CCDT

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tranforming lives since 1990

Committed Communities Development Trust has actively addressed deprivation and marginalization of communities and children in the slums of Mumbai and its suburbs, transforming over two million lives. We believe that every child should have a complete childhood. Our duty is to provide support to children so they can reach their optimum potential.

  • our history

    How we began. Hear from our founder

  • our programs

    We focus on four key areas: Maternal & Child Health and Nutrition, HIV/AIDS, Adolescent Empowerment and Child Protection

  • our impact

    Pioneers in enhancing the health of marginalized and vulnerable communities

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Here's how you can get involved.

  • GET INFORMED

    learn more about the issues we care about

  • SHARE YOURSELF

    got time or a talent to share? volunteer with us

  • GOODWILL GESTURES

    see how your contribution can help us do more

our CURRENT donors

on the back of giants

  • unicef Logo since 1992
  • tata-Trusts Logo since 2015
  • plan-International Logo since 2006
  • kewalramani-foundation Logo since 2003
  • estee-lauder Logo since 2010
  • cox-&-kings Logo since 2011
  • childline-india-foundation Logo since 2008
  • bajaj-finserv Logo since 2016
  • armman Logo since 2015

updates

hear from the communities we serve

  • Notes from the Founder…

    08 Aug 2017
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    The celebration of CCDT’s silver jubilee year is also an opportunity for us to stop, think and look back on our journey of the past 25 years. We started in 1990, with communities that were hitherto not even visited, with people that lived on the fringes, devoid of access to the most basic of services. We started with nothing –...

  • CELEBRATING RAKSHA BANDHAN…. Nurturing Relationships

    06 Aug 2017
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    It was a day filled with emotions, when both, brothers from Aakaar & Umang and sisters from Ankur-Asmita got together to celebrate their day of bonding and love. The celebration took place at Aakaar, Khandala, where an entire day’s programme was planned by both the centres. A variety of sweets were prepared by the girls from Ankur-Asmita for their brothers...

  • Children’s Sports Day

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    CCDT’s children from two crisis intervention centers participated in a summer sports camp from 3 – 12 May 2017 that was designed to build fundamental skills in leadership and basic techniques of sports like Football and Hockey. The idea behind these games was to ensure the boys learned to work as a team to achieve their goals. Group discussions at...