Charities

Sangeet Saagar 2016

Sight Saving Academy India, Inc. 

Sight Saving Academy India, Inc. (SSAI) is a 501 (c) (3) registered non-for-profit organization that funds the Sundrani Charitable Eye Hospital (SCEH) in Agra, India.

This organization provides eye health services to underprivileged and impoverished individuals in order to combat the health disparities present in Agra’s vicinity. This 250-bed healthcare facility provides numerous eye health services, specifically to diagnose eye diseases and perform sight saving cataract, glaucoma, macular edema, etc. operations. asdfThe hospital also addresses patients with spectacle needs and provides children with appropriate supplementation, booster shots, etc. for early childhood blindness prevention. With just 20 US dollars, SSAI is able to perform a surgery and save someone’s eyesight. The administrative expense is ZERO. All donations go 100% for maintenance andservices in the eye hospital. All services are provided by professional volunteers and students.

Website: www.stopblindness.org

 

Sangeet Saagar 2015

Drive Education

Driven by the conviction that alogo (1) copyll students have the right to a high-quality education, Drive Education strives towards fulfilling the needs of local schools as they prepare their students for future success. Drive Education currently focuses on assisting Wake and Durham County Schools in North Carolina through fundraising events. With the continued support of the community, Drive Education aspires to inspire a positive change in lives of local students.

Website: http://www.driveeducationnc.com/

Ekal Vidyalaya Foundation
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The Ekal Vidyalaya Foundation is tax exempt, registered non-profit service organization dedicated to education and village development in rural India. Ekal’s philosophy is to take a holistic approach to social and economic development. The Ekal movement is the largest, grassroots, non-government education movement in India, operating in over 54,241 villages and educating over 1,500,291 children in rural India.

Website: http://www.ekal.org/