I just got around to seeing Slumdog Millionaire last weekend, and was left feeling pretty miserable about the lives of children in India. So I was pleased to receive this press release today from CAFAmerica, an organization that helps foundations and individuals direct their international philanthropy wisely.

Apparently the movie has sparked a surge in donor interest in children’s and poverty issues in India, for groups like Railway Children, SOS Children’s Villages of India and others.

Great to see the response to this movie.


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