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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. Our Chapter has been started by High School Students and we invite you to join our Student Chapter and support our events!


"I like to see that High School students are really interested in helping a cause like this. I like it because it makes me feel like I can make a greater impact as opposed to other extracurricular activities."
Nathalie Kauz
Co AC Leader

"My experience was great. I visited the SCSTEDS project (Slum Children Sports Talent and Education Development Society). Coming from the community that I live in, the visit was eye-opening. I was shocked at the poor living conditions in the Vysarpati slums of Chennai.... They started a great program helping at-risk youths stay out of trouble. The kids play football in their free time, and they really enjoy it. All of them are very talented, and it seemed to me that playing football encouraged them to focus on their studies. All were enthusiastic about learning and making a good life for themselves and others. I spent multiple days with the kids in the slum....I learned that community has been strengthened by this project. CRY has supported a great cause, and I am glad that I was able to see it first hand... This motivated me to really put all I can in helping CRY."
Rathnam Venkat
Co AC Leader after conducting a project visit in India