WELCOME TO ALABAMA ACTION CENTER
CRY America works towards restoring to underprivileged children, especially Indian, their basic rights to survival, protection, development and participation. We believe that each of us as individuals can make a difference. All it takes is the belief that "Change is possible, because I'll make it possible". CRY America's strength lies in its supporters – our volunteers, donors, media and project partners who have come together to change the situation of underprivileged children.
Volunteers form the core of CRY America. They come from different walks of life – university students, professionals, housewives, people working in various companies. Volunteers work among their colleagues, friends, family and local communities to create awareness about the situation of underprivileged children and harness resources through organizing of events. We invite you to join our Action Center and support our events!
- Hanu Karlapalem AC Leader email@example.com
- Srividya Karlapalem AC Co-Lead
- Dr. Laj Utreja AC Communications
- Dr. Ravi Agarwal AC Events
- Rama Ankam AC Accounts
- Pranay Vootukuri Core team member
- Sree Panuganty Core team member
"Viswaprem means universal/ collective love. We show our collective love and support for children regardless of their gender, faith, class, caste, color, race, status, physical and mental ability, and any other conditions by way of participating or supporting the events. The cause – ‘supporting children and their future’ is towards making a secure future. And so is “us” (unselfish service/ seva) for making a secure future."
Alabama AC Leader
Events, Media Support, Acknowledgements
Viswageethi Music Concert
CRY Dinner 2014
CRY Alabama's 3rd annual fundraising dinner was held on 12/8 at Madison City attended by guests & raised $5,000k for child rights.
CRY Walk for Child Rights 2011 - on 10/22/2011 @ UAHuntsville Campus
Viswaprem Dinner 2012
Viswaprem Dinner 2014, Hunstville, AL
CRY Alabama's 4th annual fundraising dinner was held on 5/24 at the Humphreys-Rodgers House in which xx guests participated & raised $7k for child rights.