When my parents told me that we would be moving to India for a year of sabbatical, it felt like the worst news in the world. Instead, through the Kiran Anjali Project, it enabled me to find my path and my passion.
ONE NIGHT ONLY! Chef Manish Tyagi from San Francisco's renowned Indian restaurant August (1) Five will be in Seattle on Friday, May 31st for a very special pop-up at mbar to benefit the Kiran Anjali Project. Chef Jason Stratton of mbar and Chef Tyagi have created a special menu featuring their unique and innovative cuisines. Enjoy an unforgettable [...]
You cannot learn if you are hungry. Eating regular healthy meals and receiving enough food is necessary to perform at your best. That is why The Kiran Anjali Project funds nutrition programs at partner projects. It has made a tremendous impact on the overall health of the children and on their educational progress. Nutrition [...]
My first visit to our projects in Hyderabad turned out to be an epic gathering of our partner project managers, Plus2 girls, their parents, and some of the Plus2 graduates who are now attending university.