Think Kids Yuva is a passionate and committed student-run non-governmental organization that is dedicated to raising awareness and taking action on various societal issues by empowering youth. Our projects and initiatives are focused on creating opportunities for young people to get involved and make a difference. One of our main goals is to fundraise for various causes, and we have successfully done so through various missions, including the Refugee Air Project and RAK (Random Acts of Kindness). Our fundraising efforts have been critical in supporting the needs of refugees and other vulnerable communities, and we are proud to have made a positive impact through these initiatives. We understand that creating positive change requires more than just fundraising, which is why we also focus on raising awareness and educating young people about the social issues that affect their communities. Through our programs and events, we aim to provide a platform for youth to voice their opinions and concerns, and to encourage them to take action towards creating a better future.
Symbol of grace and elegance
Represents the vitality of the youth
The colorful and vibrant petals represent the radiance and color the young generation brings to society
The lotus grows in swampy areas, gradually rising to the surface, infolding its beauty and potential. Similarly, youth represents a time of development and exploring one’s abilities.
Cycle to school: Provided bicycles to provide a safer traveling experience to and from schools for refugees in India who were unable to properly access education.
Bake sale: Baked various good such as cupcakes, brownies, samosas, and jewelry to help raise money for the cycle to school project and raised over $200.
Clothing drive: Collected lightly used clothing around the neighborhood and donated clothes to thrift stores
Farmers Market: Sold snacks, merchandise, and jewelry at the Coppell Farmers Market and rose around $150 dollars.
Designed and sold our own merchandise
Dance Workout: Hosted multiple Bollywood dance workout classes in the communities of Coppell and raised around $200.