DBS employees helping in construction at Igatpuri
Dilbur with Carol Donoughue of Vidya Trust
Dilbur with donors Meenaz & Moe Kassam
GE employees painting science lab
Mahindra employees helping in tree plantation at Igatpuri

Our Trustees

"Over the years, our donors have quietly and consistently supported the work we do. They comprise of large corporate houses, trusts, individual philanthropists, and even some children. They come to us expecting high quality and results, and stay on by becoming members of our family and patrons of our work.

Here is what some of our donors have to say:

We in the Tech Mahindra Foundation regard it as a privilege to be able to assist Aseema in its commendable work for the under privileged children. We admire the commitment and imagination with which Aseema runs the Pali Chimbai Municipal School imparting good quality English medium education to children who come from very disadvantaged background. "

- Vinod C. Khanna, Principal Consultant, Tech Mahindra Foundation

Being Human – The Salman Khan Foundation is a registered charitable trust that was founded in India in 2007. The foundation focuses on education and healthcare for the underprivileged.
We have been associated with Aseema since June 2011. We support the secondary sections of two of their schools in Mumbai – the Kherwadi Municipal School and the Santacruz Municipal School.
While our initial association was only with the Santacruz school, Aseema’s approach towards education convinced us to support their Kherwadi school as well.
Dilbur Parakh’s perseverance along with the commitment shown by the teachers is reflected in the confidence portrayed by each of their students.
We’re extremely proud of our association with Aseema and wish them every success."

- Alvira Agnihotri, Trustee, Being Human - The Salman Khan Foundation

"In 2001 we were visiting Bhutan and met Dilbur and some of her friends. She told us about Aseema and I knew instantly that I wanted to help. Dilbur's sincerity and determination is inspiring. She recognised the needs of the Mumbai street children in a country where there is wealth and yet also much poverty. Not a penny I give to Aseema is wasted. The school is thriving and Dilbur is now building schools to support the tribal people in their homeland. Aseema will have my lifelong support. A small charity that already has made a huge change in the lives of so many."

- Mary Ashton (Aseema donor)

"I am aware that my friends