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A.I.M. Delegation meeting with US C.I.R.F. on the Genocide in Delhi, UP, Assam, Karnataka            AIM Establishes scholarship at Anjuman Islam Institutionalization, Mumbai

Association of Indian Muslims of America

The Association of Indian Muslims of America (AIM), is a non-profit, non-political, IRS tax-exempt, social service, Non Governmental Organization (NGO), of Muslims from India who live in North America. AIM is a 501-c-3 tax-exempt organization in US.

The basic objective of AIM is to work for the welfare of Indian Muslims and others in India. Founded in 1985 in Washington DC, AIM has grown to be a nationwide organization in North America

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2020 Relief

AIM 2020 Relief for COVID19 and Delhi Riots

In the year 2020 two major calamities have occurred in India. The first was the terrible organized violence against Muslims in Delhi in February. Some extremist Hindu organizations with the complicity of police, attacked the houses of about 1,000 families in several low-income Muslim localities in Northeast Delhi. The mob burnt and destroyed the houses and shops of poor muslims and killed about 80 of them....

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Distribution of Donations in India

  • 2023: $73,000 (Rs 60.5 lakh)

    Educational Assistance

    1. Anjuman Islam, Mumbai: 2 engineering colleges. Saboo Siddiq Engineering College, Mumbai; Abdul Razzaq Kalsekar Engineering College, Panvel. Scholarships to needy students. Grant of $15,000 (Rs 12 lakh)

    2. Sir Syed National Schools: Two schools: a. Jamia Nagar ( Upto Class X; 300students, 14 teachers) Delhi. b. Sardhana, Meerut district, U.P. (upto Class VIII, 150 students, 9 teachers). In each school we built a computer lab with 15 computers. Grant of $25,000 (Rs 20.7 lakh)

    3. UMMEED education welfare schools, Aligarh. They operate 20 primary schools (1100 students, 25 teachers) in slums in Aligarh district, UP. Grant of $15,000 (Rs 12.5 lakh). Students are children of domestic workers and other menial job workers, living in slums in the city. UMMEED has rented rooms and verandas in several houses in the area, to run these centers, each having about 30 children and 2 teachers to impart basic education preparing the students to get them enrolled in govt schools.

    4. Utkarsh Womens’ Committee, Ali Tutoring Classes, Jamalpur, Ahmedabad, Gujarat. (200 students, 9 teachers, Class 1 to 9). Evening supplementary tutoring/teaching program for children from poor families. Grant of $9,000 (Rs 7.5 lakh)

    5. ASHA Education Trust, Varanasi, U P. Program to give scholarship to poor students in colleges and schools in U.P. and Kerala. Grant of $5,000 (Rs 4.2 lakh). ASHA is an educational NGO that helps poor families with college and school tuition fees, cost of books etc for students in colleges and schools.

    6. Scholarship to students at Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad. $4,000 (Rs 3.2 lakh)

  • 2022: $40,000 (Rs 30 lakh)

    Educational Assistance

    1. Sir Syed National Schools, Muzaffarnagar, Saharanpur, (UP), A computer lab with 15 Personal Computers in each school , $27,000 (Rs 20 lakh)

    2. Anjuman Islam, Mubai, Scholarships to students in 4 engineering colleges: $10,000 (Rs 7.5 lakh)

    3. University of Science Technology Meghalya, Shillong. Scholarship to students: $3,000 (Rs 2.3 lakh)

  • 2021: $40,000 (Rs 30 lakh)

    Educational Assistance: $32,000 (Rs 24 lakh)

    1. Anjuman Islam, Mumbai, scholarships to students in 4 engineering colleges: $15,000 (Rs 11 lakh)

    2. NIARC school for handicapped children, Kozhikode, Kerala: $10,000 (Rs 7.3 lakh)

    3. University of Science, Technology Meghalya, Guwahati, Meghalya Scholarships to students: $5,000 (Rs 3.7 lakh)

    4. Aqsa Siddiqa, M Tech student in Electrical Engrg, IIT Hyderabad:$2,000 (Rs 1.5 lakh)

    Healthcare Assistance

    A dialysis machine at Al Shifa Hospital, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi: $8,000 (Rs 5 lakh)

  • 2020: $67,000 (Rs 50 lakh)

    Educational Assistance

    1. Anjuman Islam, Mumbai, scholarships to students in 4 engineering colleges: $24,200 (Rs 17.7 lakh)

    Relief Assistance

    1. Victims of Muslim Genocide in Delhi (Feb 2020), relief: $25,000 (Rs 18 lakh)

    2. Covid pandemic victims relief, in Delhi, Gujarat: $13,000 (Rs 9.5 lakh)

    3. Flood victims in Hyderabad, relief: $5,000 (Rs 3.7 lakh)

    2019: $61,000 (Rs 45 lakh)

    Educational Assistance

    1. Anjuman Islam, Mumbai, Scholarships to students in 4 engineering colleges: $15,000 (Rs 11 lakh)

    Niswan Girls’ School, Azamgarh, U P; Computer lab and Science labs: $20,000 (Rs 14.6 lakh)

    Two Brighton Schools in Ahmedabad, Computer labs and libraries: $7,000 (Rs 5 lakh)

    Bacchon ka Ghar School, Delhi; Classrooms: $4,000 (Rs 3 lakh)

    Relief Assistance

    1. Flood relief, Muslim Service Society Calicut, Kerala: $15,000 (Rs 11 lakh)

Your donations help promote education among the poor, rehabilitate and provide relief to the needy and victims of violence and natural disasters.