Recognitions

More recognition and awards found here.

“This fall, The Los Angeles Community College District is filled with 232,000 beautiful, aspiring, hard-working students. You provide us an added advantage and the capacity to reach out to the students who need it the most. Fifty-two percent of our students live in poverty. We serve more student veterans, foster care youth, first-generation, and formally-incarcerated students than any other system in the state. So your investment and your (HC4A’s) partnership that we covet and cherish. We believe this is the first step in a long and fruitful relationship that benefits your mission, and now the students from Valley, Pierce, and Harbor will benefit from this investment in their future”

Chancellor Francisco Rodriguez, Los Angeles Community College District

“I am paticularly impressed by commitment to education that HC4A represents. I am particularly impressed by monies collected by Hindus goes to non-Hindus in our community”

Lloyd Doggett, US House Representative

“The doorway out of poverty is education and job and Hindu Charities is the door.”

Steve Adler, Austin, Texas Mayor

“HC4A helped our students and their families. The financial support enabled students to further their education and come closer to completing their degree. Please know that you have truly benefited the lives of our students by helping to relieve some of the expenses of college.”

Stephanie Diina-Dempsey, Executive Director of Austin Community College Foundation

“HC4A’s immense support through Capital Idea helps low-income adults to succeed at Austin Community College and start new careers that has made a huge difference in their lives.”

Steven Jacobs, Executive Director of Capital Idea

“I am honoured to be one of the recipients of the Hindu Charities for America Scholarship- Spring. Thanks to your generous support, I will be able to purchase my textbooks, supplies, and afford a percentage of my tuition. I am so thankful for your wonderful donation which will help lift the burden of not being able to afford much needed and required Spring semester supplies.”

Allyson Carlisle

“By awarding me the Hindu Charities for America Spring 2017 Scholarship, you have lightened my financial burden which allows me to focus more on the most important aspect of school, learning. Your generosity has inspired me to help others and give back to the community. I hope one day I will be able to help students achieve their goals, just as you have helped me”

Denise A. Basore