AIM for Seva

Food for thought

The recent pandemic outbreak has forced many people to go back to their roots and find preventive cure in traditional herbs. There is also a renewed interest towards traditional food…

Shaping Up: How value-education and cultural validation shaped a tribal girl from the hills

A.Poovizhi joined the Bhavani Arun AIM for Seva Chatralayam for Girls, Chinnasalem, Tamil Nadu in 2015 when she was in Class 11 and 16 years of age. She hails from…

Academic Spotlight: Corona Crushers

Over 90%  students studying across AIM for Seva’s 104 Chatralayams are first generation learners. During 2019-2020, 4001 students from 16 states and 2,300 villages benefited from AIM for Seva’s holistic…

National Lockdown: Compassionate Care is the Need of the Hour for the Differently Abled

COVID-19 has and is likely to affect more people across geographical locations. Already over 4,000 people in India have been affected by this virus as on date and 1,136,851 confirmed…

The Will to Persevere

Thirteen-year-old Charan Mani Bhovi told us he wanted to go home. “The studies are very hard here. I don’t know English, and all the lessons are in English,” he said…

Not Just Pins and Needles

Every weekend, six girls from the Swami Dayananda AIM for Seva Adivasi Chatralayam for Girls, Bodidra village, Panchmahal district, Gujarat go to Smt. Meenaben Poonam Bhai Sharma’s tailoring unit located…

Unlocking Creative Potential

The girls from the Swami Dayananda AIM for Seva Chatralayam for Girls, Yelahanka, Karnataka are all rounders in the true sense of the word: Not only have three hostelers stood…

Seeds of Change

“My principal objective is to donate towards causes that support education. It doesn’t matter who, where or what. I donate because I believe in AIM for Seva’s work to educate…

Each Rupee Goes a Long Way

“Few years back, I visited Manjakkudi for some Corporate Social Responsibility work facilitated through my previous organisation. There, we could see hundreds of cycles—which belonged to girls who had come…

Desire to Do More

“I spent a lot of time in small villages when I was a young boy. My father was in charge of development projects in the backward and tribal regions of…