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SMFT Supports Health Living Of Young Girls Ages 11-13 In South Asia

Arogya World is a global health non-profit organization working to prevent non-communicable diseases (NCDs)—diabetes, heart disease, cancer and chronic lung diseases—through health education and lifestyle change. Through our programs and advocacy efforts, we help people around the world lead healthier lives. Our mission is reflected in our name: “Arogya” in Sanskrit means to live a life without disease.

MSI Charitable trust supports Arogya World to empower young girls to eat right and steer their families toward healthy living and educate adolescent children (ages 11-13) on healthy living and help ensure a healthier future generation.

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SMFT Donates 5 Liter Oxygen Concentrator To Treat A Covid-19 Patient In North Carolina, USA

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SMFT Supports A Large Scale Social Impact Initiative In Africa

Resolution Project works towards finding and supporting innovative not-for-profits across the world run by young social entrepreneurs.

MSI Charitable aims to increase social impact activities in Nairobi and other parts of Africa covering preventive healthcare, education and employment generation with the help of small-scale nonprofits and young social entrepreneurs. Through Resolution Project, we aim to identify and support 130 Not-for-profits and Social Entrepreneurs from Kenya and Rest of Africa that work in areas relevant to MSI Charitable Trust. The Resolution Project will setup 3 Social Innovation Hubs with headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya and other locations in Africa that will serve as a Launchpad for the most impactful Not-for-profits and Social Entrepreneurs.

 

Some of the other foundations that support this initiative are: Mastercard Foundation, Deloitte, DuPont, Ford, White & Case, Morgan Lewis, Open Society Foundations and Macquarie.

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Starting this April 2021, MSI started providing academic scholarships to college-bound, high-school seniors who excel academically, exhibit exceptional leadership potential, participate in community service activities, & demonstrate financial need.

The scholarships were granted to high school students from Tustin Public Schools Foundation in Southern California. MSI’s efforts were well received by TPSF especially during the pandemic. The two students who received MSI’s scholarships are on their way to the universities of Portland and Southern California respectively, for their undergraduate studies. The scholarships were provided as a result of a rigorous vetting process, where the applicants shared their academic/career goals, and their inspiration to pursue education and create an impact in their communities.

We are proud to partner with TPSF and wish all the very best to MSI Scholarship recipients.

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SMFT Donates 100 Refurbished IPads For The Use Of Seniors In Orange County

M S International, Inc. at Orange County partnered with Orange Senior Center to donate 100 refurbished iPads to adults 50 and better to help them transition to virtual environment at the time of COVID-19. We are hoping to help seniors connect to the world and improve the quality of their life. MSI volunteers will conduct seminars for the seniors to help them learn the use of iPads and make their fullest use. Our philanthropic effort will help over 100 seniors who are served by Orange Senior Center.

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SMFT recently partnered with Lestonnac Free Clinic, which has over 300 volunteer providers and 400 volunteer professionals who donate their time and skills to provide FREE medical, dental, and vision healthcare to uninsured and low-income families. We donated a mobile van with pre-installed telemedicine equipment for patient assessment using technology.

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As a response to COVID-19, SMFT supported United Sikh Mission - a local organization, which works on the principles of Gurudwaras and provides access to free meals to thousands of people a day here in the US. SMFT supported 10,000 meals over the next 60 days to frontline health workers, senior citizens, the homeless and families who have been affected by coronavirus in Southern California.