What We Do

Vision and Mission:

In August of 2018, the beautiful Indian state of Kerala dubbed ‘God’s Own Land’ was hit by the worst floods of the century, affecting millions of people and causing billions of dollars in damage. Keralites, with the help and support of kind hearted humanitarians inside and outside the country, came out of that disaster with a strong resolve to redefine our destiny by standing shoulder to shoulder in rebuilding our state.

Many of us came together and contributed to the rebuilding efforts by identifying immediate needs and delivering practical help expeditiously. Then, we decided to keep going and find ways to continue donating our shared human capital and resources to better equip our communities to stay together and support each other in the face of future challenges- both material and ideological.

To that end, our mission is to identify, mobilize, and act on high impact initiatives to reshape the future of our society. We start by focusing on promoting education and equal opportunity for the underprivileged, with an eye for identifying longer term human capital and infrastructure initiatives that make our societies more resilient and self sustaining.

Mentoring
  • Purpose: Empowering the future generations of our nation
  • Approach: Mentoring younger generations to achieve their full potential on educational and career fronts by helping them tap into our collective human capital and that of our extended networks
Medical Support
  • Purpose: Cater to the immediate unaddressed health needs of the underprivileged
  • Approach: Crowdfunding of capital for urgent medical needs of eligible patients by connecting them with interested donors
Education
  • Purpose: Helping democratize education, with a focus on underprivileged communities
  • Approach: Crowdsourcing of resources (financial and other) required to support educational needs of eligible students
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