Help Fund Vocational Training at the Voice of Slum

In April of 2019, while in India to speak at the C# Corner Conference, I along with two other speakers visited the Voice of Slum  NGO in Delhi. We meet the two founders Chandni Khan and Dev Pratap Singh and they told us the story of how this organization was started. They are truly inspirational since they both are from the slums and they just want to give back and help other kids from the slums.
They also told us stories about some of the kids that was really heartbreaking. They told us about some of the kids they have helped in the past three years and how well they are doing now as adults.
Even though the founders have spoken at conferences, Ted talks, been in the news and more, they still need a lot of help to support the kids. For example, they had to stop vocational training that teaches women how to sew to support their family. I asked Chandi how much they would make a month after completing the course and she told me 15,000 rupees ($215). I then asked her what they need to start it up again. She said a teacher and about $150 a month.
This campaign is to raise enough money so that the Voice of Slum  can keep their vocational training going for three months ($150). I hope that you will donate to this worthy cause.

Anyone that donates $50 or more, I will send you a FREE copy of my new book titled "Rock Your Code: Code & App Performance for Microsoft .NET ". Contact me for more information.


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David McCarter 
San Diego, CA
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