Get Involved

Your small help can change the destinies of underprivileged people. It can give you the satisfaction that your life has become more meaningful and useful to others.

How can you help ?


You can learn about the problems of people in the society. This website has some information. You can contact us or visit us to learn more. You can Subscribe to our newsletter to know more about the activities of Making The Difference. Invite friends and family members to join this trust.

You can Increase awareness and sensitize the public about the issues. You can write blogs and articles about rights of people. You can increase awareness for people by contacting us.

You can help us raise funds with your contacts from friends, families and coworkers. You can follow us on Social Communities like Facebook and Twitter and spread the word.


Your time and skills can be very helpful to make a difference to our works. You can volunteer in several ways. Visit us and spend time with the us in different types of social activities.

Teach the people and society something about the world that you know. Help them to find different types of opportunities. Give them advices for career building.


Contributions from the privileged society is the crucial way Making The Difference functions. All donations to Making The Difference are exempt from income tax under section 80G. We provide receipts and maintain accounts for every rupee we receive and spend. So, please donate generously that would help us to function widely for the needy. Contributions can be in personal ways. By feeding, distributing books, educational material and monetary as well. .



"Being poor is not by choice, but by chance"
it is a state where a person lacks basic needs of food, shelter, cloth, etc. It is the major cause for crime, corruption, etc.



It is one of the prime cause for poverty.
Illiteracy leads to jobless ness indeed leading to individual & national growth.


Child Labour

"We born by labour, but not for child labour ...!!!"
Illegal and exploitative act on children in there tender age, depriving them of education, joy, love care, etc.