....Clear Fountain Press .......
ABN No: 17 131 065 051 - PO Box 7208
Canberra Business Centre ACT 2610 Australia
Publisher and distributor of thePegasus range of children's educational books.
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Since Clear Fountain Press began in 2008 we have donated one book to the children's charity CHILD RIGHTS AND YOU - cry.org for every ten books that we sell
cry.org are working to make sure children get their right to health, education, protection and participation.
This great NGO is devoted to achieving lasting change for millions of underprivileged children in India. CRY has grassroots projects across the sub-continent and the USA.
The founders of CRY chose not to fund a grassroots-level implementing organization working directly with and for underprivileged children. Instead, they opted to make CRY a channel or a link between the millions of individuals who could provide resources - not just money donations - and the thousands of dedicated fieldworker's who were struggling to function for lack of them. see wikipedia:
We are about to do a lot more for CRY as our sister company NITE School (TM) is about to launch - this is an online training provider in the Vocational Education and Training sector.
Clear Fountain and NITE school have just been invited to work with the Global Operations Division, and are now exploring the various ways of partnering together and extending our contributions.
This is an exciting development because it gives us a more ‘hands on' approach by working on a to a specific project (rather than just simply donating books).
This project is called SADHANA, and is working to ensure rights of children with disabilities in 20 villages in the Indian state of Orissa. It stands for the Society for Action in Health and Disability Awareness.
NB: In principal Clear Fountain does not ask or accept cash donations for CRY or any charity as we fund our committments through our own commercial activities. But any suggestions or comments are always appreciated.
Here's something you can do - currently we supply printed books to village classrooms such as graded readers and would like volunteers to simply read to the children and speak english to them in our electronic classroom - which you can access and work in from your computer at home.