Driven by his dream of bringing a constructive and meaningful change in society, Shekhar Mahajan conceived the idea of Sahyog Care for You in the year 2002.
About Yogya Foundation
Yogya Foundation is an independent think tank culminating the efforts of students, policy researchers, legal advisors to provide efforts for nation-building collectively.
About Sahyog Children Community Awards
The Sahyog Children Community Awards is a recognition program based exclusively on children’s voluntary community service. This award is given in recognition of outstanding commitment to the community that demonstrates an exemplary devotion to create greater equity and opportunity.
The awards seek to honour middle and high school and college students for outstanding service to the community.
This award is given in recognition of outstanding commitment to the community that demonstrates an exemplary devotion to create greater equity and opportunity.
SAHYOG CARE FOR YOU IS FINDING SOME ENTHUSIASTIC VOLUNTEERS
Volunteers must be 18 OR more than 18 years old.
Volunteers have to be involved in the entire time frame of the program.
Volunteers must be enthusiastic to coordinate with the school teachers, students & also the promotion of the event.
Students must be undergraduate and postgraduate students from a recognized school, Colleges/Universities are eligible to participate as a volunteer in the community award.
NOTE: Seats are less for the Volunteers: Please Enroll Fast
South Delhi: 2 vacancies
North Delhi: 2 vacancies
West Delhi: 2 vacancies
East Delhi: 2 vacancies
Deadline: 28th February 2020
Student Ambassador Program
If any of the volunteers can get 50 participants (school children/college children) for the Sahyog Children Community Awards then he can enrol himself/herself for the Student Ambassador Program & the selected one will get exciting gift hampers, certificate of Appreciation, trophy and much more.
Certificate and Rewards
All the Volunteers will get certificate, awards and exciting gift hampers.
Please free to call: Avinash Sharma (Whatsapp/Call: 9810170098)
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