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Home for Runaway Children
I have always donated to charities that help children to excel and grow. When I encountered your charity, I knew I wanted to help the children that needed an ability to study at night in places that electricity was not always available. I am glad to be part of the YourHelpCounts Foundation and have seen the pictures from your website of the children receiving the lights. It brought a joy to my heart that these children will be able to study and make good grades. I have committed to but at least 100 plus lights this year for the Foundation and the children.
YourHelpCounts Foundation is doing a commendable job helping the children in need, providing them access to Education and Solar powered lights where there is little electricity. In my college days, I travelled to some areas where YHC is doing the projects currently; I can say that it is not an easy job running schools in those remote villages. It is a privilege to be part of YHC's noble cause and glad that my donation is reaching the hands that needed the most.
I have been Volunteering with various organizations over the past few years and always feel happy doing so. Most of the organizations are huge and I am among 10,000 or probably more volunteers.Though it never bothered me as I did my part but volunteering for YHC has been a heart warming experience. I enjoying spending time with the volunteers as the energy and enthusiasm they bring is amazing and always has me thinking as to how I can do more.It is a small organization and it feels like a family. I started Volunteering at the YHC Booth at TATA Picnic trying to spread the word. The second event was organizing the "Locks for Light" event. Though we were not able to cover a large crowd I think the youth Volunteers RevanthBobba and Sujay Vundavalli did a great job raising money to provide kids in Araku Valley, India with a new classroom. It is nice to see the younger generation give back to the community. It is a big responsibility knowing that these kids can go for higher education with a little help from volunteers like us. I know most of us may not have the time but YHC also accepts donations. My friend and brother Volunteer Murali Bobba goes an extra mile to make sure you know where your Dollars are spent. He is open with his communication which makes you feel like you made a difference. There is still a long way to go and I consider myself privileged to be associated with YHC.