VT Seva supports
To see all children and adults of the impoverished communities of India and other countries have access and opportunities to quality education and healthcare and enable them to live with dignity and pride.
How to help
All the branches of VT Seva conduct annual fundraising events to support education and complete care of these underprivileged children. Our upcoming annual events UTSAV in Seattle, ALOK in Houston, DAYA in Nashville, RAAS in Detroit, SUBHADA in Virginia and TEJA in Minnesota are being conducted with a goal to empower 700 underprivileged children. It takes just $1/day to support one full year of a child's education
Please go to DONATE to show your support.
Our #1 priority is the children’s future. We believe in our efforts and conduct our schools to the highest standards. We truly appreciate your support in helping the forgotten children realize their dreams. We are constantly improving and improvising new methods of teaching. Your suggestions are most welcome. Be a part of this effort and enjoy the happiness of serving!
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"I was born in Warangal, AP, India. I came from a poor family and lost my father when I was 4 years old. My mother helped for my education. Now, I am the President of JSMN International Inc, a Computer Consulting Company. Since 2007, I have been involved in Schools for Tribals supported by VT Seva. I sponsor 87 kids at Allampalli School for Tribal students and contribute $87 a day. You too can be part of it. A dollar a day can make a huge impact! "
Ravinder Thota, VP, JSMN International Inc
"My name is Bhamam Motilal. I speak Mathura, a scriptless language. I am studying in 9th grade. I am from Mandgalsingh Thanda (tribal settlement). I am studying here from primary school. Before joining this school, we used to herd cattle and work as a daily labor. I would like to reach greater heights in my life and I will never forget this school. Our teachers are staying with us and providing excellent guidance. My goal is to become a teacher and pass on the knowledge to students"
"My friends who did not join gurukulam are now living a low standard life taking care of cattle and whiling away their time, and living in poverty. I am proud to be educated and live in a metropolitan city enjoying the comforts"
Latha - Student
"During my visit to Allampally, it was shocking to see the students going through many hardships to learn. I just take everything for granted. I realized that every opportunity I have would be a luxury to many kids around the world who are not as lucky as me"