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Fair trade gifts, clothes, accessories and home deco
Expiry Date: 31/12/2014

By purchasing your souvenirs, clothing items, home deco, fashion accessories or gifts from the MESH boutique, you will help support disabled people and leprosy sufferers across India to be rehabilitated and become self-sufficient. 
From wonderful weaved bags to beautifully designed garments, as well as gifts, souvenirs, home decoration and toys, MESH has a wide variety of products available. Ensure your purchases make a real difference and positive impact on society... 

MESH works with approximately 700 artisans with disabilities or affected by leprosy, in 37 producer groups across 12 Indian states; selling their products from two shops in India, in Delhi and Hyderabad. 

The Delhi shop is situated in Uday Park, (5, Local Shopping Centre), which is very near South Extension and Defence Colony. 
Tel. +91 11 26965039/26568048 Email: contact@mesh.org.in www.mesh.org.in 
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What if God has placed us together here in Delhi at this moment because it is one of the most strategic cities on earth? Over forty-thousand internationals call our crossroads city home! And so very many of them estranged from Him. Imagine if we could be part of the Father’s great plan of reconciling with so many people he loves! Come and visit us Sunday mornings at 10.30am at the Carmel Convent School on Malcha Marg, New Delhi

http://www.delhifellowship.org/ 
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Soulcialtravel.com features a range of social, soulful services for travellers, whether they are visiting foreign countries on a short vacation or long expat term.

Volunteer with NGOs, provide your no longer used but much needed books, clothes or even computers, find social enterprises... there are numerous opportunities to make your travels more rewarding. 

The site launched with services in New Delhi, India, but will expand beyond in the near future. Thanks for visiting and sharing. 
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Pasta with a punch - delivered to your doorstep!


Did you imagine that when buying your groceries you could make a difference to someone's life? Well now you can... 
Home made pasta and freshly made sauces delivered to your doorstep is somewhat of a luxury, whether by Indian or European standards. An education is also somewhat of a luxury for many children in India, as you well know. 

Now you can combine your luxury with theirs. 

When you buy your pasta from DP Fresh Pasta services, a social enterprise created by a Dutch born education worker, you are helping fund the education of many slum dwelling children in the suburbs of Delhi. The proceeds of the sales - 90% of profits - are invested into providing free education and training to children and adults through the Dili Trust association (http://www.diliwebsite.com). 

And if that doesn't sound good enough, wait until you try the pasta and sumptuous sources that they also make. Freshly made tagliatelle, spagetti and lasagna with a choice of basic or wholewheat flour and yolk or eggless, not to forget the ravioli stuffed with chicken or mutton kebab or even gouda or cheddar cheese. 

Plain or chunky tomato sauce or basic alfredo sauce can also be ordered to accompany the feast fit for a diva or Roman emperor! 

To order, simply go to the company website: www.dpfreshpastaservices.in, send an email to info@dpfreshpastaservices or call on 96 50 10 59 89. 

And spread the word... Pasta has never tasted so sweet!

www.dpfreshpastaservices.in
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Ethical Stay in New Delhi

Welcome to Bed&Chaï Masala! 
This quiet and comfortable Guesthouse is special for us as we are working in partnership with ESCIP NGO, which is situated on the ground floor of the building. 
ESCIP (Empowering Spinal Cord Injured Persons India Trust) is teaching quadriplegic people how to live an independent life, to be productively employed and to contribute to society as much as any other citizen. 
Bed&Chaï Masala give them support in two ways: - a part of our benefits is given every month to the NGO - our guests are taking their breakfast in the NGO’s living room where they can meet the occupants. It is the way for our clients to interact with the NGO and to volunteer if they want to. 

If you are interested to donate or to spend time with the NGO in India, please visit their Website: www.escip.org or contact Jonathan at escipindia@gmail.com 

Address: D-12, Kailash Colony, first floor, 110048 New Delhi - India 
Phone: +91.85.27.88.45.55 / +91.11.46.06.60.54 

Email: contact@bedandchai.com Website: http://www.bedandchai.com 
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Pasta with a punch - delivered to your doorstep!


Did you imagine that when buying your groceries you could make a difference to someone's life? Well now you can... 
Home made pasta and freshly made sauces delivered to your doorstep is somewhat of a luxury, whether by Indian or European standards. An education is also somewhat of a luxury for many children in India, as you well know. 

Now you can combine your luxury with theirs. 

When you buy your pasta from DP Fresh Pasta services, a social enterprise created by a Dutch born education worker, you are helping fund the education of many slum dwelling children in the suburbs of Delhi. The proceeds of the sales - 90% of profits - are invested into providing free education and training to children and adults through the Dili Trust association (http://www.diliwebsite.com). 

And if that doesn't sound good enough, wait until you try the pasta and sumptuous sources that they also make. Freshly made tagliatelle, spagetti and lasagna with a choice of basic or wholewheat flour and yolk or eggless, not to forget the ravioli stuffed with chicken or mutton kebab or even gouda or cheddar cheese. 

