Founded in 2011, Children Education Foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, non-profit organization for orphan children and underprivileged youth. We are located in Los Altos, CA, providing financial support to schools and orphanages in Nepal, Africa, and Brazil. Our initiative aims to meet children’s basic needs, including food, clothing, medical care, and educational requirements.
In addition, we support and promote The Virtues Education for all schools and orphanages across the world. It is a global grassroots initiative to inspire the practice of virtues in all aspects of life. That said, we aim to encourage volunteers to visit these schools and orphanages and provide holistic care to young people in need.
Children Education Foundation has been established to improve the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of orphans and disadvantaged children in Nepal, Africa, and Brazil.
We believe every child deserves a chance to succeed in life, no matter their circumstances. By providing financial resources and loving support to less fortunate children and orphans, we hope to transform their lives and empower them to succeed in the future.
Our fervent hope and desire that as these children grow older, they will share these values and, in turn, transform the lives of others in their communities, cities, countries, and eventually the world.
Do you know that over 5,000 children in the world become orphaned each day? Today, there are more than 150 million orphaned children worldwide. Is there anything that we can do to save the lives of at least a few of these children? Is there anything our children can do to help other children in need?
A UNICEF study* covering 29 countries found that an average of 86% of the children in those countries has experienced physical punishment in their parent’s home. Millions of these orphans are refugees, stateless and internally displaced by conflict, or victims of human rights violations and natural disasters. In Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia, a total of 1.3 million children live in institutional care. Most of these children had to cope with domestic violence, neglect, physical or mental punishment, and emotional or sexual abuse.
It has always been my passion and desire to contribute to society and make a difference in the lives of less fortunate people around the world, particularly children and orphans. My resources alone are limited and cannot reach far and wide enough to have an impact. So, I humbly extend my hands and invite you to join me in this worthy cause. Collectively, we can make a difference and improve the lives of those who desperately need our support. We all have to rise to this challenge, educate our children to reverse this trend, and work together to make a difference in the lives of these neglected orphans.
Would you like to be an example to your children and those around you? Would you like to change the lives of your children and family, as well as the lives of a few orphans halfway around the world for the better? Then please help us make this dream come true.
Children Education Foundation
Mr. Parvini is currently the Operation Manager/Owner of the Little Prodigy Preschool & Daycare Center in Mountain View, CA, with more than 150 children up to 5 years. In addition, he is also the President of Radiant Century Productions. His latest documentary film, the Promise of World Peace- A Bahai Perspective, has reached 67 countries worldwide in several languages. Mr. Parvini received his degree in Industrial Management from California State University East Bay and has over 30 years of experience in International Business and Real Estate Development.
Ms. Rout holds a bachelor’s degree in International Development Studies from the University of Calgary and a master’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Athabasca. She was born in Canada but grew up in Rwanda, where her family runs Anderson Association, a full-time, non-profit organization. Currently, she is residing in Mountain View, CA, with her husband and children.
Moreover, she is passionate about event coordinating and community building. Ms. Rout has also traveled, worked, and volunteered across the world. So far, she has visited over 50 countries, including Nepal, Afghanistan, and the Kingdom of Tonga.