Asha Silicon Valley, a chapter of Asha for Education, is a completely volunteer driven organization, comprising of dedicated individuals from the Area, striving to make a difference to the society. We believe that education is one of the primary factors in shaping a child’s future and by extension, future of the entire country.
Asha Silicon Valley works towards promoting the education of underprivileged children in India by providing financial assistance and support to the NGOs focused on education projects. Volunteers of Asha work closely with the project partners in India, while locally organizing fundraisers and community awareness events. Team Asha training program, a popular event in the Area, is Asha Silicon Valley’s primary fundraiser, which directly helps support several education projects in India.
Asha Spring Run 2019
Run To Educate
5K/10K Run – March 23rd – Vasona Park, Los Gatos. Click here to learn more
Team Asha: Run, Bike, Tri Training – Info Session
March 30, 2019 (Sat) 11 AM – Qualcomm, Santa Clara. Click here to learn more.
Year End Report 2018
21 Projects supported with more than $565k, impacting the education of 28,000+ children in 2018. Click here to learn more.
Asha for Education listed in “30 charities that do not waste donors money”
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- Asha Spring Run 2019March 23, 2019Vasona Park, Los Gatos
- BikingInfo SessionMarch 30 2019 (Sat) 11AMQualcomm, Santa Clara2019 Target RidesGiro Bello (100 KM)Tour de Tahoe (72 miles)Foxy’s Fall Century (100 Mile)
- TriathlonInfo SessionMarch 30 2019 (Sat) 11AMQualcomm, Santa Clara2019 Target RacesIronman Santa Rosa 70.3Oakland (Sprint/Olympic)Ironman Santa Cruz 70.3Santa Cruz (Sprint/Olympic)
- Family BikingInfo SessionFeb 10 2019 (Sun) 3PMSports Basement, Sunnyvale2019 Target RidePrimavera Century, Fremont (25 miles)
Samerth Talim Kendra
Samerth Talim Kendra is a center for special needs children in Ahmedabad. They provide support and services to these children in an effort to help them lead an independent life. They also help create awareness regarding disability in the community, encourage early detection and dispel myths and misbelieves associated with it. Learn more about the project here