Belagavi Yuva Foundation for Education
Who we are?
Education is without a doubt the most potent force behind societal change. Nonetheless, there is a huge disparity in access to high-quality education in India, which leaves youngsters with a vastly unequal set of opportunities. The kids still have a lot of unmet demands for fundamental learning materials.
The Belagavi Yuva Foundation for Education wants to help underprivileged kids become self-sufficient and live honourable lives in the future. More than 7,000 students are currently receiving external funding from the Belagavi Yuva Foundation for Education so that they can attend school as part of the community programme.
The Belagavi Yuva Foundation for Education also offers children education that is based on skills, including computer education, art, theatre, athletics, and others. Several college students give their time and share their knowledge and talents with the kids.
Several students in our area are failing to complete their education because their families do not support them in doing so. The public schools offer free education, yet many kids struggle to even afford the supplies they need for school.
As poverty struck hard, parents had little choice but to limit their children's access to school. Those youngsters are disregarded or abandoned by society. These kids don't get any love or respect. Children are burdened with duties in a time when learning and playing should be the priority. In order for children to live honourably, they need assistance adjusting to the competitive environment.
We at the Belagavi Yuva Foundation for Education hope that this initiative will help these disadvantaged kids begin their educational journeys. We want to provide the groundwork for independence and empowerment by giving them access to educational resources.
The provision of school supplies will inspire parents and kids to value education. At the end of the day, the fundamental goal is to offer resources that the families of these kids would not otherwise make available. We have helped hundreds of disadvantaged kids continue their education because to your assistance.
With all of our supporters By this project, we have been able to make a difference in the lives of more than 12,000 kids. Many children who live in slums have completed their education and are either employed by different companies or studying for competitive tests like the civil service.
After providing them with options to support themselves, the kids' parents actually send them to school.