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Extreme Couponing for a Cause by Nicole Paprcka

Extreme Couponing for a Cause by Nicole Paprcka

Raising money for One Life to Love My experience with fundraising for One Life to Love has incredibly strengthened my faith that what is meant to be will be.  I have always believed this to some degree, but like with many things in life, my faith was tested throughout this experience.  I began with a […]

A Vow to Learning by Rania Sawaged

A Vow to Learning by Rania Sawaged

A vow to learning and the people who taught me I was on the other side of the world, but it seems like it was a different world all together. I have been spending this last month trying to connect what I learned in India to what I know in America. It has been hard […]

Privilege by Matthew Terrell

Privilege by Matthew Terrell

“Privilege” Privilege is talked about a lot these days, as people in the majority begin to recognize their status in society amid the current awakening and reckoning with racial injustice in America….and that’s a good thing. Privilege is often associated with power and status, whether it be racial and ethnic privilege, economic power, educational status, […]

Post by Peter Quinton

Post by Peter Quinton

Though I anticipate a transformative experience as I journey to India and meet the family at One Life To Love, I feel that I’ve already been transformed in my work fundraising for One Life To Love this past year in preparation for the trip. As a graduate student studying mental health counseling at Monmouth University, […]

India’s missing children: The story WhatsApp forwards don’t tell you Divya Gandhi Julie Merin Varughese

India’s missing children: The story WhatsApp forwards don’t tell you Divya Gandhi Julie Merin Varughese

AUGUST 11, 2018 18:28 IST UPDATED: AUGUST 12, 2018 09:20 IST SHARE ARTICLE  2.54K  14 PRINT A A A MORE-IN Some 174 children go missing every day. Only about 50% of them are ever found again. But the story behind these statistics is complex Shehzadi Malik has watched the seven-minute video clip on her phone […]

On Delhi’s streets, 70,000 children have nowhere to go

On Delhi’s streets, 70,000 children have nowhere to go

Author: Vatsala Shrangi, Hindustan Times, Mumbai The survey was mainly done at ‘hotspots’ in the city where homeless children are found in higher numbers such as traffic signals, dump yards, railway stations and near religious institutions, among others. Of the nearly 70,000 children mapped, at least 46,000 are in the age group of 6-14 years, […]

How the other half lives in Delhi: 4 stories of poverty, crushed dreams

How the other half lives in Delhi: 4 stories of poverty, crushed dreams

Author: Manoj Sharma, Hindustan Times, New Delhi Most of the city’s poor are migrants — they constitute about 33% of the population of Delhi — who come to the city attracted by the promise of a secure livelihood and better life. But their hopes and dreams are, more often than not, belied. A peek into […]

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