Solani is a federally qualified 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, EIN: 86-1807203. The nonprofit opens doors to higher education through students’ scholarship programs and active participation in many aspects of their immediate communities.
Public Health Missions in the US and Internationally, focusing on Preventive Health, Humanitarian Campaign, and Zoonotic education in low-income, poverty-stricken locales, and developing countries. The goal is to assist the sick in securing the medical attention they need. To help both the healthy and ill understand their environment better health-wise and pursue ways to maintain a healthier lifestyle through health education.
Solani provides various philanthropic options to donors who support its educational programs. These include donations of cash, securities, and planned giving through trusts, gift annuities, and bequests. To see which donation options might best meet your needs, please explore the Donate section of this website.
How We Do It
All Scholarship programs, including those it operates in partnership with other organizations, are based upon the following principles:
• State the intention and goal(s) transparently when borrowing a student’s story, returning to the student to ask permission each time the story is shared anew.
• Make clear to students that they are under no obligation to share personal stories, will experience no repercussions for declining, and have the final editing authority.
• Ensure informed consent, including discussing risk and safety and consistently placing student well-being first.
• Not dictate, prescribe, or script anyone’s story; commit to storytelling from the point of strength and not victimization.
Solani is a federally qualified independent nonprofit organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, EIN: 86-1807203. The Foundation adheres to operational transparency principles and will conduct annual reviews of its financial statements by independent accountants.
Solani Public Health Missions focus on Preventive Health, Humanitarian Campaign, and Zoonotic education in low income, poverty-stricken locales in the United States and developing countries.
Our goal is to assist the sick in securing the medical attention they need. We want to help the healthy and ill better understand the health ramifications of their relationships with their environments and pursue ways to maintain a healthier lifestyle through health education.
We are working to form an active collaboration with a team of administrators and volunteers within the US and in developing nations to identify who and where assistance is needed the most. Our future missions will consist of doctors, dentists, ophthalmologists, nurses, therapists, and coordinating personnel. The mission participants are all self-supporting – they pay for their travel, accommodation, and food expenses. If you want to participate in an upcoming mission, please contact us on our volunteer page. We need people with all kinds of skill sets – not just medical. Please consider joining us if you have organizational skills and language skills.
Scholarships for international students from developing nations studying in the United States.
Solani will select students based on financial need, academic potential, and character.
The Foundation will Seek open, honest communication with students.