better society through our social projects, events, campaigns, volunteer initiatives, VIN awards and collaborated projects with other organisation. We mobilize financial resources, materials and volunteers to create programs to the delivery professionally services of welfare, education, health, development, emergency relief and environmental issues.
iCFDR also campaigns and advocates for issues relating to human rights, women’s rights, children’s rights. We try to raise awareness, acceptance and knowledge by our events and campaigns and our activist event.
iCFDR believes all individuals have the right to develop their full potential, and your Support can enable us to help the most vulnerable sections of underprivileged communities, their right to life of dignity and self-reliance. Through our innovative models we reach out to children, youth, elder and women in need of support.
Our Programs and Campaigns are classified under following headings:
For more information about social work in India or 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 an information in a particular social field – check our Areas of Focus section. In near future, we plan to adopt a school in rural India. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Indian Centre for Development and Rights is a non-profit operational and campaign humanitarian organization focusing on long term projects and awareness in the areas of – Education, Health, Empowerment and Environment. We seek to strive for a better society through volunteer initiatives, events, campaigns, and collaborated projects. Learn more at www.icfdr.org