Networking is an important aspect, as without the cooperation and sharing of ideas and resources with other organisations, the task that the Ananya trust has undertaken would be difficult to tackle.
Dream-A-Dream: have brought sports, outdoor activities, art and craft workshops to Ananya Trust. They are active partners even today.
HippoCampus: Have opened their library and reading programmes to the children of Ananya Trust.
Akshaya Patra: Has been providing us with a sumptuous and nutritious lunch evry school day.
Enable Child: Teaching the students all neccesary computer education.
National Child Labour Project (NCLP): Ananya Trust is accredited for special schooling and therefore receives grants from the Indian Government.
These are just a few of the organisations who support the Trust, apart from corporates, individuals and charitable trusts.
You too can get involved and consider helping Ananya Trust in whatever way you can, whether it be with your money, materials or volunteering your time.
Volunteers are most welcome. The Ananaya Trust generally encourages a long term commitment of a year. The volunteers can contact the coordinating agency: The International Cultural and Youth Exchange (ICYE). They assist potential volunteers with all the necessary paper work.
Your help, will help Ananya, to help the children reach their goals, achieve their aspirations, to live better lives and become valuable members of society.