What’s newProject WHY Centers Closed – DELHI 21 days LOCKDOWN.

What’s new
Project WHY Centers Closed – DELHI 21 days LOCKDOWN.

This is to inform all our supporters, volunteers and friends that Project WHYis closed as per the directive of the Government of India (to curb spread of COVID 19) and to keep ALL our children safe.

Our social media pages will be active during this time. We will be spreading messages of support and kindness. We would love to hear from you all amid the coronavirus pandemic, as it is essential to keep strong ties among people – virtually if needed – and doing whatever we can for our collective well-being and happiness.

 What’s new  Adopt a Teacher

What’s new
Adopt a Teacher

At Project WHY, our greatest assets are our teachers. By adopting a teacher for just INR 10,000 (USD 145 or Euro 130), you enable a good teacher to reach out to 50 underprivileged children that need educational support to complete their schooling years. Without good teachers, this is not possible.

Help support our initiative by adopting one of our teachers as an individual, or a group of friends.

To know more and see the teachers you can adopt click here 

 What’s new  Proceeds to Project Why

What’s new
Proceeds to Project Why

Amazon-bestselling author Damyanti Biswas is donating all her proceeds from her debut crime novel You Beneath Your Skin to Project WHY and @StopAcidAttacks

Our share of the proceeds will be used for women empowerment programs.

The story of You Beneath Your Skin was written while volunteering at Project WHY. It is an intelligent, socially engaged thriller which talks about the issues that are faced by women and underprivileged communities in Delhi.

Check it out, and if it catches your interest, please buy the book.

Within India: https://www.simonandschuster.co.in/books/You-Beneath-Your-Skin/Damyanti-Biswas/9789386797629

Outside India: mybook.to/YouBeneathYourSkin


 What’s new Training on the job

What’s new
Training on the job

Our special needs students Anurag and Munna are training to be shop assistants in a whole sale shop. This is a new initiative towards employment for our special needs students. At present they go for a few hours and are doing a great job! Well done boys!