I am a Physics Teacher myself, I do teach some students from Kolkata, India, but mostly I teach online over internet to overseas students based in United Kingdom, Netherlands, United States of America and many more.
Apart from teaching them, I also teach various needy students who do not receive quality education either due to financial problems or otherwise. I am not alone today and have 11 more teachers with me to support this noble cause. We donate as much as we can.
I spend three-fourths of my earning (75%) for building up their infrastructures like Area rent, providing Study material to those 360 students whom I am teaching voluntarily. These students are based out in and around Kolkata at 4 different locations at the time of writing.
I do teach voluntarily to those 360 students ranging from class 7 to class 10 and issue them study materials. At present during the time of writing, the cost of issuing study materials per year to all those 360 students is around Rs. 3,31,200/- (360 students X 4 terms in an year X 230 pages mathematics and science combined X Rs. 1 per page) which accounts to $ 5260 approx.
Every week, we are receiving requests from new regions to start up free teaching to more needy kids but we are UNABLE to do so for shortage of funds (still now we have received requests from 12 more locations with 600 more students willing to do education, but we can not start and just telling them that surely we will, we do not know how we will).
So in view of above, I request you humbly to donate for a noble cause in any amounts which you can. Please remember, we need food daily, likewise those kids needs education daily as well.
Let us join hands together to strive for a better world, with education only, there is real probability, of erasing out crime as crime takes birth from ignorance. Once we are educated (to be in real sense to be precise) we are able to distinguish between right and wrong.
I will not stop teaching them, as those kids will not stop dreaming to be educated. So help those kids building infrastructures.