Young Leaders

Join Hands to Make the Difference

The Youth

Silicon Andhra believes in the power of youth to serve the community in a very meaningful way. Silicon Andhra believes together we can do great things. Do you know that the majority of charitable donations nationwide come from people who give between $10 and $20? Cash donations from individuals or families can be solicited through letter-writing campaigns, phone calls, door-to-door canvassing, and through SiliconAndhra website. The collective soul of this proposed Silicon Andhra Sanjivani Hospital would be built with the generous support of thousands of donors across the globe.

The simple motto is that ‘Each Give a Little to Create a Lot’. Our belief is that if we extend our hand, people will get up and be able to stand on their own to lead a happy life with a bright future. Ordinary people together can do extraordinary things. Sanjivani Hospital could be made a reality by thousands of dreamers coming together. Earnestly hope that if we all do this so we might just awake to a better world we all want to live in happily.


The Young Leaders

Silicon Andhra is looking for young Young Leaders who are passionate about community service without borders. The Young Leaders reach out to make a significant social impact in rural India with the current Sanjivani Hospital project. If you are passionate about the opportunity to bring positive change in the lives of many people and contribute to better healthcare in rural communities, then you are a Future Young Leader for Humanity. Silicon Andhra welcomes you to join FYLH Team.

What is expected of a The Young Leader?

  • The Young Leader is expected to create awareness about better healthcare in rural India
  • The Young Leader should work closely with a  FYLH Mentor
  • The Young Leader is self-driven to reach out to potential donors
  • The Young Leader need to maintain and enter all the donor’s data online as directed
  • The Young Leader should deposit in the bank or pay online all the donation amounts with the help of parents
  • The Young Leader could take all the necessary help and guidance from the FYLH Mentor to reach the goals
  • The Young Leader should use all promotional material provided online and offline
  • The Young Leader should take the help from parents, friends and relatives to propagate the mission of providing better healthcare in rural India
  • The Young Leader should experience the FUN part of FUNdraising

The Young Leader Qualifications

  • The Young Leader should be in the age group of 8 years to 25 years
  • Passion for community service
  • Ability to reach out to people with good communication skills
  • Internet Savvy



Congratulations on your first step towards serving humanity in rural India. While you passionately drive the simple motto of “Each Give a Little to Create a Lot “, to give affordable care to the rural population in India. SiliconAndhra would like you  have a  targeted approach to accomplish desired goals and receive awards for your humanitarian work towards Project SANJIVANI.

The Program will run in 4 cycles.


Fall Winter Spring Summer
        Sept 1st - Nov 30th        Dec 1st - Feb 28th                 March 1st - May 31st           June 1st - Aug 31st



Kids who accomplished above targets will also receive a Certificate of Appreciation, for their efforts.

       Download Donor Data Sheet 

Amrutha Chintalapudi
Duluth, GA

Senior in Tufts University. Bio major. Captain for tufts classical team (pulse). Passionate to serve the needy and give back to community.

Sreeveda Sreepada
San Jose, CA

Sreeveda has been very passionate about people and their health care. He raised funds for Sanjeevani hospitable through various activities including performing street plays, singing, and facebook fundraisers.

Anila Chundi
San Jose, CA

I am Anila Chundi and I have been an FYLH volunteer for a year and a half. I have worked with others to host events and do fundraisers to raise money for FYLH. I enjoy working with others to raise money for a cause that provides the poor with basic needs. In the future, I would like to continue volunteering for FYLH to help more people in India.

Rohan Chintalapudi
Duluth, GA

Mentor : Jyothi Chintalapudi

Vishwas Duggirala
Saron, MA

Mentor : Sreedevi Duggirala

Vaibhav Duggirala
Sharon, MA

Mentor : Sreedevi Duggirala

Sreya Rayaprolu
San Jose, CA

Mentor : Vani Gundlapalli


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