About Dhingra Family Foundation

 Dhingra family Faundation, USA is a non-profit charitable trust. It received 501(c)(3) designation from IRS in September 2014. It provides financial assistance to non-profit organizations in USA and non government organizations (NGOs) abroad in the field of education, health, sanitation & hygiene, Hindi language and literature. It is registered in the state of North Carolina and was founded in Morrisville, North Carolina, on December 31st, 2013.

Dhingra family has been supporting education of children through Pratham, USA and Ekal Vidyalaya Foundation, USA for over 10 years. Starting in 2014, Dhingra Foundation is supporting the education and completion of high school of 100 high school dropouts girls from underprivileged families in Bicchiwara district in the State of Rajasthan, India through Pratham, USA. In Jaipur, Rajasthan, Neofusion Creative Foundation is running an education and vocational school for the children of women who work as maids. The children are provided remedial education and learn painting, dance and theater. Dhingra Foundation is funding this project.

Dhingra Foundation is collaborating with Clean and Healthy India Promotional International, USA (CHIP-IN) in the area of sanitation and hygiene. Our first project is a pilot program in 30 villages in Udiapur, Rajasthan, India. It is focused on raising the awareness that poor sanitation and hygiene causes most of the diseases of the childhood.

NCIAP, a non-profit organization located in North Carolina, is providing low cost health care to uninsured parents visiting from India and local residents. Dhingra Foundation is supporting NCIAP.

 Dhingra Foundation is sponsoring a one-year computer training certificate program for underprivileged girls with high school education. PC Lab, a computer training center in Sehore, Madhay Pradesh, India is providing the computer training. In year 2014-15, 36 girls completed training. In the year 2015-16, 100 girls from poor families have enrolled in the program.

Dhingra Foundation is also providing scholarships to some students for higher education in Canada, USA, and India.

In 2014, Dhingra Foundation (US) and Hindi Chetna (Toronto), launched the International Hindi Literature Awards to encourage and honor Hindi literature writers all over the world. The first Literary Award Ceremony was held in Toronto, Canada in July 2014 and three outstanding recipients were awarded honors in three different categories of literature: Professor Hari Shanker Adesh, for life time achievements, from North America, Canada and Trinidad; Mahesh Katare, a novelist from Gawaliar, India and Sudarshan Priydarshani, a story writer from USA. The 2015 Literature Award Ceremony was held in Morrisville, North Carolina, USA on August 30th, 2015. Recipients were awarded honors in three different categories of Literature. The award to Usha Priyamvada (USA) was for her overall contributions to Hindi literature; to Chitra Mudgal (India) for her story collection "Painting Akeli Hain"( Samyik Prakshan ); to Dr. Gyan Chaturvedi (India) for his Novel "Hum Na Marab" (Rajkamal Prakashan).

 

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