Corporate_what-we-doThe Corporate Programme helps businesses identify CSR interests and match them with critical community needs to develop high-impact initiatives. Positioned as a bridge between grassroots NGOs and urban corporate entities, Youthreach works with both of them to develop, manage and monitor diverse initiatives across the country… more

Our core initiative, the Volunteer Programme, matches the skills and interests of volunteers with the needs of our partner NGOs in ways that are beneficial to both. The programme rests on ensuring that the volunteer finds the best match for her / his skills and the NGO the best resource person for an identified gap… more

courtesy © Santosh Verma

courtesy © Santosh Verma

The Awareness Programme enables, through books, films, wilderness walks, photo exhibitions, music, talks and similar tools, exploration of the humane side in each of us so that we become the change we want to see outside. Children, environment, women, disability or be it any other critical social concern… the programme is rooted in the belief that we all have compassion which, when inspired, has the potential of transforming us into joyful givers of our time, resources and abilities with those that may not have as much… more

The Resource Cell offers services such as need analysis studies for communities and individuals, NGOs and corporate entities so as to bridge the gap between what is and what should be. We also develop content in spaces such as skill development, youth employability and livelihoods apart from conducting volunteer management workshops for partner NGOs and supporting employees of our corporate partners to volunteer by… more

The ‘Youth for Sport’ programme, an initiative of Youthreach started its squash training programme on the 1st of March 2013, to train boys and girls in the age group of 9-17 years at the DDA Squash and Badminton Stadium, Siri Fort Road. At present, 32 children from 5 NGO’s are being given an hours coaching followed by refreshments thrice a week at the sports stadium. The programme is being conducted by 5 coaches and four courts are engaged to train them. The objective behind this program is to provide training and coaching to these children from disadvantaged backgrounds that instills in them the values of fairness, discipline, team spirt, sharing, honor, equality and above all fun…. more

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