F.A.T. runs after-school technology and leadership programs in Delhi for girls and women. The Kiran Anjali Project currently helps fund Jugaad Lab, a space where girls from nearby slums can explore the world of electronics, science, and technology.
Baale Mane is a long-term home for over 50 vulnerable girls ages 7 - 21 in a village outside Bangalore, India. Many of the girls are orphans or have been rescued from child labor, domestic violence, living on the streets, or single parent families living in poverty.
Carnation Learning Center is a preschool and learning support center serving children from the inner-city slums of Bangalore. Carnation provides free preschool education for up to 100 students using an English-based curriculum to teach the basis of reading, writing, and mathematics.
Shalini Fellowships support graduates from our partner projects so that they may attend vocational training or junior college and university.
Located outside Hyderabad, The Wings School for Girls provides a free, high quality education and two meals a day to girls from very poor families. In addition to academics and the arts, Wings trains all the girls in Tae-kwon-do for self defense.