DIN Foster homes
These are small homes caring for 8 of the most vulnerable children and provide a family and safe environment conducive to their physical and personal development with a good English medium education.
Empowering Transgender communities
Transgender people in India face a variety of issues. So far, these communities perceive that they have been excluded from effectively participating in social and cultural life, the economy, politics and decision-making processes. To support them and help them DIN has created a platformng.
AIDING THE DISTRESSED FAMILIES NETWORK (ADFN)
Envisages supporting distress individuals and families living under the plastics in different parts of the city particularly slums and streets to meet their survival needs and ensuring education of children in their families.
Dream India Network (DIN) in partnership with United Way Bengaluru and the Women and Child Development Department (Govt. Of Karnataka) has initiated a Born Learning Campaign
Networking and alliance building.
We believe that networking is the best way forward to maximize capacities of each other and use collective strength and resources at various levels to accelerate the growth and development of every citizen irrespective of their gender, caste, colour, religion etc. DIN works with Individuals, CSR depts., community, faith-based organizations and NGO’s to make this dream a reality.
Religious Unity & Spiritual Empowerment
This is a call for setting the tone for religious congregations to join hands together in their endeavours of formation, evangelization, social work and social actions.
Research, Advocacy and Training
Evidences based on research are a poignant virtue of our interventions and programmes. DIN strongly holds that through understanding the impact of programmes and altering to ensure and sustain the holistic growth and development of the children and destitute have larger success ratio.