The American Society for Health for All (ASHA) is a registered charity in the USA. It collects funds on behalf of Asha, supports local fundraising events, and can give advice on ways in which you can help Asha.
ASHA USA is able to collect tax-deductible donations on behalf of Asha (please send a cheque payable to “American Society for Health for All” to Louanne Hempton at the address below).
News and Events
Let’s help the slum community celebrate Christmas this year
Here comes the Christmas season once again! It’s a time to express our gratitude to our families and friends. All of us are gearing up and eagerly waiting for Christmas Day.
We would like to give our heartfelt thanks to all our supporters and friends, because without them, Asha could never have achieved its goals and objectives, as well as a great thank you to all those in our Asha slum communities, who have not only helped us understand their needs, but have also ‘paid it forward’.
This Christmas time, we would like to acknowledge the support and assistance received from the Asha ambassadors and graduates from the slums. Their success and achievements have not only made us proud but have also helped a million others to idolize them and to fight for a better future. Many have very good jobs now and after work, they give of their spare time to help and advise the young people in the slums to meet their goals in life.
We are delighted to share this year’s Christmas Appeal with all of you.Read more
March 2018: Team River’s 30th-year celebration with Asha
Asha’s 30th-year celebration was truly an amazing experience as we had with us our long-term supporters and friends from across the globe to celebrate the special occasion. To represent the Friends of Asha (USA) for the 30th year celebration, we were pleased to have our ardent supporter, Team River with us for a week. Read More
February 2018: Asha Turns 30
What an exciting and inspiring week of celebrations it has been on the occasion of Asha completing its 30 years of service to Delhi slums in the month of February!
We were delighted to have our friends and supporters from across the globe to celebrate the thirty transformational years.We take this opportunity to thank each one of you for being a part of this wonderful journey. If not for your sincere support, achieving this milestone would have been impossible.
To mark the splendid thirty years of Asha’s work in Delhi slums, we had a week-long celebration of events starting from February 7 with the visit of HRH Prince Edward, Earl Of Wessex and concluding with the main event on February 10 that was received with much happiness and appreciation by everyone. Asha graduates Chandan and Dilip beautifully presented the evening to the gathering, leaving everyone impressed with their emceeing skills. Women, children and students from the slums shared their powerful stories of change touching the hearts of the people present.Videos showcased of Dr Kiran and Asha’s thirty years of work summed up the inspiring journey of thousands of lives that have been changed.
It gives us immense pleasure to share the updates and pictures of the events with you. Please click on the link below:
January 2018: Newsletter Issue 77
We are glad to present to you our Newsletter Issue 88 for the year 2018. This year as Asha celebrates its 30 years of service to slum dwellers, we have special messages from our global friends of Asha. You will also read about Sanjan and Sahil’s heartwarming stories of change.
We have some interesting testimonies from our volunteers and the latest activities Asha has been busy with.
We hope you enjoy reading this Newsletter as much as we have enjoyed writing it.
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October 2017: Newsletter Issue 76
It gives us great joy to keep you updated with the stories of change from our slum communities. In this 76th edition of our Newsletter, you will read about a young boy Jatin, who found a new life through Asha’s Healthcare Programme after having struggled for years with Tuberculosis.
Sumitra’s heart-wrenching story from Mayapuri slum community and her journey of finding happiness through her friends in Asha’s Mayapuri resource centre will inspire you.
You will also read about the experiences of our wonderful volunteers and other events that have kept us busy
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July 2017: Newsletter Issue 75
We are delighted to introduce the 75th issue of our newsletter. Your support means a lot to us and it gives us immense joy to bring to you the latest developments from the Asha slum communities.
In this issue, you will be proud to hear about the achievements of Asha’s 2017 High School Batch. You will read about the inspirational journey of Hariom, a cobblers son who aced the High school exam with a whopping 90.75% and his future dream.
Also read about Gomti’s life changing experience after coming to Asha and Chandan’s exciting Uk trip along with Dr Kiran Martin.
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September 2016: 16th Asha Day at Napa Valley – On August 27, 2016, the 16th annual Asha Day was celebrated with great joy at the Jamieson Ranch, Napa Valley. The event was generously hosted by Congressman Mike Thompson and his wife Janet. Read more…
September 2016: Babita shares her journey at the Kiwanis Club in Napa Valley – Asha’s Associate Director Freddy Martin and Asha student, Babita were invited at the Kiwanis Club, Napa Valley – a long-standing supporter of Asha. The Club’s priority is to assist the youth and seniors of the community in two primary ways: by community giving and by performing direct community service. Read more…
September 2016: Vintage High School, USA hosts Freddy Martin – During Freddy’s recent USA trip in August 2016, he addressed a group of bright young boys and girls at Vintage High School, Napa, a fully accredited school with a wide range of academic offerings, athletic opportunities, and student activities. Read more…
September 2016: Freddy’s visit to the schools in USA – Asha’s Associate Director, Mr Freddy Martin recently completed his trip to the USA. During his visit, he met many old and new Asha supporters and spoke about Asha’s work at various events. Read more…
February 2016: Team from New York visits Asha Slum Communities – The Asha team and community at Jeevan Nagar were delighted to welcome John and Sara Furste along with Mandy Hildenbrand and Mark Morsfield from the River Church, New York, USA during February 2016. Read more…
February 2016: American Embassy School visits Asha – The American Embassy School, New Delhi hosted Asha’s Associate Director, Freddy Martin and Student Ambassador, Ved Prakash on February 25, 2016. The school has been associated with Asha since the past many years now, and have been visiting Asha each year. Read more…
January 2016: Team from California spends a week at Tigri – It was a matter of great joy for us to have had a team of seven members from United Methodist Church, Davis, California this week. The team was led by Alex who has been bringing teams out annually for the past many years. Read more…
September 2015: 15th Asha Day at Napa Valley – Nearly 200 Asha supporters came together to celebrate Asha Day on August 29th at Hall Winery in Napa Valley, California. The event was hosted by the Congressman of the District, Mike Thompson and his wife Jan Thompson. Read more…
September 2015: Long time Asha supporters organise fundraiser – A delightful couple Dr Praveen and Dr Nalini Prasad hosted an Asha event at their beautiful home in Sacramento, and invited family and friends to attend. Dr Praveen is a neurosurgeon and Dr Nalini a primary care physician. Read more…
September 2015: Dr Kiran’s trip to the USA – Dr Kiran is presently visiting the USA to strengthen ties with old Asha supporters and to meet with many new ones. Asha supporters welcomed Dr Kiran very warmly and were actively involved in organizing her trip including the annual ASHA Day at Napa Valley, California. Read more…
November 2014: 14th annual Asha Day in Napa Valley – On 8th November 2014, supporters in California held the 14th annual Asha Fundraiser at the beautiful Hall Winery in Napa Valley. Organised with a view to spread awareness and raise funds for the work of Asha, the event was attended by long-time supporters of Asha along with many new friends. Read more…
Mrs Louanne Hempton, American Society for Health for All (ASHA)
96, Sweetwater Ave #6, Bedford, MAO1730, USA
ASHA (USA) is a 501 (C) 3 registered charity, EIN #010557632