Learning Curve Life Skills Foundation started it's work 3 years ago with a unique purpose to enhance life skills in the underprivileged school children. A need, which has been highly underrated and ignored in the Indian education system.
I have known Subbu for almost 10years now as my mentor and a close friend. He has been involved in social causes for all his life, but 5years ago, he realized a gap in the Indian education system. Soon enough, he left his good corporate job and rolled up his sleeves to help children make a better future.
His organization, Learning Curve is a fully not for profit organization and doesn't even get money from the schools, who receive his program.There are people, who just post videos on social media and talk about how backward our country is, but there are a few people who have the courage to make a change.
I am of the first kind, and I realize that even though I cannot leave my job to educate children in India, I will do whatever possible through social media to raise awareness for this cause and allow more people to contribute.
I am raising funds for a small school in Hyderabad, Pioneer High School, which is facing challenges in providing good education to children. There is a need to motivate the teachers and as well as help children recognize their skills and potential and help them do better.
The overall cost for this program for Pioneer High School is estimated to be Rs. 2,50,000 (~3,800 USD) which would cover transformation of 200 students and 10 teachers over the course of one year. Cost per teacher is estimated to be about Rs. 7000 ($110) and per student Rs. 900 ($14).
So, if you also feel that this is something you want to contribute to, you can either donate money through this portal or spread the word by sharing this link as much as you can. I also invite you to visit the learning curve website (http://learning-curve-foundation.org/
) and see the impact they have been able to have in just three years.