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Back To School - Sponsor 1,00,000 Young Dreams [RightWalk Foundation]


Kamlesh Prajapati, a father of four, earns his daily bread by stitching dead bodies recovered from accidents and crime scenes. Belonging to the most marginalized community, he accepted his fate as it was, but with the hope of giving a better life to his children
All his efforts went in vain when his children started selling ice creams on the roadside. Moreover, his children were ostracized owing to their father's work and had no friends. Kamlesh helplessly wished for a better life for his children. His fate began to change with the implementation of RTE 12.1.C which opened a world of possibilities for Kamlesh and his children who now happily to go school and excitedly share all their new learning.

RTE in Uttar Pradesh:
It took us fierce Advocacy, high profile legal battle, thwarting personal threats and breaking political, bureaucratic and private nexus to finally achieve major policy reforms in RTE 12.1.C and its implementation in Uttar Pradesh - home to 240 million people. With over 96,000 children benefited in 4 years, we often meet children of Rikshawpullers, day-laborers and thelawalas shining bright in their classes while establishing the power of INCLUSION. Some of them are poor beyond imagination and we are raising funds for 50 such kids who show promise. 

While we are working in collaboration with the government towards solving this problem institutionally, we are trying to make sure that needy students don’t suffer. RightWalk Foundation is aiming to support these little dreams by providing them with admission support under Right to Education Act.

 Your support will help sustain the growth and development of these children, ensuring that where they come from in life will not determine where they go. Sponsoring such a child's education will go a long way in helping the child develop into a responsible and independent adult.

With your little donation, a daily-wager can dream of sending his child to the same school as his employer’s child.

DONATE NOW AND SPONSOR A YOUNG DREAM!

About RightWalk Foundation:
Since inception, RightWalk Foundation (a not for profit organization ) has been striving hard towards institutional reforms in education while working closely with civil societies as well as the government of Uttar Pradesh to drive equity, access, quality and inclusion in education.
We have been spearheading the Right to Education Act’s 25% reservation provision for poor children in private schools in the state of UP since 2014, thus enabling 96000 children from Economically Weaker Section (EWS) and Disadvantaged Groups (DG) to be admitted in private schools and study for free in a span of three years.

We have been awarded the prestigious international Ashoka Fellowship and renowned Acumen Fellowship for persistent efforts towards equality in access to education and battling political roadblocks to unlock RTE 12.1.C in UP.  RightWalk was also conferred the APJ Abdul Kalam Award for innovation in Governance. We have also been listed as one of India’s Top Education Influencer by ScooNews and among Top 26 NGOs Impacting Education in India by Education World Magazine.


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9th January 2019
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for the wonderful support. RightWalk Foundation is eternally grateful to all its Donors and Well-wishers. The difficult journey we undertook to impact thousands of children is now reaping benefits with 96,000 children securing admissions under the RTE over the last four years across 75 districts in Uttar Pradesh.

Uttar Pradesh accounts for 30% of the total RTE seats in the country, numbering to approx. 6 Lakh. We still have a long way to secure admissions for another 5 lakh children.

This year, RightWalk Foundation aims to send another 1,00,000 children to school. It takes only Rs. 50 to send one kid to school. In 2019, we aim to raise Rs. 50,00,000 in total, 20% of which is being raised through Milaap crowdfunding.

WE NEED YOU. So, let's join our hands and pledge to send one lakh children to school this year.

Thank you!
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for the wonderful support. RightWalk Foundation is eternally grateful to all its Donors and Well-wishers. The difficult journey we undertook to impact thousands of children is now reaping benefits with 96,000 children securing admissions under the RTE over the last four years across 75 districts in Uttar Pradesh.

Uttar Pradesh accounts for 30% of the total RTE seats in the country, numbering to approx. 6 Lakh. We still have a long way to secure admissions for another 5 lakh children.

This year, RightWalk Foundation aims to send another 1,00,000 children to school. It takes only Rs. 50 to send one kid to school. In 2019, we aim to raise Rs. 50,00,000 in total, 20% of which is being raised through Milaap crowdfunding.

WE NEED YOU. So, let's join our hands and pledge to send one lakh children to school this year.

Thank you!
27th May 2018
Dear Donors,

   Thank you for your contribution. We have raised almost half of the money and we are ready to disburse it to the beneficiaries.

Thank you again for your continued support.

Regards,
Samina
Dear Donors,

   Thank you for your contribution. We have raised almost half of the money and we are ready to disburse it to the beneficiaries.

Thank you again for your continued support.

Regards,
Samina
10th April 2018
Arushi, Sudheer, Hasan Raza are happy faces for the day, all because of your generous contribution. Thank you!!
Arushi, Sudheer, Hasan Raza are happy faces for the day, all because of your generous contribution. Thank you!!
Rs.201,082 raised

Goal: Rs.1,000,000

Beneficiary: RightWalk Found... info_outline

Supporters (51)

Pradeep
Pradeep donated Rs.500
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Anonymous donated Rs.100
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Harisha donated Rs.1,500
SA
Sk donated Rs.500
Ramakrishna
Ramakrishna donated Rs.10,000
Sr
Sandeep donated $25