All India Movement for Seva
The All India Movement for Seva (AIM for Seva) was established in 2000 to bridge the cultural, social, and economic divide between urban and rural areas in India. Its programs operate in 20 states in India, and has overseas offices in the United States and Australia focus on fundraising. AIM for Seva supports projects in education, environment, culture, healthcare, income generation, and women's empowerment. Projects include an HIV/AIDS hospital in Madhya Pradesh and a vocational training program for unemployed artisans in New Delhi and also provide student housing for families from impoverished regions of the country.