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Summary | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | Grants | 2010 | 2011-2013 | 2014-2015

The Tamil Nadu India School Fund paid the student fees, bought school supplies, constructed desks, installed ceiling fans, purchased science lab equipment, and built a compound wall that surrounds the school in 2005. The government contributed substantially by building a new wing to house classrooms, science labs, and a computer lab. hindutimes.jpg (64759 bytes)

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In 2006, TNISF added additional science equipment, a generator, academic achievement awards, a basketball court, and four acres of land for future school expansion. Vasanth also bought uniforms and shoes for the Scout troop.
In 2007, TNISF, with the help of Water Missions International and Orient Overseas Container Line, supplied a water purification system for the benefit of the students and the entire village. TNISF also started a school library. summ-oocl.jpg (59268 bytes)
summ-desk.jpg (64743 bytes) In 2008, TNISF established an after-school exam prep program for 10th and 12th graders, created a summer acceleration program for rising 6th graders, constructed additional sanitation facilities at the secondary school, cleared and leveled land behind the school for future school expansion, completed a school library, finished a school computer lab, and provided college scholarships to 33 students.  With the help of three Rotary Clubs in Charleston, South Carolina, the Rotary Club in Tirupattur, India, and The Rotary Foundation, TNISF furnished 149 taluk (county) schools with medical and health supplies.
In 2009, TNISF received a second Rotary grant for $10,200 which allowed the non-profit to purchase 35 feminine hygiene product dispensers. Girls will now be able to attend school every day instead of missing one-fourth of the school year. summ-oocl.jpg (59268 bytes)
summ-desk.jpg (64743 bytes) This past year, Vasanth provided clean water for the Amar Bari Ma Dham ashram, offered health education classes for ashram widows, taught computer classes to local village students, added an air-conditioned computer lab to the Maganurpatti campus, expanded the after-school exam prep program, and continued sending students to college.

TNISF is a 501 (c) (3) Non-Profit Organization