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Share & Care Blog

Here we share news about our various programs, events, and progress reports important to our mission and to our supporters.

Share & Care Foundation Provides Emergency Relief for Gujarat Flood Victims

After committing $30,000 in emergency relief for flood victims in Gujarat, Share & Care continues to seek donations to fund temporary shelters, restore schools and healthcare centers, and provide water and sanitation provisions. Over the last...

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Keeping India's Poorest Children in School — For a Brighter Future

Share & Care's Educate 2 Success Signature Program provides support for students who are at risk of dropping out (or in some cases, have already dropped out) of school. The children selected for this program are from the poorest and most...

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E2G Success Story: Shruti Dilipbhai Chandibhamar

A Real Life Story Educate 2 Graduate Loan Scholarship Program In Partnership with Sister Nivedita Foundation, Rajkot “I am heartily thankful to Share & Care Foundation for timely financial support towards my studies, which really helped me...

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E2G Progress Report [INFOGRAPH]

Through our Educate 2 Graduate program, we're helping to break the cycle of discrimination and poverty. Below is our mid-year 2017 progress report. -->

Meet the Beneficiaries of Share & Care’s Nirmal Village Program

Last year, our Nirmal Village Program provided toilets and hygiene education for 770 families living in rural India. Our goal in 2017 is to help 1,000 more. The Nandini Van, also known as “Sanitation on Wheels,” travels to each village and contains...

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How We’re Tackling the Complexities of India’s Sanitation Crisis

To improve sanitation in rural India, we’re not just building toilets — we’re also changing people’s attitudes about using them There is, and has been for generations, a dire sanitation situation in India. Per the 2011 census, nearly 70% of rural...

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