Welcome to Wellspring

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Working Hours
Monday - Friday 09:00AM - 17:00PM
Saturday - Sunday CLOSED
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Teach children about their rights.


As an Intern/ Volunteer

We offer flexible and adjustable timings/ tenures as per the need of an intern from a college/ university or a volunteer on personal interest. The minimum period of an internship is 30 working days in a year. Depending on the nature of the work, an interim/ volunteer may have to come to our office or work from home or travel to different places for groundwork implementation of project CACA.


All interns/ volunteers must at least be graduate or doing graduation from a college/ university in courses like Social Work/ Psychology/ Social Science/ Gender Studies/ Philosophy/ Law/ Statistic/ Computers. One must be able to provide a signed request letter from your college/university if wanting internship as a need from the college; if wanting to join as per personal interest and to gain experience, an application should be submitted in a format prescribed by us.


We have provision to pay honorariums and reimbursements on agreed upon expenses like travel, etc one would incur during the course of working with us.

For Internship/ Volunteering Call

  • Riju Gulati (Project Coordinator) –  9910705101
  • Maitrayi Mishra (Content Coordinator) –  9205488403


  • Conducting awareness workshops on Gender Equality, Child Rights, CSA, Peer Pressure, Bullying, POCSO, JJA for school teachers/ non-teaching staff/ parents.
  • Advocacy in schools, various govt. organisations and NGOs.
  • Digitalization of various components of project CACA.
  • Social Media Marketing.
  • Forum – Moderation/ Replies.
  • Mapping of content.
  • Translation of content in Indian Regional Languages.
  • Content assessment at stake-holders’ end.

Past Interns / Volunteers

Drishti Agarwal

Drishti was a team member of Project CACA for 2016-17. She is currently pursuing her Master’s in Social Work from Delhi School of Social Work, University of Delhi. She previously holds a Bachelor’s in Political Science from Miranda House, Delhi University. Apart from learning and understanding about the issues faced by children, in her brief experience of working as a School Social Work Intern, Drishti encountered a lack of mechanism and awareness around children’s safety. As a student of Social Work, Drishti takes a keen interest in working and understanding several issues pertaining to our society. She has previously worked on the issues of Migrant Labourers, Beggary and Destitution. She believes in our vision of building a better and safer environment for children.

Kritii Tikku

Kritii was a team member of Project CACA for 2016-17. She is an engineer, who found her calling in Social work while working with underprivileged children as a volunteer with Make a Difference. During that phase of her life, she realized how vulnerable children are and how important it is to step up and deliver where the system has failed to do so. She is currently pursuing her Master’s in Social Work from the University of Delhi. She has on the ground experience of working with children, intellectually disabled, refugees and tribes. She is passionate about working closely with the issues children are facing today. She firmly believes that all children should be able to live their lives free of undue stress and violence, and SAI represents the possibility of making this happen for the children at risk.

Jasmeen Sood

Jasmeen was a team member of Project CACA for 2016. An inspiring child counsellor, she has completed her bachelor’s and Master’s in psychology and currently is pursuing advance diploma from Jamia Millia Islamia University. She is easy going, sporty and a dog lover. She also plays basketball for her University.

As a Sponsor

We solicit for sponsorship under CSR (corporate social responsibility) from companies that believe in “The National Policy for Children 1974, Government of India, declares that the children are the ‘supreme asset of the nation’ and we believe empowerment of children can be the single most impactful step that can be taken to challenge and face the issue.”

The sponsorship is required for the following categories of work.

1. Digitalization of project CACA
2. Events like workshops for stakeholders on CSA, Consensus Building, etc
3. Conducting Surveys
4. R&D
5. Translation of project CACA in various Indian regional languages
6. Implementation of project CACA in Govt. and Budget Private Schools.

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