To alleviate medical inequality both domestically and globally through our four-part approach: spreading awareness, distributing first aid kits, fundraising, and volunteering throughout the community.
We firmly believe in giving back to the community and encouraging the public, especially teenagers, to identify medical inequality as a problem and to crystallize solutions to make an impact towards it. We specifically try to mobilize teenagers because they are the next generation and they are responsible for our country and world's future policies. If they do not recognize the necessity to work on this issue, then medical inequality can get out of control and be devastating.
What Makes Us Unique
Who We Are
We are a group of highly motivated, focused and philanthropic high school from nine different schools: Northview High School, Alpharetta High School, Johns Creek High School, Lambert High School, Chattahoochee High School, Peachtree Ridge High School, Parkview High School, North Oconee High School
Shocked by witnessing medical poverty in countries abroad, such as India and Mexico, Amal Bhatnagar, First Aid For All's founder and president, felt morally responsible to take action. He felt that starting this organization in 2015 would be the best way to take action about this issue. Since then, First Aid For All has involved new members from surrounding schools and grade levels, all of whom believe in the cause, to spread awareness, distribute kits, raise funds and volunteer around the community. Since its inception, our organization has reached new depths in our efforts and has been recognized by different organizations and universities. Although these successes have been great and uplifting, we continue to strive to do the best we can philanthropically.