Child Relief and You-Cry (India): A Case Study
By Anthony D'Souza | January 1997 | View Full Text
This is a case study from the series Process and Techniques of Foundation-Building: Experiences from Eight Organizations in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
It examines the formation, financing and programs of Child Relief and You, which was established in 1978 by individuals from the Indian middle class to raise and channel funds toward the needs of underprivileged children.
The preparation of this series of case studies was made possible by support from the Ford Foundation, the Aspen Institute, the C.S. Mott Foundation and the Compton Foundation.
Foundation-Building & Philanthropic Practices | Foundation Start-Up | Governance, Leadership & Boards | Resource Mobilization | Grantmaking | Capacity-Building Programs | Foundation & Philanthropy Case Studies | India | South Asia