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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have been associating with Imission since the inception. Being with Imission has been one of the best experiences that I have ever had. They are working towards their noble cause with a positive attitude even when obstacles get in their way, in a kind and humble way. They brightened the lives of so many visually impaired people. Wishing them best of luck as they keep working towards their goals.
-Sharada Mangipudi

Harish Babu R.

Donor

Rating: 5

No one can help you better than "your eyes in darkness'
The I Mission is helping the blind people who never knew how the world looks like, according to me bringing vision back is rebirth to one's life.... I Know the Vavilapalli family from the last 5 years & the Founder, Sai Hitesh is my close buddy.... "No one can help you better than "your eyes in darkness'
The Imission is helping the blind people who never knew how world looks like, according to me bringing vision back is rebirth to one's life.... I Know Vavilapalli family from last 5 years & Founder Hitesh is my close buddy. The Vavilapalli family is a Synonym for community service.

When I heard about the I Mission in 2017, I was really surprised about their thoughts on serving the community, the best thing is all 4 of the family travel down to India every year to ensure all activities/treatments are done under there supervision. "Time is the biggest donation ever.

This involves a lot of process of identifying the right patients, screening the needy ones & later taking them to a hospital facility...All care is taken by mission once after identification of people is completed.

When it was started in 2016, I believe they were doing double digit Cataract surgeries, but now they crossed more than 2K surgeries, which is a remarkable growth rate. I hope their services reach all the visually challenged people across the world, wishing all the best!

Donor

Rating: 5

I have watched this non profit organization grow over the past 4 years and am always in awe of all they are doing! It's incredible to be part of such an incredible event as a performer and I enjoy hearing each year how they spread the work farther and farther throughout the region! Thank you I Mission for all you're doing in India to reach so many people and help them! And to think this all started with a young boys dream!! Wow!! Keep up the good work!!

Donor

Rating: 5

I-Mission is a place where you can feel good about donating your money. The donations all go to improving the sight of those in need. It is a powerful way to improve lives without creating unintended consequences of dependence. It is one of the most efficient nonprofits I have seen, and it's targeted reach is incredibly effective in fulfilling its mission.

Naresh S.1

Volunteer

Rating: 5

In Vedic tradition "knowledge alone is liberation or salvation" declares an upanishad.

It is said that there are five primary and five secondary avenues that deliver knowledge. Among the primary Eyes rank the first. Problems with the vision impacts not just the individual but the entire family.

I have known Vavilapalli family for well over a decade. I have had the opportunity to get the blessings of their parents as well. The commitment to serving the needy comes to Vavilapalli family from their genes. Poverty in India is still acute though in this millennia the middle class is on the rise. Vavilapalli's parents have been serving the community for several years in India.

In 2016 when the young Hitesh told me that he is promoting the I Mission I requested him to make the announcement in one of our community event. He stood up and with a determined tone spoke about I Mission. The determination, focus and commitment has been seen in action ever since. Each year Hitesh would proudly and personally share the details of the service our contribution added to the less privileged.

Last year, as a senior, he organized the event with volunteers from his school. He set an example for his little sister and we are all witnessing the energy she brings to the mission. Vavilapalli family has been an inspiration to each of us in our little community. I wish their service reaches all the poor and vulnerable visually disabled people of the world.

Donor

Rating: 5

The I mission is a benevolent dedicated group who strives to educate and enrich the lives of many. I’m moved by their dedication, creative and passion. They inspire all who experience their generosity and passion.

I urge you join me in supporting this mission.

Donor

Rating: 5

Very true and honest charity. I mission Portland is one of the best charities here.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

This is the best non profit I know of. Does a great job for blind people

Volunteer

Rating: 5

It amazes me to see how a small initiative by a school kid is making such a large difference for the visually impaired across the world. They have now grown such a large volunteer base in USA and other countries to help the needy ones.

Kuddos to their efforts!!

-Rits

Board Member

Rating: 5

We here at The I Mission love to do as much as we can for the community and we feel like the visually impaired community in specific is very forgotten. We conduct cultural events and educational workshops to raise funds and we use this donations to improve the life of the impoverished, visually impaired coming. I have had many inspiring experiences through the I Mission and ai an very thankful for the opportunity!