Projects in India
Since June 2016, we have provided over 16,000 healthy meals to underprivileged children.
We have funded over 200 underserved children with educational programs.
Continuing to serve in India
While were are coordinating efforts in America, we have also been coordinate several projects in India. Efforts to spread and educate the population and raise money for hygiene, especially during this crisis, has been accomplished due to your efforts as we thank you for your contributions. Below are some of the projects that we have in India.
Sadhana Sangama Vidalaya
Sadhana Sangama Vidyalaya is a non-profit charitable organization in Bengaluru, India. Its vision is to create happy, harmonious society through holistic education and health for people from all walks of life. We at Ummid A Hope have supported mid-day meals for 450 plus kids once a month. Ummid has already funded for smart classes K-10th for the students of Sadhana Sangama Vidyalaya.
The Hari Om Trust, their main objective is facilitating social and spiritual service through LOVE-SERVE-DEVOTE. They support through volunteer services all people and children in need irrespective of their caste, creed, or status. Ummid A Hope partners with this trust to support 25 girls with their college education. We are proud to announce that the batch of 25 girls in 2021 will receive their college degrees!
Hari Om Trust
Supplies for RBKS
The Rajasthan Bal Kalyan Project located in Udaipur Rajasthan cares for 50 orphan girls with their overall child developmental programs all year round. Their goal is to teach the girls life skills and provide them with education, and a better environment. Ummid A Hope provides them with school supplies, clothing, footwear, technology, and arranges with fun filled outings yearly.We also funded a new computer lab on behalf of Ummid A Hope and we also celebrates all sorts of annual festivals along with birthday celebrations with the children.
During the Covid pandemic, Ummid A Hope has stepped up to provide 7500 food packets to children and families of daily wage earners and migrant workers that have no income stream during Covid-19.
Youth Council for Development
YCDA is an organization that prepares underdeveloped youth for the future. At Ummid A Hope, we are fortunate enough to fund 2500 hygiene kits and masks in the poverty stricken district of Orissa. Encouraging sanitary practices such as the use of the mask is the least that Ummid A Hope can do. In this project, we have donated over 10,000 masks.