Indian American philanthropy is expected to grow in the coming years from $1 billion to $3 billion annually
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Des Moines, Iowa, -based Foundation exploring alternative routes from US, China, India to provide timely help.
Gets State Department honor for helping the poor in rural Indian communities.
SM Sehgal Foundation is present in more than 700 Indian villages.
Sehgal Foundation to host a special event in St. Louis Park, MN, on September 9.
“When citizens work for prosperity, development goals are automatically met,” says its CEO Ajay Pandey.
The award for “Outstanding Service in Agriculture” was presented at Iowa Agricultural Leaders Dinner last week.
Sehgal Foundation founder urges Indian Americans to give more.
Seghal Foundation also trains youth on life skills.
Sehgal and his wife, Edda, have committed most of their wealth to philanthropy in India.