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Senior Citizens
Senior Citizen
Senior citizen is a common euphemism for an old person (referred to is retired).
This in turn usually implies that the person is over the retirement age, which varies according to country. Synonyms include old age pensioner or retiree. Some dictionaries describe widespread use of "senior citizen" for people over the age of 65.
When defined in an official context, senior citizen is often used for legal or policy-related reasons in determining who is eligible for certain benefits available to the age group.

It is used in general usage instead of traditional terms such as old person, old-age pensioner, or elderly as a courtesy and to signify continuing relevance of and respect for this population group as "citizens" of society, of senior rank.

In commerce, some businesses offer customers of a certain age a "senior discount". The age at which these discounts are available varies between 55, 60, 62 or 65, and other criteria may also apply. Sometimes a special "senior discount card" or other proof of age needs to be obtained and produced to show entitlement.

CSRidentity.com knows that there are people who just dont care senior citizens.
But it is amazing to see that people dont come to see their own biologocial parent who has expired and is about to be taken to crematorium.

Funding proposals by NGOs, corporates, funding agencies
Funding proposals can be from NGOs or government departments or corporates or funding agencies ...
To share your funding proposal, click here to read the details.
Funding proposals by CSR portals or CSR organisations are not accepted.

Purpose of the forum
Share government schemes (Central / State / UT / local district). Some schemes can be replicable in different countries in this world.
Share programmes of NGOs, corporates, funding agencies, philanthropists in any particular district of India or State / UT of India
Celebrities, Ad / PR agencies (campaigning) & media.
Just share programmes free but limit it to only 100 words because we know that people may not read too much information.
Share volunteering & various financial / nonfinancial donation opprtunities.
Interview NGOs, corporates, funding agencies ... and in Thane we will interview the concerned person affected by the issue (some may be in video format)
Share news, success stories, failure points ...
We are clear that only governments can not support social issues.

How to see the content of the issue
Use the dropdown at the top and it shares issues, subissues, States / UTs of India and districts of India plus the news , interviews , awards  , success stories , failure points plus how to get district / country / global visibility, access to countrywise corporates / funding agencies (one can access only corporates / funding agency , see interviews in their country. We also have a facility, where one can see interviews from any country.

Who supports the issue or can support the issue
It can be a corporate, philanthropist, funding agency, product, ad / PR agency or any individual or organisation involved in the issue.
CSRidentity.com will share the banner of the financial sponsor of the issue on top of every page of that issue & the banner link can go to sponsor's portal or product page.
And yes, it is the only image banner in this issue folder. Its almost like a patent of global visibility for the organisation.

And as per our editorial policy, programmes of every NGO / corporate / funding agency or any individual or organisation will be shared (only 100 words) free and some of these organisations can be competitors of the sponsor. Of course, the editorial is clear that no programme content will share the name of any product. (Yes, we will share names of companies not names products)
If a corporate or any institution wants to create or enhance the brand, they can do it in their country forum or may make it a global brand.