Partners

Partners are an important factor to our success. They help us bring new ideas, new projects and new perspective to our activities. They also help us create awareness of our mission and help further our goal of providing a good quality of life for every human being. We are currently engaged with the following partners:

  • Asha for Education

    The University of Florida chapter of Asha For Education, a non-profit organization which focuses on promoting basic education in India, partially supports many of our educational endeavors.

  • Friends of Payir

    Friends of Payir is a non-profit organization that works to support grassroots initiatives for development of villages in need. We work out of Boston, Massachusetts. We strive to help various grass-root organizations, with funds, books, clothing, medicine, diagnostic supplies and equipment, computers, audio-visual equipment and connecting local volunteers and organizations with the various grass-root organizations operating in the villages.

  • eVidyaloka

    eVidyaloka is a not for profit organization registered under the Trusts Act, focuses on transforming the education landscape in the rural and remote regions of the India. We strive to achieve this by involving the local communities to own the digital class rooms, inspire and empower the volunteers to contribute back, from wherever they are, by providing standardized lesson plans and teaching aids for a consistent learning experience to the children. Our focus is to improve the learning outcome of the children who participate through our Digital class rooms, established in the remote locations and ensure that they “understand and apply the concepts of their respective standards in their regular curriculum subjects”.

  • Tufts

    Tufts is recognized as a premier university dedicated to educating new leaders for a changing world. Superb teaching and world-class research equip graduates to address multi-faceted challenges around the globe.

  • Paul K. Feyerabend Foundation

    The Paul K. Feyerabend Foundation, a Swiss organization that promotes the empowerment and well being of disadvantaged human communities, is funding a part of our Sacred Groves project for rejuvenating community forests in Thenur.