Reported By:| Edited By: DNA Web Team |Source: DNA Web Desk |Updated: Aug 18, 2022, 04:53 PM IST

Make a Difference (MAD), a leading Indian NGO for underprivileged children is collaborating with AB De Villiers, a former South African international cricketer, to help underprivileged children realize their career potential.

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AB de Villiers, who has captained South Africa in all three cricketing formats and played for Royal Challengers Bangalore, has signed up to volunteer his time for Make a Difference (MAD). The NGO is working with children in need of care and protection in India and has developed a prosperity model working with children from the age of 10 up until they turn 28 years of age and settle down in life with stable income levels.

Commenting on the association, AB De Villiers said, “India has been incredibly kind to me over the years, and I am always looking for ways to give something back. I am happy to be associ

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