Changing the world one letter at a time

  • Letters received


  • Children


  • Age

    Up to 17 years

We encourage children to write a letter on an issue that they think can change their lives.

YOU can make a difference! Your generosity will make sure that the voices of children are heard by the right people.

For every donation you make, we bring you the best of both worlds! You contribute in making a positive influence along with reaping tax benefits.

What is Letters for Change?

Letters for Change (LFC) is an initiative by children for children.

It is a movement that aims to create a world where every child can speak up!

LFC is an entirely student-run initiative that helps children to build confidence to express themselves through handwritten letters.

With our inclusive culture, we aspire to create a safe space where children are free to communicate their ideas and opinions without any fear.

How the Story Unfolded

It all began with a letter to Mr. Anand Mahindra from an 11-year-old girl named Mahika Mishra. The letter expressed her concern over noise pollution. Mr. Anand Mahindra was so impressed by her letter that he tweeted it and it swiftly went viral. Many news sites covered it and praised her for her suggestion.

Mahika was happy and proud, but she also had a question in her mind: “If one letter can create a difference, then what if every child like me wrote a letter?” She wanted to create a platform where kids could write letters to anyone who could help them with their problems. She wanted to empower them to use their voice to change their lives and others.

That’s how LFC was born. A platform that encourages children to be changemakers, one letter at a time.


Read the letters to know what children think about various issues which impact their lives.
Impactful Letters

Letters received under LFC hold the potential to bring change in the society. They are capable of impacting the world.

Letter of the week
Letter of the month

The way we work

We at Letters for Change are guided by 4 cornerstones!
Only hand-written letters are encouraged.
Children are free to write on any topic they want.
Children have the freedom to use any format they like.
A No-Competition environment among children is promoted.

Write your first letter today!

Financial Report (Annual)

Letters Recieved