Plain or chunky tomato sauce or basic alfredo sauce can also be ordered to accompany the feast fit for a diva or Roman emperor! 

To order, simply go to the company website: www.dpfreshpastaservices.in, send an email to info@dpfreshpastaservices or call on 96 50 10 59 89. 

And spread the word... Pasta has never tasted so sweet!

www.dpfreshpastaservices.in
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Get involved with Tara

There are many ways you can get involved with Tara. You can become a volunteer and give some of your valuable time to the boys at the Tara Boys home or spend some time with the children at Tara Tots. We have local and expat volunteers helping us help the children - it's a great way to give back to the community while in Delhi. 

Would you like to spend a few hours a week learning from some inspiring kids, whilst they learn from you and all have great fun in the process!? 

We are looking for people of all ages, backfround and nationality to volunteer at Tara. 

You could help out by being a tutor, taking the children on outings, friving them to various activities, doing some craftwork or storytelling. 

Tutors Tutors are what we mostly need, in all subjects: English, hindi, Maths, Sciences, Environmental Sciences and Sport. We need tutors to teach at all levels from Kindergarten/Nursery to Class 12 and you will always be with a small group of students (2 to 4). No previous teaching experience is requried; more important is your enthusiasm, commitment and reliability, as well as your passion and desire to share learning. 

Activities Do you enjoy doing crafts, sports or music? We are always looking for people who can help out once or twice a week to ensure children have opportunities to have a well rounded lifestyle. Perhaps you would like to help us take the children to the park, swimming, to the museum or to see a movie. There are many activities that we need help with and it's a fun way to spend time with the chilren. 

Assistance transporting children It coss a lot of money to run the children around to their various activities. If you have a suitable vehicle and can spare 2-3 hours a week then we would like to talk to you about assisting us getting the children to Judo, Yoga or to the library. 

Join us in creating a safe family environment for the children to achieve their potential. 

If you are interested in helping out in any of the above ways, please contact us via our website at this address: http://www.taraindia.org/p/contact-us.html 
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Village walk with Kamalini

Kamalini invites you to experience Shahpur Jat village in South Delhi. Kamalini, an NGO based in Shahpur Jat organises village walks on request. 

You will discover the history of this wonderful village, visit 14th century monuments and see fashion designers at work in their workshops. The walk concludes with a visit of our project centre where you can meet the beneficaries of our work. 

Kamalini, founded in 2007, provides basic literary and vocational training to underpriveleged girls and women in Delhi. The different courses aim to provide basic skills, enhance confidence and help them with employable skills; 

The funds raised through the participation fee enables Kamalini to cater to the needs of many underpriveleged women. 

For more information, please visit our website : www.kamalini.org

Alternatively you can contact us by email or telephone: rgeorge@kamalini.org 
Tel: +91 971 777 9815. 
Kamalini Vocational Training Centre for Women, 33 Shahpur Jat, 110049 New Delhi. 

We look forward to welcoming you...!
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Volunteer with street kids in Saket

Whether you have 2 hours a day, a week or just 2 hours on a short trip to Delhi, your time is invaluable. Come and volunteer with street and slum kids at the Sunshine Project. 

Whether you want to read, play, sing or just talk with the children, your precious time will be ever so more precious to the children. They come to the Sunshine Project centre each day before or after school where they do homework, wash and eat so they don't have to spend time in the slums or on the street. 

The Sunshine Project was founded by businessman and tailor, Kuku Arora in 2002 when he came acrosss a 2 year old girl with one hand and completely neglected. He and his wife Priti took her in, gave her food and clothing and healthcare - with the consent of the little girl's parents, who lived on the street. They started the project then with 17 children and now welcome around 170 in their centre everyday. 

The address of The Sunshine Project is: 63, 1st Floor, Kehar Singh Estate, Saidulajab, 110030 New Delhi. 
You can call in advance to make an appointment on 981 11 138 280.
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Soulcialtravel.com provides an enriching journey to travellers while on vacation, placement or expat mission by connecting them with "soulcial" experiences.
Mission
Enabling global travellers to give something back to society during their journey.
Description
By connecting them with social businesses, charitable and humanitarian organizations or places of worship, we aim to give travellers the opportunity to contribute to society and enjoy a soulful and spiritual experience during their journey so they have real life stories to tell when back home.

Doing part or full time volunteer work, purchasing gifts and souvenirs from charity shops or eco-friendly stores, staying or eating in places with a socially responsible business model or connecting with local Churches or other places of worship... soulcialtraveller will help travellers find what they want to make their journey all the more memorable... and a journey for others.

The messages communicated can vary, depending on the nature of your service and what you can offer travellers, as long as your service qualifies as "social or soulful", according to the conditions set by soulcialtraveller. Of course, any qualifying organisation or company is also able to advertise through the site on the dedicated promotional areas. 50% of all profits generated will be allocated to charitable or humanitarian projects.
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