ILP - Washington DC Chapter FAQs
- What is the ILP-DC Chapter?
ILP DC Chapter is the Washington DC chapter of India Literacy Project (ILP)
which is a registered non-profit organization dedicated to making India 100% literate.
ILP DC Chapter primarily seeks to actively support, host various activities in
Washington DC / Northern Virginia and Maryland region.
- What are the long term goals of the ILP-DC Chapter?
ILP DC Chapter long term goals[2-3 years] include effectively organizing
activities/events periodically which would serve following sub-goals:
• Create awareness for the literacy movement in India.
• Raise funds for literacy projects in India.
• Collaborate with other local non-profit organizations.
• Provide platform for interaction between donors and NGOs.
- What are the current short term goals of the ILP-DC Chapter?
The current short term goal (1 year) is to form a small but highly motivated team of
people who could work towards the long term goals of ILP DC. This team is likely to be
highly dynamic in nature since it is a volunteer driven organization and thus among the many
challenges the team has the most important of all would be to make itself self-sustainable.
- How can I contribute to the ILP-DC Chapter?
There are various ways in which you can contribute:
• By making tax exempt donations.
• By volunteering your time and skills to help us realize our mission.
writing to us and sharing your ideas, thoughts & suggestions.
ILP DC Chapter always like to know about what you have to say and immensely values your opinion.
- How do I find out more about ILP?
Please visit the main ILP website for more information.
You can also download and print the ILP brochure (pdf file) for a summarized
overview of ILP. For more FAQs about the India Literacy Project, please visit ILP FAQs
- How can I be a part of ILP-DC Chapter?
Write to us,
or if you have any other questions please feel free to contact:
Rajesh Chandran at 703-772-0737
- What makes ILP different from other similar organizations?
ILP-USA is entirely composed of volunteers. Since htere are no administrative expenses,
all fund collected make it to India to support the literacy projects.