AIM for SEVA represents all that is good in us
This country (Canada) has given my family extraordinary opportunities. So have my roots in India which instilled in me early in life the meaning of Seva. AIM for SEVA represents all that is good in us – volunteerism, public service, modesty, cost efficiency in getting donor support directly to the recipients.
The vision of the founder appeals to me
The vision of the founder of AIM for SEVA, Swami Dayananda Saraswati, appeals to me. The organization has done “yeoman service all over India.” This is not just donating money. It is to ensure that what we give, reaches the most deserving and needy in India. Education surely elevates an individual to do good and support others in need. In this respect I have seen so very closely how AIM for SEVA volunteers in Canada are doing selfless work. I applaud them for that.
100 percent goes to Charity
The “100 percent goes to charity” model was very appealing. We have been involved with this charity and several others for a number of years. Hearing from them (friends who were previous donors), we knew we have finally found a charity we can trust and support. The cause itself is very important to us. Educating needy children is the best form of charity and goes a long way in making this world a better place.
I wanted a better life than mine for my son
After sending my son to AIM for SEVA, I could see great results in one month. When he came home for the holidays, we learnt that he has come first in his class! I wanted a better life than mine for my son. And it is coming true with the help of AIM for SEVA.
I would like to give back to the kids in the home
I consider myself lucky to have been associated with a home such as this one, where all the facilities required for education were available. I am forever indebted to the home. Whatever I have learnt, understood and read, is through the student home, and I would like to give back to the kids in the home – be it through education or otherwise.