The Manaloni Manishi Foundation (MMF) was established to serve humanity with its mission focus on education and agriculture. Good quality education beginning elementary school through high school in many parts of the world, unfortunately, is not free. Parents that cannot afford the costs either put their children to work or have them attend cheaper schools where their intellectual growth is hindered. As an effort to address it in India, MMF identifies highly deserving children and raise money to fund their education through their college. Also within the USA, MMF committed itself to encourage and stimulate children in the STEM fields through various activities such as forming a number of First Lego League teams and coach them to be competitive and driven to solve complex problems.
On the other hand, the world population is forecast to surpass 8 billion by the year 2050. This will cause a substantial burden for farmers to grow crops not just within the USA but all around the world. Over the last 20 years, about 230,000 farmers in India committed suicide because they did not have the means or support to grow crops and provide a decent living for themselves and their families. Farmers constantly rely on rainwater, which is essentially a gamble. In addition, access to resources such as high-quality seeds or fertilizers is not always available. At MMF, we empower farmers by raising money for their causes and do our part in solving the world’s food problems.
Education is a right for every kid in this world. No deserving student should be denied of this basic right, because he/she cannot afford it. We want to be a global network of compassionate people that stand together in financially supporting talented students and see them become responsible and educated citizens of the world.
Agriculture is the most sacred profession in the world, giving us means to survive and live healthy. Every farmer contributing towards keeping us out of hunger should live with dignity and deserve a respectful position in the society.
We want to provide hope to helpless farmers by enabling them and make them feel that their lives, profession, and services are invaluable to the society.