top of page
group.jpg

ABout us

Learn ABOUT US

WARRIOR WITHOUT CAUSE

educational.jpg

Warriors Without Cause  is a PAN India youth-led registered NGO under Indian Trusts Act, 1882 aiming to spread sensitisation towards charity and helping others. The organization’s motto being "we don't need a cause to make a change."

Our core philosophy centers around empowering individuals to become self-sufficient in the long term, and we achieve this by working directly in underserved slum communities. Our multifaceted approach includes a wide range of initiatives, such as organizing medical camps, conducting educational workshops, distributing essential items like sanitary pads, food, clothing, books, and stationery. We also provide access to electricity, establish sanitary facilities, offer employment opportunities, and extend support to improve the overall quality of life for those in need.

With a dedicated team of over 300 warriors spread across various cities in India, including Noida, Jammu, Chandigarh, Delhi, Dehradun, and Mumbai, we are committed to creating positive change and leaving a lasting impact on the lives of the underprivileged.

Meet our BOARD OF TRUST

team.png

Anusha Attree

Khushi Singh

Bhavini Singh

Vanshika Mehta

Founder Trustee

Founder Trustee

Founder Trustee

Founder Trustee

EMPATHY

WWC recognizes the importance of empathy in building a more compassionate and connected society. 

We may offer training programs, and resources designed to help individuals cultivate empathy.

SEWA

WWC encourages individuals to engage in acts of sewa as a means of personal growth and community betterment. They may organize volunteer opportunities, community service projects, and outreach programs

SKILL

DEVELOPMENT

WWC offers skill development programs and training opportunities to empower individuals with practical skills that can enhance their personal & Professional Growth

INCLUSIVE

ENVIRONMENT

WWC is committed to creating an inclusive workplace where people from diverse backgrounds are welcome and valued. Everyone has equal opportunities for employment and growth within the organization.

Aditi Shandilya, Volunteer

Since becoming a part of WWC, I've witnessed tremendous personal growth. Watching those children laugh, dance, and embrace life with so little has been a profound lesson. They have next to nothing, yet they radiate happiness. In contrast, I have been blessed with so much, yet I often fail to appreciate it.

 

Through my involvement with WWC, I've come to understand that true happiness doesn't reside in success, wealth, or fame; it resides within us. I want to express my heartfelt gratitude for founding WWC, an NGO that doesn't just provide assistance but also offers healing.. This organization has mended something within me that was never even broken. 

bottom of page