Asha for Education Presents Work-An-Hour 2012

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July 15 – September 30, 2012
Dear Asha Patrons, 

Asha for Education invites you to join our 15th Annual Work-An-Hour (WAH) Campaign. Work-An-Hour highlights the issue of illiteracy in India to donors worldwide and symbolically requests you to donate an hour (or more) of your salary towards education of underprivileged children.

As we introduce you to our projects this year, we would like to first take you on a short journey into the life of Harini, a girl from Work-An-Hour 2011 project. We wholeheartedly acknowledge support from our donors like you for playing a key role in lives of children such as Harini. To learn about WAH-2011 fund utilization, click here.


This year, we showcase thirteen educational projects in our campaign with a fundraising goal of $150,000. Be it orphaned and abandoned girls, children from slums, children of migrant workers, or those with disability – it is sheer luck of birth that has deprived these 4300 children from our projects, the opportunity of a life free from abuse and exploitation.   


Over the next few weeks, you will have the opportunity to learn about our projects and how Asha for Education is helping these children realize their dreams for a better life.  We hope you take the time to gain information about our projects and make an informed decision on the project(s) you wish to contribute to. To help us beyond donations and spread the word, visit this page

Warm Regards


Asha For Education 


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Asha for Education, WAH 2012 Campaign,                 
PO Box 1287, 
Princeton, NJ 08542

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