Help for education of Yuvaan's student

"I was raised in an orphanage since I was a small child. I did not have any kind of support after I had to leave the orphanage according to the Government rules. Even though I was a National player, discrimination often left me disappointed. At that point of time , ‘Team Yuvaan’ extended their brotherly co-operation . They took up my responsibility. I have since then, again begun to dream about bringing glory to India’s name on an International level. " This is the story of a National Junior Boxing Champion Usman Shaikh.Usman, National Junior Boxing Champion 2010

 There are thousands of Usman who's dreams remain unfulfilled due to a government rule.  According to government rules, orphans have to leave the orphanages after they attain 18 years of age. Their dreams remain unfulfilled as they step out into the world without any hope of support. They are forced by their circumstances to take up any kind of job they get in order to earn their living even though they would like to take up higher education. The condition of some other socially deprived young students i.e. nomadic- schedule tribes are also not different. They are deprived from equal opportunities of higher education and employment.

And a group of young people have come together with a solution ...
The youth who were inspired by Swami Vivekananda, India’s ex-President Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalaam and especially guided by Gandhian Dr. S. N. Subbarao , Dr. Vikas Amte and who have also been successful in various field, have come together to form the volunteer youth organization, Yuvaan in December 2013. Yuvaan has extended a helping hand to 42 deprived students now and aims to extend its support to 200 students with higher education, lodging, employment, vocational skills training facility as the need be free of cost by adopting their responsibility within next 3 years. Today hundreds of young students have been already benefited by the work of Yuvaan. Yuvaan has a network of more than 500 motivated volunteers across the nation. Yuvaan do not get any government grant or any major corporate support. Mainly volunteers, small local donors are contributing for the work of Yuvaan. The residential students prepare their daily meal themselves at our youth centre. The centre is also running at a rented place. In spite of these genuine challenges team Yuvaan is supporting no. of needy students and given their life a better direction.

By finding an innovative solution to our income problems, Yuvaan's students are making beautiful Handmade Paper Bags (please go through picture below). They have sold more than 15000+ paper bags locally within one year of their paper bags operation. 

Why do we need funds? 
Yuvaan mainly needs support for the grocery & grain material, vegetables, educational fees, material, cloths of our students. As students are living at a rented small place, Yuvaan is also searching for a piece of land near Ahmednagar where they can construct a home for a minimum of 200 deprived students & a skill development center for unemployed youths. The center aims to act as role model youth center in the nation.

‘Yuvaan’ and the flight of the Phoenix:
"I have completed my Diploma from Women’s Government Polytechnic, Latur with distinction. I was apprehensive whether I would be able to go on to procure a degree because of my critical family situation. The only option that I could see available to me was to take up a job to earn my living. At that point of time ‘Team Yuvaan’ extended a helping hand. They helped me to avail admission for higher education at a reputed Engineering College in Ahmednagar district."
-Bhagyashri Surywanshi, TE Computer, Sanjeevani College of Enginering, Tal. Kopergoan, Dist. Ahmednagar
We mainly need support for following causes. 
A detailed estimate of expenses:
Sr. No.     
Plan     
Expenses
1.
Grocery & grain for meal of our students/ year
Rs.2,40,000/-
2.
Educational Fees, Material/ year
Rs.1,10,000/-
3.
Cloths / year
Rs. 60,000/-
4.
Educational Tour/ Twice in a year
Rs.40,000/-     

 


Please donate whatever you can. Even your small contribution can make a BIG DIFFERENCE in the lives of deprived student.                                         


News appeal, Maharashtra Times
News appeal, Maharashtra Times
NAAM Fame Famous Marathi actor Makrand Anaspure at the stage of Yuvaan
NAAM Fame Famous Marathi actor Makrand Anaspure at the stage of Yuvaan
Help by disabled youngsters for raising fund to Yuvaan
Help by disabled youngsters for raising fund to Yuvaan
Skill Development Training
Skill Development Training
The Team Yuvaan
The Team Yuvaan
The news about launching Yuvaan's website & Handmade Paper Bags
The news about launching Yuvaan's website & Handmade Paper Bags
Handmade Paper Bags by Yuvaan students
Handmade Paper Bags by Yuvaan students
Dr A P J Abdul Kalam Library
Dr A P J Abdul Kalam Library
Yuvaan- Empowering youth, Empowering Nation
Yuvaan- Empowering youth, Empowering Nation
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13th May 2017
The progress of our campaign is going well from our side. We are expecting more support like amplifying our campaign from your social media etc Ms Ankita forwarded my request to your social media team on April 25th. We are waiting for your positive response. We will use this fund for the education & living expenses of our students. Thanks for your kind support ...

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Rs.57,600
raised of Rs.200,000 goal

12 Supporters

19 Days to go

Payment options: Online, cheque pickups

Beneficiary: Yuvaan info_outline
Only INR donations accepted

Supporters (12)

SA
Sucheta donated Rs.23,400

To support higher education of a student

MK
Mayank donated Rs.2,500
KD
Krishna donated Rs.10,000
DA
Dr. Ashok donated Rs.10,000
YS
Yogesh donated Rs.1,000

Donation for 2nd birthday of Avdhut Yogesh Katare

PP
Pradeep donated Rs.2,500