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Transform a Child
Our Mission: Take complete care of the children’s educational and healthcare needs through Free Student Homes
All India Movement for Seva (AIM-S) has a mission to transform society by caring for the remote and poor children of India by taking complete care of the educational and healthcare needs of underserved children. This is a unique movement, unique in its scope and vast in its scale. We are not aware of institutions that take complete responsibility for families in remote areas of India by providing their children with shelter, schooling, healthcare and value based education for a sustained period. Your donations truly transform young lives, and in turn their families, villages and the society at large. Thus our motto: Sponsor a child. Transform a life. Take the child to the finish line.
Since its inception, AIM-S has raised funds through your generous contributions and is helping 3,500 students across 16 states in India. It is noteworthy that the graduation rate of these children in public board exams is 95%; A phenomenal achievement, thanks to the efforts of the children and the environment created by the caregivers! AIM-S has been awarded the Platinum Certificate by Guidestar India among 5,000 similar charitable organizations.We are particularly thankful to donors from the Bay Area for your generous support and trust in us, making us the #1 center for raising funds in the world. Last year, we funded over 250 students in 7 centers for the full year. In addition, we have sponsored new Free Student Homes (FSHs).
May I please ask you for your contribution to this well-defined, well-deserving, and well-run program. You have the option of designating your funds to 1) Build a brand new FSH, perhaps in the honor or memory of loved ones, 2) Sponsor a child in one of the 7 FSHs adopted by the Bay Area or 3) Sponsor children in any designated FSH of your choice.
See more about FSHs adopted by Bay Area