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Most Popular Causes

Below stated are some of the recent causes that you might want to support and be part of

Help Build a Dream

Sponsor a child and help him be part of the After- School Program. The children who are part of the after-school program, have a safe place to be at till their parents get home. They also have teachers who help them with their academic skill building as well as remedial support.

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Sponsor Meal

Every child you sponsor gets to have one nutritious meal after their after-school classes are over. For most of our children, this is the only nutritious meal that is accessible.

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Covid Releif

Many families are struggling to meet their every day needs with the Pandemic looming over the country. To support the families of our kids, we have been distributing relief packs which contain necessities such as rice, dhal, oil, soap and so on. Donate and aid a family!

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Success Stories

Aishwarya joined Rakshak in her 1st std. Both her parents were woodcutters and came from a tribal community called the Irulas. Aishwarya was just like any other 1st grader, a cheerful child with an infectious smile and a thirst to learn more. As years went by, we found Aishwarya to be determined and focused in her academics.

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  • July 16, 2020

    Derm Camp

    The Camp was held at Rakshak on the 8th of March, 2019.

  • July 16, 2020

    Corley Center

    The opening of the Dream Factory at Corley School was a much-awaited event and it happened on the 9th of September.

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About Us

Rakshak which means “Protector” in Sanskrit was founded by Jay and Anjali Kumar in 2004. Perungalathur, back then had a high school dropout rate and children were usually found playing in the streets during daytime.

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