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Turn Your Concern Into Action

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Dear Friends,

Join hands with us, be a torch bearer!

Our journey started 5 years back with a dream to bring 100 out of school children residing in urban slums of Dwarka, Delhi into mainstream schools. The children after all these years are doing great in secondary grades and coming out to be well-rounded individuals. They are attending different private & public schools of Delhi with hand holding through the Extra Support Program run by T.Y.C.I.A Foundation where they are tutored after school hours with vision of further getting them enrolled in Economically Weaker Section quotas of private schools.  We are optimistic about their future and commit to supporting their education further. 

Our vision is to help these children and make their dream of reaching their potential! 

Let's aim to raise funds for these 100 children. We are spending INR 472 per child per month which averagely sum up to INR 6000 on each child annually. This cost includes salary of teachers, teaching & learning material, hands on learning weekly activities & school running cost.
Below mention chart show how your annual contribution of INR 6000 is spent on each student.
You can support INR 6000 to support the education of a child for a year. For more information about our work, you can log on to our website www.tycia.org
 our facebook link - https://www.facebook.com/TYCIA.Foundation/.

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14th January 2017
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12th January 2017
Meet Ankita,our first Ambassador!!
Meet Ankita,our first Ambassador!!
Rs.110,830 raised

Goal: Rs.600,000

Beneficiary: TYCIA Foundation info_outline
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Anonymous donated $100
Manjeet donated $10

Thank you

jyothish donated $90.90
Anonymous donated $22.72
Anonymous donated $100
Sami donated Rs.12,000