I have a lot of respect for M.A. Math’s humanitarian work. They have a huge variety of projects, and the fact that most of the work is done by volunteers means our donations can make more of a difference for those who most need help. I also appreciate the Math’s range of focus from helping to meet basic food, health and shelter needs, to the importance of education, which empowers people to end the cycle of poverty, and even planting trees for the long-term benefit of the country and the planet. I like the fact that I can donate money to a specific campaign, like helping to prevent farmer suicides.
Mata Amritanadamayi has done innumerable compassionate and charitable work for the poor and needy people. 1 Started AIMS HOSPITAL IN COCHIN Kerala INDIA. It is a800 bed hospital Has provided several free heart surgery and transplanting organs and several other medical tratments.Those were done completely free of charge for the poor and needy people. 2. Has started Hospice in MUMBAI INDIA. 3. Free clinics for the poor in Rurai Area. 4. Provided Food for hungary and home less people thro'Soup kitchen in various places in USA. 5.Has provided relief works for Tsunami affectedpeople and built 20,000 homes for the affected people. Has donated $1000,000 for Kathrina relief. IN Gugerath INDIA where earth Quake damaged area rebuilt several villages with schools, roads and medical clinics. 6.Has orphanages in rural areas providing free education ,food and clothining thus helping them to become challenging citizens of the country. 7.Pension for widow's and disabled people. 8.Farmer's relief in Gugerath,etc
The Mata Amritanandamayi Math (MA Math) is easily one of the most dedicated non-profit organizations that is bringing hope and change to the most unfortunate all over India. Their humanitarian efforts are extremely diverse - ranging from disaster relief, free medical treatment, schools in rural areas, orphanages, pension for widows, training for the handicapped and much much more. The MA Math has constructed more than 40,000 homes for the poor all over India. The most notable attribute of the MA Math is that it is run entirely by volunteers. Hence most of the 100 paise of every Rupee donated goes directly to the needy. This is in contrast to a number of other NGOs that have a high overhead. A key differentiating quality of the MA Math is that it has continued to support the communities affected by disasters (like the 2003 Tsunami in my home state of Kerala) long after other government and NGO organizations have stopped. Through education, vocational training, medical camps, reconstruction work, sponsored weddings, financial aid, the MA Math has help rebuid entire communities. The MA Math continues to be my favorite for any donations I make. I am assured that my donations will be put to the best possible use.
Homes & Slum Renovation One in six people alive today lacks adequate shelter. As a result of poor shelter, polluted water and inadequate sanitation, 50,000 people - mostly women and children - die each day. The problem is disproportionately concentrated in the developing world. In India alone, there are more than 2.3 million homeless - and that figure doesn't include the 170 million slum dwellers. But homeless does not have to mean hopeless. In 1997, Embracing the World launched an initiative to build 25,000 homes for the homeless throughout India. Five years later, the goal was reached. With an average of six people living in each ETW-built house, that meant 125,000 people had moved from the streets or woefully inadequate shelters into the safety and comfort of their very own home. Upon completion of the project, Embracing the World immediately announced a second goal to build an additional 100,000 homes for the homeless throughout India. To date, more than 40,000 homes have been constructed in more than 60 locations across the length and breadth of India. As part of ETW's response to the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami, homes have also been constructed in Sri Lanka and Andaman Island.
In my contributions to few different NGOs, I find this one to be most satisfying because I feel that there is enough transparency in the way they operate to give me the satisfaction that my contributions are put to rightful use.
I have been impressed by the efforts of this group to provide food, housing, medical care, and job training to a vast number of needy persons on a timely and on-going basis. When I visit their public programs annually and see reports of their accomplishments, I feel comfortable knowing that my donations are being maximized by devoted humanitarians.
Amma's organization is truly one where any contribution is multiplied by the time the beneficiaries receive help. Monetary donations are used by volunteers to directly help the needy. Whether it's the victims of Hurricane Katrina or the infamous Tsunami, needy people the world over benefit from the efforts of the MA Center and its followers.
good humanitarian helpful.organized.. some volunteers are not good but some are really nice...again amma is really miracle and motherly touch.
In recorded history there are very few people who have made such a positive impact on those in need in so many diverse areas as Amma has done. She has institutes which help those who need medical help, educational help, those who in one way or another are destitute. The real miracle however, is the number of people She has inspired to devote time, money and energy into helping with these projects. People, like myself, who without Her inspiration would have just been spectators to the misery of others.
When the majority of India's people earn less than Rs. 80 ($1.66) a day, and the price of a kilo of rice ranges between Rs. 20 and Rs. 80, it is no wonder that nearly 50 percent of India's population suffer from malnourishment. The fight against hunger is far from over. Today, we produce more food than ever, yet more than one in 10 people on earth suffers from hunger. But this war can be won - the United Nations Development Program puts the annual cost of ending hunger at just an additional $13 billion more than what is already being spent by governments and organizations around the world. At present, Embracing the World feeds more than two million people annually throughout India. ETW also distributes uncooked rice, milk and other staples to deeply impoverished communities. In the first six months after the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami, ETW provided more than six million free meals to disaster victims, as well as more than 185 tons of uncooked rice to help the victims make ends meet. In the United States, one in eight Americans (more than 35 million) don't have dependable, consistent access to food due to limited money and resources, and nearly 60 percent of Americans between the ages of 25 and 75 fall below the poverty line for at least one year. Embracing the World is committed to making a difference wherever and whenever possible. At present, ETW volunteers in 40 cities throughout North America prepare and serve 73,000 meals a year for the homeless and hungry.