Teacher Volunteering

Social Internship


Employee/Corporate Volunteer



Campus Ambassador


Voltour is a unique volunteering initiative designed for passionate young individuals from around the world who are eager to explore the realities of grassroots communities and actively contribute to the achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Our program is carefully curated to inspire and empower individuals to engage in noble deeds that directly address the needs of vulnerable and marginalized communities, ultimately enhancing societal well-being. Voltour offers a certificate and rewards-based program that equips young minds with practical field knowledge, administrative skills, and project management expertise through hands-on involvement in action research projects aligned with the UN SDGs.

Actions : What we do

At Voltour, we believe that volunteering is a two-way street: as you work towards uplifting communities and making a positive impact, you also gain invaluable knowledge, skills, and personal growth. Join us on this transformative journey, where you can create lasting change while simultaneously developing yourself as a compassionate and empowered global citizen.


Employee/ corporate Volunteer Program is a remarkable initiative that embodies the spirit of corporate social responsibility and employee engagement. At its core, this program fosters collaboration among employees, encouraging them to leverage their unique skills and talents for a noble cause. This collaborative effort not only benefits the community but also strengthens the bonds within the team, creating a sense of unity and shared purpose among employees.

One of the program's outstanding features is its emphasis on recognizing and harnessing the exceptional skills and talents of your workforce. By showcasing these diverse abilities, your organization not only contributes to a charitable cause but also highlights the wealth of talent within its ranks, fostering a culture of appreciation and empowerment.

The impact of this joint effort is palpable in the community. Through their volunteer work, your team members make a meaningful and positive difference, aligning your company with important philanthropic goals and enhancing its social responsibility. This not only benefits the community but also enhances your company's reputation as a socially conscious organization.

The certificates of recognition awarded to program participants serve as powerful tokens of appreciation. They symbolize the commitment and dedication of your employees to effecting positive change in society, motivating them to continue their involvement in community service and reinforcing a culture of giving back.


Internships at Ladli present a unique opportunity for those ready to step out of their comfort zone and gain a deeper understanding of real-world challenges. While learning and growth are integral to the experience, we aim to leave interns with a lasting sense of positivity and empathy. If you possess an open mind, a positive attitude, and a strong desire to learn and make a difference, you are welcome to embark on this unforgettable journey with us.


At Ladli Foundation, we prioritize the practical experiences and knowledge gained by our interns over monetary compensation. We encourage our interns to focus on acquiring sustainable and practical knowledge that will lead to better career opportunities. Join us in making a difference.


The Ladli Research Action Fellowship is a shining beacon in the tapestry of India, where knowledge, skills, and passion converge to craft a brighter future for Bharat. This visionary program acknowledges the immense, untapped potential of youth as catalysts for change within India's intricate socioeconomic and cultural landscape.

Much like a conductor guiding an orchestra, the Ladli Research Action Fellowship orchestrates a 52- week journey of growth. It empowers participants with a harmonious blend of wisdom, capabilities, and a service-oriented mindset. Each passing week becomes a melodic expedition for the fellows as they refine their skills, expand their knowledge, and embrace their roles as change agents.


In the underprivileged segments of Indian society, women often face numerous health challenges that profoundly impact their well-being. Anemia, unwanted pregnancies, UTIs, STDs, STIs, cancer, and HIV are among these challenges, affecting their physical and mental health. To address this pressing issue, the SAHELI: A Women's Health Fellowship program was conceived.

This program aims to sensitize women to these health concerns and create a community of female volunteers equipped with the necessary skills to promote primary healthcare knowledge among those who lack access to it. Selected fellows receive comprehensive training on women's health issues from expert professionals on a weekly basis. This training equips them with the knowledge and skills to become valuable sources of information for their local communities. The fellows play a pivotal role in raising awareness about these health challenges among women residing in nearby slums. Leveraging their training, they sensitize and educate these women on the importance of preventative care and early detection. The overarching goal of the fellowship is to empower young women to become health facilitators for those residing in slums and underserved areas. By nurturing this cadre of female volunteers, the program seeks to address the critical need for accessible and accurate healthcare information in underprivileged communities. This initiative aims to reduce the burden of preventable health issues and promote the overall well-being of these women.


In 2022, the Ladli Foundation collaborated with the Delhi Government to conduct a health survey among marginalized students aged 10 to 17 in Delhi. The survey assessed malnutrition using data like height, weight, and age, analysed by the World Health Organization's Anatropous software. The results classified students into two groups: "red" (severe malnutrition) with 351,075 students and "orange" (moderate malnutrition) with 429,156 students. Recognizing the urgency of the situation, the Delhi Government partnered with the Ladli Foundation Trust to combat malnutrition in government schools.

This program tackled key challenges through three core components. Firstly, it introduced nutritional supplementation for students through 10-minute healthy snack breaks during school hours. Secondly, it provided nutritional diet counselling to students, teachers, and parents. Thirdly, it maintained regular height and weight records to ensure accurate monitoring of student growth. These interventions were meticulously designed to address existing gaps in ongoing initiatives, incorporating elements of behavioural change to foster lasting improvements in health status. By garnering support from the community, local institutions, government, and technology, Ladli aimed to bring about fundamental and enduring changes in the field of malnutrition.

The role and responsibility of the Ladli Research Action Fellowship are central to these transformative endeavours. It involves empowering and training young women to become health facilitators, enabling them to play a vital role in addressing health challenges like malnutrition within marginalized communities. Their crucial role includes disseminating accurate healthcare information, fostering behavioural change, and contributing to the overall well-being of the communities they serve.

Campus Ambassador

In this capacity, the campus ambassador takes on the role of a project manager, overseeing all aspects of the project independently at their campus. The campus ambassador plays a pivotal role in representing and championing a particular organization, program, or initiative within their educational institution. This multifaceted role encompasses various responsibilities geared towards skilfully communicating the organization's mission and principles on the campus. The following outlines key tasks associated with the campus ambassador's role.