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15 states. 100+ Free Student Homes. 3600+ children.
Our alumni, after graduating from school, primarily go on to further education or training.
Our donors, supporters, students, staff, and others have a lot to say about AIM for Seva!
From humble beginnings more than a decade ago, AIM for Seva has now established its presence in over 15 states;
The All India Movement (AIM) for Seva is a NGO involved in providing value-based education to rural and tribal children across India.
Our story began in 2000 with a deep understanding of rural India’s problems: be it the commuting long distances to schools, domestic pressure or lack of extra-curricular activities in education. We thus proposed a unique solution that has now brought the school to the child’s doorstep: AIM for Seva Free Student Hostels (FSH) is a residential facility in proximity to the schools. This enables for easy access, enhancing the quality of education through tuitions, providing life skills and an environment that is conducive to learning. All these facilities are provided at no cost to the students including boarding, lodging, books, uniforms, school fees and more. AIM for Seva is entirely supported by corporate and individual donors.
“AIM for Seva has helped these students to be more organized in the day-to-day activities. They are more hygiene conscious and have a career ambition. These children are from very poor families; they dream of becoming a doctor and engineer in their lives. The FSH has bestowed them a belief that they can achieve anything in life.”
“The benefits of daily practice of yoga and prayers on young minds are apparent. These children grow up more disciplined and respectful of elders. Such a value-based education prepares responsible citizens for the nation.”
I have lot of goals in life and career. Without Aim for Seva’s support I would never be in a position to dream or aspire.
“We wake up at 4:30 a.m. in the morning. We study for a while, get ready and leave for school. Some of us study in other schools so we take the school bus, “explains Revathi a 6th Grader.