Dream a Dream empowers young people from vulnerable backgrounds to overcome adversity and flourish in a fast changing world, using a creative life skills approach.
Designed for 8-14 year olds to develop interpersonal, cognitive and creative skills through experiential learning.
Aimed at 14-19 year olds to equip them with skills that make them career ready, converting potential into capabilities
Unlocking creativity and empathy among adults who work with young people, for holistic learning outcomes
Aimed at meaningfully engaging the corporate sector, colleges and individuals to champion the cause of life-skills
Padma was introduced to Dream a Dream by our partner school - Round Table School, a free school for children from poor communities around Roopera...
Arun discontinued his studies to work in a garage at the age of 14, but now works as a facilitator for the After school Life Skill Programme at...
Vishwa lives in Bangalore, with his family - his father a part-time car washer, his mother a security guard and his younger sister.
Anita, 21 joined the After School Life Skills Programme in 2007 from one of Dream a Dream’s partner schools. Her father is an auto-rickshaw...
From 12 founding volunteers to over 3000 volunteers and counting in 2014
From 150 young people impacted in the year 2000 to nearly 60,000 per year, in 2014
8 out of 10 young people show a consistent improvement in at least one of five life skills
9 out of 10 young people in our programmes continue to participate with us year-on-year
Rs. 78 is for programs
Rs. 7 is for fundraising
Rs. 15 is for operations
Dream a Dream wants to impact 250,000 young people by 2016.
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