CSR : Dale Carnegie partners with 10 NGOs to train over 500 Underprivileged Youth

Partners with youth agencies such as Toy Bank, Akanksha Foundation, Katalyst, Bharti Foundation, AkshayaPatra, Water Aid, Aide at Action, Magic Bus and Sonalika Foundation to deliver complimentary training across Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Jaipur and Chennai

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MUMBAI: Dale Carnegie of India hosts its annual ‘Global Day of Giving’ event from 22nd October to 26th October. The Global Day of Giving unites over 100 Dale Carnegie offices around the world as they deliver life skills to underprivileged youth at non-profits and charitable agencies who work with the disenfranchised.

With the help of this unique initiative, Dale Carnegie of India aims to help the participants to improve their communication and people skills.

This year, Dale Carnegie has partnered with Toy Bank, Akanksha Foundation, Katalyst, Bharti Foundation, AkshayaPatra, Water Aid, Aide at Action, Magic Bus and Sonalika Foundation to provide life skills to approximately 500+ underprivileged youth across Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Jaipur and Chennai.

The content of the course was universal, easy to understand and transcended socio-economic variables. They also conducted sessions for those who work with and support the NGO youth.

Pallavi Jha, Chairperson & Managing Director, Dale Carnegie of India said, “Compassion and commitment to doing good are deeply rooted in Dale Carnegie’s legacy. Through our annual Global Day of Giving, our aim has been to instill basic living skills in our country’s youth while providing them a sense of purpose for their daily lives. As this initiative enters its third year in India, we can already see significant positive impact that the initiative has created on young minds.”

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