Impact

In the past 4 years, we have trained 300 fellows who have reached out to 1500+ volunteers. They have together filed over 6500+ complaints and created awareness among 25000+ citizens to solve the civic issues in Mumbai.

CCF was voted as the 2nd best initiative at The World Forum for Democracy 2014, France by around 600 delegates present at the Forum.

Our Alumni says..

Siddhi Bhingarde, Fellow 2017 April July
Government Law College

” I started with being very quiet, not expressing my views in front of  other people. Surveying my colony, meeting the official, interacting with people in my area helped me gain faith in myself, the community and feel good about myself.
The best part is, I haven’t stopped here. I carry this behavior with confidence along with me, wherever I go.”

Ravi Jaiswal, Fellow 2016-17
Nirmala Niketan college of Social Work

“It was an amazing experience wherein I polished my limitations and learned to be flexible. In this life where people race for money, I understood how important human relationships are than money while connecting with the community”

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Vijeta Mishra
SIES Arts & Sci College, Fellow 2015 – 2016

“BRM has made me capable to understand my potential and also improved my communication skill. Every session helped me to know what qualities I lacked and also helped me to overcome them.

It was a wonderful experience.It has brought a positive change in not only social life, college but precisely is in my personal life. With a being a fellow of CCF my perception towards the society and my decision making has changed.”

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Deepak Pasi
S.I.W.S. College, Fellow 2014-15

“CCF has helped me to develop leadership qualities like public speaking, communication Skill, and working with team. It also provided us knowledge about the civic system.

It has helped me to improve in all the fields (Career, Personal Relation, Social, College, and NSS Unit). Being a part of CCF I was able to solve the problem faced by the city, I will continue to call 1916 as and when I see a civic complaint.”

 

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Kejal Savla
Jai Hind College, Fellow 2013-14 and Current Program Lead-CCF

“Creating shift by moving from Stand to Court has been my most important learning in this journey with CCF and BRM!

CCF nourishes the potential in young individuals by developing the much needed life skills. It fills the gap current classroom education lacks. It makes them responsible citizens who can create ripples in their own possible ways.

One such change story is of a fellow who initially used to stutter and avoid talking and now enthusiastically facilitates circles in CCF and other places”

Kejal was selected as the only Youth Representative of India among the 75 youth delegates from 57 countries at The World Forum for Democracy 2015, France.