Social Programs include: the House of Joy, a home for destitute children which currently shelters, clothes and feeds 35 students in a holistic Christian living environment; the Asian Christian High School – an accredited Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) school for students, grades K–10 where students from the rural villages of India receive a quality Christian-focused education, equal to or better than what they might receive in a major Indian city, at a very low cost and Agape Hospital, a low or no-cost clinic for residents of the hundreds of villages in Bangalore. In addition to state-of-the-art medical treatments, patients receive Christian counsel.
Since the Asian Christian Academy was formed its activities have expanded to include several other outreach programs:
One Foundation has supported the Asian Christian Academy and its endeavors for many years and will continue to do so in the future.
“Some of you might not know that the ‘U’ in UC Funds stands for “Ubuntu.” It’s a South African word that means ‘I am because of you.’ Ubuntu perfectly embodies my philosophy when I started UC Funds back in 2010. I knew that without our clients, employees, and the relationships built over the past 20+ years, we would not be as successful and I would not be in the position I am today.”