Aligarh Alumni Association of Dallas Fort Worth (AAADFW) was incorporated in the state of Texas on April 29, 2016, with the primary objective being to improve the educational and socio-economic conditions of the underprivileged and minority people living in the U.S. and India. In order to facilitate the foregoing objective, the Aligarh Alumni Association of Dallas-Fort Worth ("the Organization") was formed in Texas on April 24, 2016, as a secular, nonpolitical, all-volunteer, nonprofit organization to serve the underserved and underprivileged. The organization will have no paid staff members and will be completely volunteer driven. Funding for the organization will be provided by its members and friends along with contributions from the general public and corporations.
The primary purposes for which the Organization is organized are as follows:
(a) to mobilize resources in order to improve the education, literary, economic and social conditions of the underserved and underprivileged minority people in the U.S. and India;
(b) to educate and create awareness among the Indian community living in North America and the American community about the economic, educational, and social conditions of the underserved and underprivileged minority people in U.S. and India;
(c) to establish and promote better communications and form networks with non-governmental agencies to serve those who are educationally underserved minority people in U.S. and India;
(e) to promote communication and participation with organizations with similar objectives as the Organization, and form partnerships and alliances of like-minded organizations;
(f) to raise the educational level and promote excellence in education through Awareness, Access and Assistance in the form of scholarships, grants, motivational tools, discussions, and forums for the underserved and underprivileged minority people in U.S. and India;
(g) to work with The Federation of Aligarh Alumni Association (FAAA) a U.S. based 501(C)(3) non-profit to further their goals;
(h) to promote the literacy of the Urdu language;
(i) to help eliminate prejudice and discrimination and foster peace and harmony and defend human and civil rights by offering scholarships at U.S. universities in Texas and helping the underserved and underprivileged;
(k) to raise and manage funds and resources in order to achieve the foregoing charitable objectives.
Members of the organization will work collectively to advance the purpose of the organization. It is our duty to educate the underprivileged by providing them help through grants scholarships. The funds received through the entirety of the corporation’s activities will be used exclusively for the charitable purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and will not be used for personal gains of any sort. The organization and its members will adhere to the arm’s length standard and avoid all conflict of interest. We will provide disaster relief to schools that have been devastated by natural or man mad calamities especially to the underprivileged.