Jan 21, 2004-- They throw parties. But they donate all the proceeds to development projects. Couple of young entrepreneurs, relics from Silicon Valley's dot-com era, started AHIMSA Fund to raise some money to buy musical instruments for underprivileged slum children, to setup a curriculums for them to grow further and to give them an avenue for creative expression. "Some would say, why are you wasting your time in music and community service, but then they would see the outcome of projects and realize its value. You can make a profound impact with little money." (3023 reads)
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