Hans Cultural Centre will use the grant money for ongoing operational needs
Farmington Hills, MI. – The Hans Foundation USA (THF USA), a 501(c)(3) that funds on-the-ground initiatives to help those in need around the world, ended 2021 with a $270,000 grant to the Hans Cultural Centre (HCC), with plans to announce more grants throughout 2022.
HCC improves the quality of life for underprivileged people in India through projects in the medical, educational and cultural sectors, as well as providing relief after natural disasters. The grant money received from THF USA will go towards ongoing operational needs of HCC.
Since its founding in 2014, HCC has opened hospitals, schools, healthcare centers, rehabilitation centers, and homes for senior citizens throughout India. HCC also provides regular financial support to those who cannot generate their own income, including orphans, the disabled, the elderly and those affected by natural disasters.
THF USA forms partnerships with other charitable organizations whose missions directly help the lives of underprivileged communities by addressing problems related to energy, water and health. By engaging with philanthropists, foundations and corporations to raise money, THF USA is able to donate 100% of funds received to charitable organizations through grants.
To donate to THF USA, please visit TheHansFoundationUSA.org/donate. To learn more about HCC, please visit HansCulturalCentre.com. To follow THF USA on Facebook, visit Facebook.com/TheHansFoundationUSA
About The Hans Foundation
The Hans Foundation USA is a non-profit corporation that is recognized by the IRS as a tax-exempt entity described under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The HANS Foundation USA will provide any donors with a letter via email describing the deductibility of any charitable gifts it receives.
About the Hans Cultural Centre
Founded in 2014, the Hans Cultural is a pan-India funding and charitable society registered under the Societies Registration Act of 1860. HCC strives to achieve its humanitarian goals of altruism and philanthropy through social, educational and cultural activities.