1 in every 5 girls enrolled, drops out after class 8, due to a number of factors. With your help, we can ensure every girl child completes her education. Donate now: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Something exciting is coming your way. #StayTuned #RideForRights
Howard Johnson, Bangalore has taken a step towards helping the cause of Girl Child Education by participating in Chefs for Charity - Dine For Good from 25th Feb to 12th March, an event where the finest chefs from top restaurants in the city come together to present their signature dishes. We are glad to announce that the proceeds from the Howard Johnson stall will go towards furthering our...
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One of our interns held dancing classes during the winter. An activity that all children partook in excitedly and with full enthusiasm. #CRY
Education will help her get places. You can do your bit to ensure that change begins now: [ Bit.ly Link ]
An inspirational quote from one of our volunteers from Kolkata. #CRY
Fathers and daughters - a celebrated bond, quite universal if we may say so! So how could Sourav Ganguly Official (Cricket Icon) be any different?

Watch to know why he thinks every girl should go to school and do your bit at: [ Bit.ly Link ]
These numbers don’t lie and if we don’t do anything about it now, then they will only multiply. Help educate the girl child today: [ Bit.ly Link ]
We’d like to thank all our volunteers who have helped promote the cause of Girl Child Education and the donors who have made their contribution. A special thanks to Shoppers Stop for providing us with a great venue to set up the #CRY kiosk!
The Mumbai Editon of Bake For CRY was both delicious and rewarding and the credit goes to our awesome bakers - Anthea Miranda of Jeanette's Cake Studio, Sarah Patka of Love & Flour, Apurwa Agarwal, a home baker and Shilpa Bhamri of Cakeline.
Thank you all for not only the love you put into baking such amazing treats but for helping raise funds for the cause of underprivileged children. #CRY
CRY salutes the spirit of Justice Altamas Kabir, Former Chief Justice of India and a passionate champion of child rights. His contribution to the Juvenile Justice System will always be remembered.
Some #MondayMotivation from the Mahatma himself. #Quote #ChildRights #Inspirational
Equality is not a privilege. It’s a right. You can make her get her equal rights by donating here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
"I love to ride my bicycle!" Caption this image with what you think it represents.
Photo Credit: Nilanjan Basu
"One doesn't get to do this a lot. Helping underprivileged kids in the smallest of ways possible is something that makes me very happy. Thank you for giving us this opportunity. It was a great experience being a part of CRY." - Sarah Patka on her experience with Bake For CRY, Mumbai Edition
Encourage her to think independently. And that only happens once the doors of knowledge are open to her. Help her get her #RightToSchool. Donate now: [ Bit.ly Link ]
24th January was celebrated as National Girl Child Day in India. Join us to ensure that the rights of the girl child are protected, so that they too can have access to education, healthcare and other opportunities to reach their full potential. If you reside in #Canada #Singapore #MiddleEast #SouthEastAsia or #Australia click to contribute [ Bit.ly Link ]
A big Thank You to Simran Sokhi and Sharan Sokhi who have been raising funds for #CRY over the past few years by giving tuition, rollerblading, skateboarding and tennis lessons to children in their community in Singapore. It is great to see young people like them committed to improving the lives of marginalized #children in #India. Their dedication to the cause is truly inspiring.

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Another world leader on the importance of children and how they can impact society. #Quote #Motivation
An unconventional take on the importance of education. Read to know all about it. #StoryOfHope

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