A beneficiary becoming benefactor
One of the emulative example is of Richa Srivastava who secured admission in Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology Bhopal for MCA course.
On finding it difficult to receive education loan from commercial banks, she applied and availed of Education assistance to the extent she could not meet from her limited family resources.
She won a placement with TCS even before completion of her course. Driven by her own success to overcome obstacles with the help of TrustSuvas, she came forward with offer to make monthly contributions to capital to enable growth for the benefit of other students who are placed in similar circumstances.
She has returned her dues, switched jobs, got married and is a living example of someone who remained undaunted by financial hardships and achieved her rightful place in society through sheer grit, merits and with a little support from TrustSuvas. And now her contributions are funding the initial part of assistance to another beneficiary.
She also exemplifies someone we are willing to pledge our support to.
Contact details on request.