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HC4A Awards

Hindu Charities for America (HC4A) recently awarded over $110,000 in scholarships to economically disadvantaged students in the Austin area.

The scholarships were awarded to students who are pursuing degrees in a variety of fields, including health, business, and technology.



The scholarships were awarded by HC4A’s partner organizations, which include Capital Idea, Austin Community College, Foundation Communities, Share the Will, and the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired. The scholarship recipients were selected based on their academic achievement, financial need, and commitment to community service.


“We are proud to support these talented students who are working to achieve their educational goals,” said HC4A Founder Harish Kotecha. “These scholarships will help them overcome financial barriers and pursue their dreams.”


HC4A is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to helping economically disadvantaged students achieve their educational goals. The organization provides a variety of programs and services, including scholarships and school supplies.


“We believe that education is the key to success,” said Kotecha. “We are committed to helping students break the cycle of poverty and build a better future for themselves and their families.”

The HC4A scholarship program is a vital resource for students who are struggling to afford higher education. The scholarships provide much-needed financial assistance to students who would not otherwise be able to pursue their educational goals.


“I am so grateful for the HC4A scholarship,” said scholarship recipient Kayla Hastings who is enrolled with Texas School of Blind and Visually Impaired. “This scholarship will my books as well as my housing and my meal plan.”


The HC4A scholarship program is a shining example of the organization’s commitment to helping students achieve their dreams. The organization is making a real difference in the lives of students who are struggling to afford college, and it is helping to create a more equitable society.


Abhay Samant, HC4A Director, also announced a Pilot Program to provide Certification courses to students in partnership with both African American Youth Harvest Foundation and University of Texas UT. Abhay said “ GET A QUOTE”


If you would like to learn more about HC4A or to make a donation to support the scholarship program, please visit the organization’s website at www.ec4a.org.


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Mayor Kirk Watson’s Comments

“I’m envious but part of the reason I am really envious is because you’ve so much future in front of you …. when you participate in giving back the way Hindu Charities For America have done because you can play it forward and that’s very important thing…. I want to say thank you thank you for letting me be part of this.”


Mayor Watson’s comments reflect the importance of giving back to the community. He is grateful to HC4A for their commitment to helping students achieve their educational goals, and he encourages others to get involved in similar efforts.


Hindu Charities for America Awards $110,000 in Scholarships to Economically Disadvantaged Students


Hindu Charities for America (HC4A) recently awarded over $110,000 in scholarships to economically disadvantaged students in the Austin area. The scholarships were awarded to students who are pursuing degrees in a variety of fields, including health, business, and technology.


The scholarships were awarded by HC4A’s partner organizations, which include Capital Idea, Austin Community College, Foundation Communities, Share the Will, and the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired. The scholarship recipients were selected based on their academic achievement, financial need, and commitment to community service.


“We are proud to support these talented students who are working to achieve their educational goals,” said HC4A President Ashok Kumar. “These scholarships will help them overcome financial barriers and pursue their dreams.”


HC4A is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to helping economically disadvantaged students achieve their educational goals. The organization provides a variety of programs and services, including scholarships, tutoring, and mentoring.

“We believe that education is the key to success,” said Kumar. “We are committed to helping students break the cycle of poverty and build a better future for themselves and their families.”


The HC4A scholarship program is a vital resource for students who are struggling to afford college. The scholarships provide much-needed financial assistance to students who would not otherwise be able to pursue their educational goals.


“I am so grateful for the HC4A scholarship,” said scholarship recipient Maria Garcia. “This scholarship will help me pay for my tuition and books, and it will allow me to focus on my studies without worrying about finances.”


The HC4A scholarship program is a shining example of the organization’s commitment to helping students achieve their dreams.


The organization is making a real difference in the lives of students who are struggling to afford college, and it is helping to create a more equitable society. (Continued On Page 24)

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