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Help Digitally Deprived Students and Women to Continue their Education in And after COVID-19.
Dharma Bharati Mission is a Mumbai-based non-profit NGO that aims to help the underprivileged women and children in slum areas by providing them with the education that is a stepping stone to a better life. They are constantly working with our team to provide them, online classes, through smartphones and free internet packs and they don’t want to stop here because of low funds. They will need 200-250 phones quarterly. The maximum cost will be a 6,000/-per phone.
After the course, the beneficiary will be required to return the phone, and these can be reused for at least one more batch. They can even look for giving one phone amongst 2-3 beneficiaries asking them to share. As regards Data Packs- For a three-month batch, and a daily class of 2 hours and practice sessions, they will need a plan for 1GB data per day for which charges will be around INR 150 per month or max INR 500 per quarter. Thus with a contribution of Rs. 6500 /- you can support the education of an underprivileged child. In this first fundraiser, they are targeting to raise money for 75 such students who are in Class 9th & 10th and need it foremost.
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