Asha for Education Proposal Submission


Asha for Education is a 100% volunteer-driven organization that aims to catalyze socio-economic change in India through the education of under-privileged children. Asha for Education was founded in the fall of 1991 by a group of students who understood the importance of education and the need to provide such opportunities for the underprivileged. Today, the organization has 66 chapters world-wide supporting more than 200 projects annually across the length and breadth of India.

More details about Asha for Education can be found at www.ashanet.org.

The proposal submitted here will be kept on record for ONE YEAR from the date of submission for ALL our chapters to review. If any chapter is interested in your project, they will contact you for more details. Please refrain from sending us emails asking for updates. Due to the high volume of proposals we get, we are unable to respond to all such queries.

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