"The Princeton Foundation : Initiatives, Achievements, and Goals" By : Dharma Rajesh

Updated: Oct 10, 2021

Women in poverty, all around the world, may never be able to read. Children in poor countries may never get a proper education. People in war-torn countries may never experience a tranquil moment. All of these people need these basic capabilities like reading and education, but their resources are practically non-existent. Thanks to the Princeton Foundation for Peace and Learning, these people will have a chance to obtain those resources. With the help provided, so many more people will be able to read, learn, and live. Sculpting a new, better world is the goal of the Princeton Foundation for Peace and Learning.

Started in 2011, the foundation focuses on education, world peace, women’s rights, and healthcare. Using a hybrid business-philanthropy approach and dynamic solutions, the foundation finds a lot of success in it’s endeavors. Especially during this difficult time, PFplus has helped many of those struggling from the effects of COVID-19, a worldwide pandemic.

As seen in our site, we have arranged a shipment of medicines, oxygen concentrators and other necessary accessories to India with the shipment cost waived. This shipment program is poised to save countless lives and is ongoing. Not only that, but we plan to make this a global procedure supplying to everyone struggling to stay alive all over the world.

Sadly, women all over the world lack education and the means to learn. Women empowerment is one of the most important topics worldwide and also, one of the most needed. By funding education for women in India, the Princeton Foundation is able to help so many women learn the information they need to be successful. Not only this, but the empowerment program was also publicly recognized on India National TV, Doordarshan!

One of the Princeton Foundation’s greatest impacts is it’s youth ambassador program. By training young teens, many kids are able to make an impact on the world in a big way. The youth ambassadors made an educational video for the American Lung Association and were recognized through social media. This video went from a small project made by young teens, to a reposted and recognized source!

The future holds endless possibilities for the Princeton Foundation. Currently, we are running our SPARK competition, a social enterprise competition that cultivates problem-solving and responsibility. Other than that, many other projects are in the making, ready to help those in need in whatever way possible. Make the world a better place in any way you can by donating, volunteering, or even just spreading the word. As Mother Teresa once said, “Peace begins with a smile.”


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