WIN Foundation

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WIN Foundation

Wheels India Niswarth Foundation (WIN) is a non-profit US 501 c3 organization. WIN’s express purpose is to support and facilitate research and innovation in the areas of Water and Sanitation (WatSan) and Maternal and Child Health (MCH) issues primarily in India and secondarily in other developing and least developed countries. Its primary operating unit is located in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India.

WIN Foundation was established in December 2017, with a generous donation of $2 million by benefactors; Chirag and Priti Patel. They both were born and brought up in Ahmedabad, India before migrating to the US. They consider their donation a form of giving back to their homeland. Chirag Patel and his brother Chintu Patel started a generic pharmaceuticals company called Amneal Pharmaceuticals in 2002. Their efforts of more than 15 years has led to a rapid growth of the company. In 2018, after acquisition of Impax, Amneal Pharmaceuticals Inc. (NYSE: AMRX) is the 5th largest generic and specialty pharmaceutical company in the US, with sales of about $1.8 billion and market capitalization of over $5 Billion. Amneal has approximately 6,500 employees in North America, Asia and Europe. Chirag Patel currently serves as Co-Chairman of Amneal Pharmaceuticals Inc.

Wheels Global Foundation

In 2013, WGF was founded as an independent not for profit organization to provide innovative technology driven solutions to the challenges that affect the global rural population in six areas i.e. Water, Healthcare, Energy, Education, Livelihood and Sustainability. The organization collaborates with other national and international NGOs and non-profit organizations, working to assist a larger rural population globally. The main goal of WGF is to increase access, communication, and funding for technologies and/or charitable missions aimed at improving the living conditions of citizens across the globe through the implementation of sustainable programs.

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