Holistic education cares for a child's physical, mental and emotional development.
Your contribution provides meals, healthcare, uniforms, transport, school supplies, hygiene, buildings, and develops surrounding communities.
We stretch your money to the MAX! More than 95% goes directly to the programs.
When we educate our children, we empower our communities. Education is a universal right of a human being, and can help break the cycles of poverty, disease and social inequity. It equips children with the knowledge, skills and confidence they need to shape a better future for themselves, their communities and the world! Children in rural, tribal and slum areas are denied their basic needs, and are often forced into hard labor. They work in farms, or stay home to help with raising siblings. Let's educate them in our fee-free schools, and rescue the future generations! Can you spare just a dollar everyday to sponsor a child through an entire school year? Almost 95% of our children are first generation learners.
Yogathon is an annual, global initiative to create awareness about yoga and interest in its practice for a healthier living. It is the world's largest Yoga Charity event.
The event challenges participants in various cities globally to complete up to 108 sun salutations as a symbolic offering of hope to children around the world and to spread the message of universal education; proceeds from the event benefit Care for Children.
Yogathon 2018 is the 7th year in a row that the event has been held and it is now a Service Project of the Sri Sri School of Yoga in US.
The Journey of a Dream
One day, my husband came home and announced that he had given up drinking alcohol. Apparently, an Art of Living program was the reason for this change. He pushed me to do this program too.
Little did I know that the program was about to change my life’s direction as well. You see, the instructor was keen on making change-makers out of us simpletons. Soon after that, I started a free school at my home. Read More
It’s Dandiya Season!
Each year, we celebrate Dandiya (traditional folk dance form of Gujarat and Rajasthan, India) across the U.S to raise funds for Care for Children.
This October, a few cities in the U.S are participating in this fun event!