• Our goal as a company is to be loved by the communities we operate and live in with a purpose; hence VDart has a history of supporting the communities globally. VDart and its employees directly invest their effort in various programs such as children education programs, leukemia research, leadership and technology training for children, electronic blood banks, clean & green city campaigns, and food for needy.

    VDart also proudly supports organizations such as foster homes, leukemia research foundations, St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, USPAACC Hall-Mark Education foundation and scholarships for students at local schools. In addition, VDart has started some of its own philanthropic organizations including scholarship programs for college and school going children, VDonor- which is an electronic platform which creates instant reach for hospitals and people to have access to blood and VEmpower- a program centered on women empowerment that teaches young girls in poverty ridden villages in India about their true roles in society.

    VDart is a proud supporter of the following organziations

  • FCSF serves a vital and growing need throughout Georgia by providing free clothing, infant equipment and developmental toys to thousands of children in foster and relative care.

    We serve basic-care foster children residing in Georgia's foster homes, administered by the Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS) and children housed by private agencies.

    We also serve grandparents raising grandchildren and parents caring for relative's children for a limited time.

    We partner with Georgia's DFCS for child referral, verification, foster parent recruiting, and foster parent training.

    Foster Care Support Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization


  • Jeffrey’s Voice Inc., is a 501(c)3 public charity, with a single and very clear mission to fund research that will lead to a cure for leukemia and blood cancers. At Jeffrey’s Voice, we know that the best way to help those struggling with leukemia and blood cancers today, and those yet to come, is to find a cure. So, we remain focused on the single goal of reaching the day when no more are lost to these diseases, the day when all remissions are permanent, and the day when there is a cure for all.


  • Beyond The Bell is a Prevention Program working with various State Agencies to provide quality prevention programs and sustainable outcomes. These programs include an Alcohol Prevention Project, where the goal is to reduce heavy and binge drinking among 18-25 year old, A Positive Parenting Program using the Triple P curriculum where the objectives are to increase parents' competence in managing common behavior problems and developmental issues as well as reducing parents' use of coercive and punitive methods of disciplining children; and a Drug Free Communities project where the principal mission is the reduction of youth substance use and underage drinking and establishing and strengthening collaboration among communities and stakeholders to address these issues.

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta (BBBS) has been serving the Metro Atlanta area for nearly fifty years. Our goal is to enrich children’s lives and provide a solid foundation to allow the next generation to be all they can be—one child at a time.

    The Atlanta organization’s rich history is built on a national heritage more than 100 years old. BBBS was founded for the sole purpose of enriching the lives of children and helping them achieve their full potential through professionally-supported, one-to-one mentoring relationships. We know that with your help, this process works.


  • St. Jude is leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. St. Jude has spent more than five decades perfecting its approach to pediatric cancer treatment. Technology, developmental therapeutics, surgeries, multidisciplinary approaches, child psychological support and family services are customized for each patient. The hospital’s research and clinical care has been shared with hospitals around the world, and patients have come to St. Jude from many countries.


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    In 2000, Covenant House Georgia opened its doors to provide shelter and services to Atlanta’s homeless and runaway youth. More than 15,000 youth have received support from CHGA since 2000. Currently, more than 1,300 homeless and at-risk youth are served every year. The waiting list, at times, is dishearteningly long.

    Covenant House Georgia is a full partner of Covenant House International, the largest privately funded agency in the United States providing shelter and services to homeless and at-risk youth.

    A variety of services assist our youth to self-sufficiency. The guiding principle is unconditional love and a door that’s open 24/7. We show everyone trust; you would expect the same.


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    VDonors is a non-profitable unit under VemPower – a CSR Initiative under VDart Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Totally funded by the organization and run by its employees, VDonor’s initiative is towards a noble social cause to connect Volunteer Blood Donors and Recipients in Emergency within Quick-time. The infrastructure consists of a Hi-Tech 24/7 Computer Call Center run by physically challenged people and facilitated with TOLL-FREE Number, Website with Donor Database and Recipient Requests, Location Based SMS Blast, Mobile Apps and other state of art facilities.


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    V-emPower, is a CSR Initiative of VDart wherein the V stands for VDart, emP stands for the emPloyees and Power stands for the emPowerment. Under V-emPower, we support a series of social responsibilities to give it back to our community in which we all are an integrated part.

    • Finishing School for the Underprivileged Students

    • Food & Care for the Needy

    • Swacch Colony for our Locality

    • Clean City – Green City

    • Periodic Online Awareness

    • VDonor

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    Hallmark Scholarships

    USPAACC strongly believes in investing in our future leaders. Since 1989, over a million dollars in scholarship benefits have been awarded through USPAACC.

    Major corporations have established their Hallmark Scholarships with USPAACC, and Asian American businesses have stepped forward to support the Scholarship Program and endow their own scholarships. Today, between ten and twenty scholarships are being awarded every year to high school seniors nationwide for their post-secondary education. Over 3,000 applications are received annually.