Eegan Inc.

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Entering Fourth Year

December 20, 2010

Eegan Inc. has entered into its fourth year of service effective September 27, 2010. With avid support from people like you, Eegan’s dream of uplifting the society by helping the needy is sustainable. The volunteer Directors of Eegan extend their sincere appreciation and thanks for your support in making this happen. Thank you!

Here is a good news: The first recipient of eegan Scholar – India gets the first job offer!

Jayaganesh, the first recipient of the eegan Scholar – India scholarship is finishing his Diploma course in Civil Engineering at Alagappa Polytechnic College (Karaikudi, Tamilnadu, India) in April 2011. Due to his excellent credentials, Jayaganesh has been offered a job at Larsen & Toubro, a premier engineering organization in India, as soon as he finishes his course. You may know more about the background of Jayaganesh from Eegan’s newsletter dated September 27, 2008.


Entering Third Year

October 3, 2009

Eegan Inc. has stepped into its third year of service effective September 27, 2009. At this juncture, we would like to thank all our patrons and volunteers who made our mission a success. Due to generosity of our patrons, Eegan supports 29 needy people of whom 16 are destitute elders and 13 are budding students aspiring higher education.

Ms. Shanmugapriya finished her grade 12 and wanted to continue her education. However, due to her family condition she could not afford college education. Her father is working as a bell boy in a local motel and is earning a monthly income of INR 2,000 (approximately $44). With the family of four with 2 female children it is difficult for the family to make both ends meet. Ms. Shanmugapriya learned about Eegan’s services through her friend and approached for help. Eegan promised to help her if she could secure an admission in a college. She applied for admission in Thiruchendur Govindamaal Aadhithanar College to earn a Bachelors degree in Computer Applications and succeeded in securing admission. The rest is history. Now she is being supported by Eegan and the organization will stand behind her until she finishes her college in good standing. In her own words, if she was not helped by Eegan, she would have been working in a local store to support her family. Eegan Scholar – India is designed to help students like Ms. Shanmugapriya. It is a project that helps to make the dream of higher education come true for students that come from poor families who cannot afford to spend money on higher education.


Entering Second Year

September 27, 2008

September 27, 2008 marks the beginning of the second year for Eegan’s quest for serving the society.  On this occasion, the Eegan volunteer Directors extend their whole hearted appreciation to Eegan's patrons for their first year support which made a positive difference in the lives of people in need.  Thank you!

Our Mission is to provide food, clothing, shelter, medical care/assistance, education and vocational/professional training to the section of the society who are deprived of these basic needs.  This mission is backed by our vision to uplift society by helping people directly and by helping people to help themselves.

We are pleased to report that during its very first year, Eegan has committed to educating 8 bright students through the project “eegan Scholar – India” and enriching the lives of 12 senior citizens through the project “India-60.”


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