Student Ambassadors

Young People are Stepping up for Children from Disadvantaged Communities

In January of 2021, Miracle Foundation India launched an initiative to engage students. Our Student Ambassador program is a 7-week campaign of social impact and leadership training. Team building, fundraising, marketing, time management, and mentorship from our professional development staff. It’s the stuff that future leaders are made of!

Our main goal is to empower children to reach their full potential. As a student ambassador, you will spread awareness and raise money to make this possible for orphan & children from disadvantaged communities. You will come up with creative ways to fundraise and reach friends, family, and the community, sharing stories and the importance of helping these children. Through this, you will gain important leadership, communication, and advocacy skills. Most importantly, you will be helping children to continue their studies through remote education, and harness the power to change their lives.

Arhana Sethi, student of class 11th at Shri Ram School Aravali in Delhi, led the first 49-day campaign, forming a team of 7 fellow students to help orphaned & children from disadvantaged communities continue their education during Covid through internet-enabled tablets. They raised ₹ 3,28,603 to give access to education to 60 children from disadvantaged communities. They were able to reach more than 61 individuals who now have a new understanding and knowledge of the most vulnerable. We do not doubt that you can do the same!

To see these young leaders raising their voices and using their skills to improve the lives of children they may never meet is more than another fundraiser for us. These young children are examples of the very best we are all capable of when we put our compassion into action. We could not be more proud of them.

By being a Miracle India student ambassador, you are joining a community of advocates and fighters for children’s rights. The only thing different between you and these children is the circumstance, and you have the power to help change that.


  • Valuable leadership skills
  • Team building
  • Foster a sense of community with like-minded
  • Students, community members, and business
  • Leaders
  • Boost your resume and college applications
  • Mentorship
  • Volunteer Hours
  • Make a social impact
  • Be an integral advocate for children from disadvantaged communities

Experience this program and see how you can bring the Miracle Foundation India Student Ambassador program to your school/ college.

Note: At this time, we are not accepting applications for this program to college and school students in India. For our International leaders, please consider launching a fundraiser for Miracle Foundation IndiaHERE

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The UN Rights of the Child
are at the heart of everything we do. We work hand-in-hand with local leaders and families to activate each of these rights so children can reach their full potential.

Our work is centered around the United Nations’ Convention on the Rights of the Child, which India ratified on 11 December 1992. The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (commonly abbreviated as the CRC or UNCRC) is an international human rights treaty which sets out the civil, political, economic, social, health and cultural rights of children all over the world. The convention defines a child as any human being under the age of eighteen.

photo: Beth Jansen