Made up of mostly youth volunteers, MAD imparts English communication skills to children in orphanages, street shelters and poor homes.
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Make A Difference (M.A.D)

If you are looking for a cause to contribute to, here is an exciting opportunity that will empower you to change lives.  

Make A Difference or M.A.D is India’s largest youth volunteer network. It was founded in 2006 in Cochin. They teach underprivileged children and organize activities that give them exposure to career opportunities among other things. M.A.D shapes, encourages and fulfills dreams day after day. M.A.D creates miracles. 

You too can be a part of this network that works with children in Ahmedabad.  All that is required of you is to devote three hours every week to a group of children eager to receive an education. M.A.D will train you, equip you with study material for the children and expose you to bright, enthused youngsters like yourself. This is the perfect opportunity for you to know what it feels like to be a responsible role model for a very special child.

 

Head over to http://makeadiff.in/ or drop an email at hr.ahmedabad@makeadiff.in

Everything you need to know is right here! http://striking.ly/madvol

 

Make A Difference, is a youth volunteer network, working with orphans and unprivileged children in India.

Make A Difference, is a youth volunteer network, working with orphans and unprivileged children in India.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Made up of mostly youth volunteers, MAD imparts English communication skills to children in orphanages, street shelters and poor homes.

Made up of mostly youth volunteers, MAD imparts English communication skills to children in orphanages, street shelters and poor homes.

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Hemal Mehta

Hemal is the Editor and Blogger-in-Chief of TheAhmedabadBlog.com. She handles the content strategy and development side of the blog and coordinates with contributors and interns.

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Hemal is the Editor and Blogger-in-Chief of TheAhmedabadBlog.com. She handles the content strategy and development side of the blog and coordinates with contributors and interns.

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