Education Camp for Underprivileged Children in Uttarakhand | Milaap
Education Camp for Underprivileged Children in Uttarakhand Villages
  • World Youth Council

    Created by

    World Youth Council
  • WY

    This fundraiser will benefit

    World Youth Council

    from Dhikuli, Uttarakhand


Underprivileged children do not get any opportunity to learn new skills, develop hobbies, identify their talents and possibly build a career on it. More importance is given to books and extra curricular is ignored especially for the lesser privileged section of our society.


About Teach Your Talent
Teach Your Talent is an initiative focussing on teaching new skills and talents to under privileged children both in urban and rural areas. Talents like sports, performing arts, fine arts, etc., along with teaching technical skills also teaches life skills both implicitly and explicitly like confidence, discipline, collaboration, team player, decision making, etc.We believe that young people can change the world and teaching is a very important life lesson that every young person should learn. Through Teach Your Talent, young people volunteer to teach their talent to under privileged children and give back to society by nurturing the future of the world. Teach Your Talent has reached more than 1000 children whom we teach regularly in less than 8 months of it's commencement across Delhi NCR.


Teach Your Talent Rural Bootcamp
Teach Your Talent is now reaching to the rural children in the villages of Uttarakhand through a week long boot camp. The current state of some of these villages is such that they have no electricity and have never played sports, completely non-exposed to the outside world as such. WYC is setting up a camp to introduce these students to new arenas, find their interest and build on it. Through this Rural Bootcamp 10 young individuals will be selected to travel to the camp to teach skills and talents to these children opening their eyes to new windows of opportunities. The program is open to individuals of 16-25 years and is semi-funded by World Youth Council. More details about the boot camp here:

Villages being reached out to:
  • Dhikuli
  • Ramnagar
  • Mohaan
All the villages are near the Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand

The rural boot camp is enrolling 200 students and will receive more than 100 hours of learning. Donating INR 1000 will help one student which includes:
- Trainer expenses (food, travel to villages, etc.), 
- Material (bat, ball, musical instruments, art supplies, etc.), camp cost, equipments (speakers, etc.), 
- Gears & merchandise for each student (shoes, caps, water bottles, t-shirts, etc.).

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