Dinesh Gupta, Donor, Panipat
My dream for children is not only food, clothing & shelter but they should get proper education, guidance & love from all. Children should be given proper time & nourishment to develop. I see a different world where people from all walks of life, people from different locations come & work together for a better tomorrow. The world should be free from competition & there should not be a mad race for money. There should be dignity of labour. Everyone should be treated equally irrespective of the work he does. Everyone should get equal chance, should have freedom of speech to express himself.
Akshit Goel, Donor, Jabalpur
Being privileged, I feel that it is my duty to help the unfortunate who have been left behind in this world. Each time, donating motivates me to donate more. In my opinion, the problems of education, child marriages, hunger and health are salient. Solving these problems engenders equality; and an equal world is what I strive for. The Third Eye Foundation helps me do this. The Third Eye Foundation believes in giving children their rights. I want to change the life of 1 child at a time; 1 problem at a time; 1 region at a time.
Shuchi Chandna, Volunteer, Mumbai
I think the best thing is the challenges I have had to face when teaching tough kids who come with their own stories to tell, and how it has been different with each one of them. Sometimes the joy lies in being able to put a point across, which the child understands, or seeing your hard work in the improvement of a child. Sometimes it is just the unconditional love of the kids which makes me want to give it my all.
Vishal Goel, Volunteer, Pune
I am proud to be a volunteer for a life-changing organisation like The Third Eye Foundation. Truly, charity changes not just the lives of the people on the receiving end, but also the lives of the people on the giving end. The following quote from Mahatma Gandhi perfectly sums up how I feel about charity: “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”
Anuj Singh, Volunteer, Mumbai
It is an honor and privilege to help the orphaned children of India in our own small way. I wish a day will come when there will be no unloved, orphaned, uncared for child in our society. God Bless you for the noble work you are doing for not only India and its children, but to humanity as well