Education is a fundamental right for every citizen. Issues of ‘social’ distance – arising out of caste, class and gender differences – deny children equal opportunities.
Poverty causes families to send children to work, often in hazardous and low-wage jobs, such as brick-chipping, construction and waste-picking. Children are paid less than adults, with many working up to twelve hours a day.
Under-nutrition is a major underlying cause of the persistently high child mortality, contributing to more than a third of all deaths among children under five years of age.
The Maddipatla Foundation, with its world’s headquarters in Long Island, New York, stands at the forefront of forthright non-profit philanthropic organizations, steadfast and unyielding in its devotion to one supreme goal: ensuring every youth in the United States and other countries gain immediate access to the primary, basic education necessary for the fulfillment and unlimited development of his/her potential.
We passionately embrace the masses of young talent struggling impoverishly within every community in United States through our selfless, indefatigable core team members, volunteers, and vast network of regional and local advisory personnel, federal and state grants through our partners, financial assistance programs funded by heartfelt donations, all to implement and maintain our stalwart moral convictions that no child shall be deprived of the fundamental rudimentary skills and abilities required to breach the intolerable cycle of despair, hopelessness, frustration, anger, and waste.
Our mission is simply to equip our youth with the motivational and financial requisites that will nurture and enhance their dreams of spiritual, career, and personal enrichment