Childrenwise is an India-based non-profit organization started in July 2019. We aim to uplift the lives of children who are underprivileged and differently-abled in every way possible. We work passionately to spread smiles, raise awareness, and provide basic amenities like education, nutrition to the people. We believe in the values of peace, love, unity, and empowerment. We conduct different projects, and all of them are designed to cater to the need for sustainability and address all the 17 SDGs. We are currently focusing on Project Education, Project Nutrition, and Project Adult Education.
Education is the basic right for everyone, and childrenwise takes the responsibility to bring education to poor people.
To uplift and empower those who are underprivileged and differently-abled.
Our team represents a beautiful concoction of volunteers from all over India, ranging from ages 15 and above, comprising spirited, buoyant youth volunteers. At Childrenwise, we firmly believe that diversity can give form to a force strong and colourful. Leading the team, two powerful and dynamic women, who have been representing Childrenwise and its values at the various platforms with panache.
Chief Projects Officer
Childrenwise is not just an organisation, it’s a family. A family that supports, empowers and believes in each other. We share respect, faith and trust. It’s a family that serves the community of underprivileged. Every member gives their full to bring about a beautiful and much needed change.
Childrenwise was started with just one person having a thought and an intent to make a change and wanting to take a front seat in delivering happiness to the underprivileged people. So the journey of Childrenwise started in 2019.
Childrenwise is a great initiative taken to work selflessly & consistently towards the upliftment of underprivileged children of the society. This platform aims to bring forth appreciative work by the team & to layout a encouraging note to all the viewers to connect to it.
The team was quite open to accepting changes and to innovative ideas, which in my experience is rare within the development sector where resources are limited and people don't want to experiment fearing a failure.
Happiness and satisfaction within internal stakeholders is very high - The employees and volunteers are happy and motivated. I personally spoke to a number of volunteers (youth leaders coming from rural/poor communities) and they all felt Magic Bus is one of the best things that could happen to them. They were empowered to make the change
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