Announcement
  • Chairman, Dr. Vikrambhai's visit near your city... April 14 - San Francisco area - California (Samir Patel: 650-395-7219)
  • April 20 - Kaajal Oza Vaidya - Calgary/ Alberta (Jayshree Patel: 403-618-2017)
  • April 21 - Kaajal Oza Vaidya - Edmonton/ Alberta (Dhaval Shah: 780-242-3616)
  • April 22 - Kaajal Oza Vaidya - Regina/ Saskatchewan (Ashok Patel: 780-893-2700)
  • April 27 - Kaajal Oza Vaidya - St. Louis-MO (Prasand Patel 314-495-8686)
  • April 28 - Kaajal Oza Vaidya - Houston/ Texas (Nina Desai: 713-446-7962)
  • April 29 - Phoenix / Arizona - (Niyanta Patel: 480-586-1602)
  • April 30 - Pittsburgh-PA (Kirit Shah: 412-203-3414)
  • May 2nd - Kaajal Oza Vaidya - Cincinnati, OH (Kirit Patel: 765-977-2500)
  • May 3rd - Dayton, OH (Kirit Patel: 765-977-2500)
  • May 4th - Kaajal Oza Vaidya - New Jersey (Bharat Patel: 908-812-3420)
  • May 5th - Chicago, IL (Manhar Parikh: 847-452-5242)
  • May 6th to 8th - New York & New Jersey area (Dr.Yogendra Patel: 718-877-8774)

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Making a donation

Nearly 80% of the resources required by the Ashram are generated in the campus itself. However MSA relies on donations to fulfill 20% of its requirements. The villagers living around MSA cannot afford the rates for operations and are generally treated for free.MSA follows a policy of never ignoring the patient due to lack of funds.

Nearly 98% of the donations MSA receives are used for the betterment of the society, while only 2% of the donations are used for overhead & administrative expense and for developing promotional material. MSA needs donations to ensure well-being of the people and make the society a better place to live. MSA's success depends on the kindness and generosity of its well-wishers.