Please give generously. Just $500 transforms a child’s life for a whole year.


Leave a legacy by sponsoring a new FSH construction

With a $100K donation, drive the construction of a new facility and change the lives of a village and district around it. Shortlist of possible sites with great need have already been identified.  All detailed logistics and procedures will be handled by well-organized teams, to make the process easy.  See this Page for more details.

Excellent Opportunities for Leaving a Family Legacy 2022

AIM for Seva (AIMS)is offering attractive options for leaving legacies for our loved ones. Until now, AIMS has focused on building “Chatralaya” Free Student Homes in remote areas to housing young children free of cost for several years until they become young adults. Over 100 have been built and a dozen more are being constructed. In addition, we have built two large “Vidyalaya” complexes. These complexes consist of high school, even a college, free housing for boys and girls, technology center and fleet of buses to bring day scholars from as far as 30 miles. The result is a much bigger impact on a larger community. 3 more such complexes, in Karnataka, in Uttarakhand and in Maharashtra are now fully funded and construction has begun as of April 2022.  See thisVidyalaya Presentation for details

Bay Area donors are pledging very generously, and have sponsored several of the projects within these Vidyalayas already, so join the team.


The following 3 Vidyalaya (school) projects are now fully funded and construction has just begun

Appeal for Medical Supplies and Covid support in India (early 2022) was a success

AIM for Seva transforms the lives of children in rural India through its chatralaya, or free student homes, which provide a loving, nurturing environment and access to value-based education, quality health care, and life-enriching cultural, spiritual and recreational programming.

Our coordinators across India continue to provide relief supplies, groceries and essential items to the migrant workers, elderly, unemployed and other people from the economically weaker sections of the society.
The need for food and safety essentials to distribute fresh food and grocery essentials to people in locked down area worked well.  A donation of just $25 provided a grocery kit to feed a family of five for a month. Feed 10 families with a $250 donation or 20 families with a $500 donation.

Please see this video clip of our efforts.
See this Newsletter of recent efforts
Also latest NEWS about all other activities, including “Feed Rural India

Partnership with Sewa International and Rotary International for Covid, Oxygen delivery 2020-2021 programs 

Sewa International is a faith-based, humanitarian, nonprofit service organization since 1989 and is active in 20 countries. Sewa serves humanity irrespective of race, color, religion, gender or nationality. We specialize in disaster relief and rehabilitation. Our development programs focus on family services; child, tribal and refugee welfare; women empowerment; health; and education.  Please see the attached image for progress and longer term plans.Together we are teaming together for COVID relief in India and in the U.S. through local, community-based charities. Please do what you can to help the people who need our help.  More information about the Sewa Intl Project

AIM for Seva Also partnered with Rotary International in its efforts to provide a longer-term solution for the people of India through the building of oxygen generators. Matching grant funds were leveraged and added to your $30,000 in total donations, resulting in the $120,000 investment needed to build an oxygen generation plant to serve a 200-bed hospital in the city of Coimbatore, India


CURRENT SITUATION in Challenging times – Mid 2021

First and foremost, thank you for your kind support of the life-transforming work of AIM for Seva. Your generous contribution is impacting the most disadvantaged children of rural India, allowing them to discover their interests, pursue their dreams, and realize their full potential.  We want to keep you informed of the situation in this most challenging times.

  • 95% of the 4,000 students living in our 104 chatralayas (free student homes) have returned to their family homes and are safe & healthy. We keep in touch with them on a regular basis.
  • We continue to provide on-line education to our students where applicable until school re opens later this year.
  • We provided food and supplies to thousands of migrant workers, in rural India, during the pandemic situation.
  • Here in USA, we partnered with SEWA International in providing non-medical help such as donating masks to healthcare professionals, delivering groceries for senior citizens, providing travel & accommodations to stranded visitors and psychological counseling to many who needed our help during these challenging times.

As a valued donor, we want you to know how your contribution is being invested and the difference it’s making …


  • We educate 9,000 children per year in our 104 chatralayas and 7 educational institutions across 16 states of India and 90% of our students graduate from high school.
  • Our 6 health care facilities serve 150,000 patients annually, from common ailments to performing surgery.
  • We serve 5 million meals (anna dānam) each year and invest 80,000 hours in shaping the life of a child through our value-based education (vidya dānam).
  • Our work has impacted over 20 million lives across 2,300 villages over the last 20 years of our seva.


  • Twelve more chatralayas (free student homes) are under construction, with completion set for 2021.
  • Three residential school campuses (vidyalayas) are planned, with each campus comprising of a high school and a boys’ & girls’ hostel as part of our five-year plan, with a long-term strategy of such campuses in every state of India.
  • This unprecedented and innovative approach will allow us to increase our reach within rural India and bring our comprehensive care and proven value-based curriculum to a greater number of underprivileged children.

Your continued support is needed now more than ever as we work to deepen our reach and have an even greater impact on the children we serve.  We have earned Charity Navigator’s highest star rating for the fourth consecutive year, demonstrating our strong financial health and commitment to accountability and transparency.