The Cause

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The iHope Sewa Organization is a Chicago based, humanitarian, nonprofit service organization registered under Internal Revenue Code 501 (c) (3). Founded in 2016, iHope Sewa Organization is part of an initiative started by Desi Junction Volunteers as Happiness Junction in 2015 .

Desi Junction & iHope Sewa Volunteers teamed up with Enrich Saloon to give a Makeover to needy Kids in Bangalore. Thanks to Reena Uppal, Seema Mishra Bhatnagar.

During the floods in Chennai, Our team in Chicago and Bangalore reached out to help Chennai flood victims . Our volunteers sent bed sheets, clothes ,umbrella,medicines , bread and biscuits to the needy families.
Jassi Parmar, Ceo and founder of Desi Junction initiative Happiness Junction said “Always remember it doesn’t matter how much time or money you are contributing, what’s more important is intention behind your efforts and showing those impacted that there’s someone who cares. It means a lot to them. ”

Children’s Daty : Nov 14th, Seema Bhatnagar of Desi Junction/ i Hope Sewa ,  spent  her whole day with the Kids of Sahasra Deepika-International for Education . This day has been marked as an important day in the life of Seema as well as organization’s Milestones. With the mission of educating Children, Seema distributed pencils, pens, copies, colors and many other things to these needy kids. She said that “these kids deserve to be happy and educated. We all spend this day just like that, instead we should help the needy kids so that they may repay their country by taking it further.”

Highlights:

The  movement that started in Oct 2015 with a small initiative of serving and feeding underprivileged families and Homeless Kids .
Our Volunteer team is decided to take an initiative with the vision of a Happy, Healthy and Creative Child whose rights are protected and honored in a society.
 We have joined hands with some like-minded volunteers around the world to give hope and fulfill dreams of underprivileged kids.
Desi Junction & iHope Sewa  Volunteers Celebrated Diwali with Homeless Kids in India
Over 84,000 hungry stomachs were fed in the festive season of 2015 and 2016  – “Feed your neighbor” campaign and “Daan Utsav”.