My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Project Prakash Foundation, Cambridge, MA, USA
The Project Prakash, a US-based, nonprofit endeavors to treat curable blindness suffered by impoverished children in India. The nonprofit takes a holistic approach ranging from organizing eye camps in villages, identifying children for eye surgery, providing transportation to these children to New Delhi where the surgery is carried out and later on working towards their rehabilitation.
The organization is fortunate to have very dedicated team: the founder is a faculty at MIT and is passionate about the cause. The executive director has several years of being in nonprofit organizations and is equally passionate about the work. I'd say that she has been very creative in terms of fundraising. As a donor, I am always kept abreast of all the developments. I fully intend to support the benevolent work Project Prakash is engaged in.
I'd encourage every one of you to join the organization in whatever capacity you can to provide a gift of vision and more importantly a fulfilling life to these children.