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Educating Rural Children Belonging to Most Marginalized Communities

Rights education and Development centre (READ) NGO was established in the year 2001, to give education to the children belonging to most Marginalized communities. The fund are used for giving education to the drop-out children, children at an young age working in the garment industries and to the children who discontinued their education due financial and family issues.

I am Karuppusamy, the Director of READ, who the fundraiser. 

We have planed to divide the funds into two parts and our requesting amount on for 2 lakhs 
  •  one lakh is for schools and college drop-out students and
  • another one lakh is for the young textile worker and risk children (like single parent, financial problem etc).

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READ Registration Certificate
READ Registration Certificate
READ PAN card
READ PAN card
Rural evening classes of working village of READ
Rural evening classes of working village of READ
supporting student through giving scholarship
supporting student through giving scholarship
newspaper cutting
newspaper cutting
success story of Textile Worker Beneficiary
success story of Textile Worker Beneficiary

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24th March 2020
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25th September 2019

READ Newsletter: August Month Newslettter 


READ Newsletter: August Month Newslettter 

14th August 2019


Every month READ publishes the Newsletter. The Newsletter consists of monthly activities.


Every month READ publishes the Newsletter. The Newsletter consists of monthly activities.
Rs.12,000 raised

Goal: Rs.200,000

Beneficiary: Rights Educatio... info_outline

Supporters (2)

Sarika
Sarika donated Rs.5,000
SK
Sailesh donated $100