How We Operate 2017-05-08T18:42:11-07:00


The Kiran Anjali Project links up with grassroot nonprofits in India that work within our mission to provide education or job training to underprivileged children in India.  The organizations must reside and operate in India and have the ability to receive funds from overseas.  We provide the non-profits with professional advice and grants to help them provide their services.  The Kiran Anjali Project fully evaluates our partner nonprofits’ accounting procedures and is committed to complete transparency.  We require site visits by our board members or their designees as well as annual reports and audits.

 The Kiran Anjali Project is run entirely by volunteers.


Financial Transparency

 The Kiran Anjali Project requires complete financial transparency for all sponsored projects. Prior to approval, the projects have an on site review of bookkeeping records by a Indian certified accountant employed by The Kiran Anjali Project. Additionally there is a review of quarterly bookkeeping records by KAP’s Treasurers who are trained CPA’s in the US and India, annual review of audited accounts and  disclosure of funding sources, and a site visit by a KAP board member.

A copy of our IRS Determination Letter and our Employee Identification Number
Our Annual Reports: 20112012, 2013, 2014, 2015.

Our Board of Directors:

Sheryl Hoye
Sheryl HoyePresident
Sheryl has been a social worker specializing in children’s mental health for 25 years. She has worked in schools, hospitals, and outpatient clinics in both the US and Canada. While in India on sabbatical in 2007 she pursued global social work interests through volunteer work. Currently Sheryl has a private psychotherapy practice in California.
Linda Floyd
Linda FloydVice President
Linda has worked as a television producer and teacher in different parts of the world and has worked with refugee and immigrant populations in the U.S. and Canada.