Children are begging. Women are assaulted. Physically challenged are dying slow death. Poor people are getting infected by more diseases in the slums. Girl child is still being killed. Corruption is still rising high. Circumstances are still forcing young girls to sell their bodies. Their screaming out for help is deafening for ears and aching for the heart. We can’t sleep peacefully with so much noise around. We have to replace the ‘scream for help’ with the ‘screams of joy and happiness’.
BlogAdda introduced Bloggers Social Responsibility some time back and are now pleased to announce the next step.
The time has come to show responsibility. The time to replace sorrow with smiles. Does it seem that difficult? Definitely not. NGO’s are already doing so and are trying to make a difference. But that is not enough. They need our support. Here is how!
The NGO’s are here, with their different causes. Now it’s your turn to support them. And it’s very simple. Support them through your blog.
3 simple steps to make a difference. Read. Blog. Share.
- Read about the NGO and its cause.
- Blog about the NGO by simply copy-pasting its details and creating a post. Add your own insights too.
- Share it with the blogosphere and spread the word.
Three simple steps taken by you can do a lot for the NGO. You can spread awareness about the various social causes through these NGO’s. As a blogger, you have the power of words and reach. With your words, you can influence many and provoke a thought. Use your power the wise way by invoking a feeling of awakening among the citizens of India.
Support the NGO’s by visiting this link and blog now!
If you are a NGO or an organisation working for social good, use this form to submit details to us and participate in this program.
30 Replies to “Bloggers Social Responsibility – The next step!”
As a part of exercising my BSR, I have written about an organization called Prajwala. Please read here –> http://whendasungoesdown.blogspot.com/2011/06/prajwala-eternal-flame.html
‘Sahai’ helpline at Bangalore is an initiative for prevention of suicide and provide emotional support to those who are feeling low and depressed. Here is the link to my post on the subject-
Sindhu Tai Sapkal is an amazing woman, a destitute herself, she is now a mother to thousands of orphans and runs several orphanages http://www.india-intro.com/blog/fan-musings/502-mother-of-orphans-sindhu-tai-sapkal-part-1.html
Exercising my Blogger’s Social Responsibility – writing about 2 NGO’s working in the field of prevention of child sexual abuse and sexuality education – TULIR and TARSHI
exercising my BSR with this post http://shreshar.blogspot.com/2011/12/may-their-tribe-increase.html
आओ जलाएं दीप वहां!
रौशनी का नहीं सुराग जहाँ !!
Please read my BSR post here: http://ghatasinghal.blogspot.in/2012/03/prerna-inspiration-for-this-journey-of.html
Yuva Parivartan has been striving to uplift the lives of the unfortunate and underprivileged by through several training programs. These training programs have helped several youth to become economically independent and create a better life for themselves and their families. Through our partnerships with several corporate houses, we have ensured that the students are ably employed.Visit http://yuvaparivartan.wordpress.com/ for more information
http://www.bhardwajfoundation.org works in the field of social service by conducting programs on awareness regarding the situation of women, child and other disadvantage sections of society for the benefit of society .
http://www.feeding-india.org/ PLEASE share this site and blog about this noble cause.feeding INDIA is an ngo working day n night to crb hunger issues in INDIA by providing food everyday n curbing the wastage.
I came across this organization called Feeding India which donates excess food from parties and functions to the needy. So make sure you book Feeding India when you are organizing a party so their volunteers can come and collect extra food to give to the hungry.
Annamrita contributes towards a good cause. Annamrita is an NGO that provides 12,00,000 meals everyday to school children across 8 states in India.
This is such a nice blog which makes us aware to do something for these kinds of persons. I know a NGO which is working for the welfare of poor children’s in India named ‘ Relief India Trust’. To know more about that read it.