We create customized CSR strategies aligned with your company’s values, expertise, products, stakeholder expectations and long-term vision and drive effective implementation leading to long-lasting change within communities you work with and causes you espouse
From philanthropists to foundations to individual donors, we propagate informed giving practices, facilitate conversations among sector players, build sector knowledge, help raise funds for causes, and design programs that improve lives at a systemic level
We work closely with our network of NGOs across India to bring you access to funding, partnerships with companies, new models, in-kind donations, enhanced communications capabilities and much more. Join our network today to make your work strategic, scalable and sustainable
Our impact is widespread and intensive. From women's health to free eye check-ups for children, from financial literacy to safe waste disposal, from vocation training of youth to employment opportunities for rural communities - our programs have helped change millions of lives
Educational Initiatives, in partnership with Samhita Social Ventures, organized the second National CSR Leadership Conference on ‘Improving Quality of Education – Role of CSR’ on 26th of February 2015 at the MCA Recreation Center in Mumbai.
Educational Initiatives, in partnership with Samhita Social Ventures, organized a one day National CSR Leadership Conference on ‘Improving Quality of Education – Role of CSR’ on 29th January 2015 at the Westin, Gurgaon.
The U.S. Consulate General, Chennai in collaboration with Samhita Social Ventures and Global India Fund, sought to empower participants with new and emerging technology resources through TechCamp Chennai. Over 65 leaders from the social sector, 13 university students and 10 technology experts attended the event on February 06, 2015 at Hotel Savera, Chennai.
Narendra Modi’s Swach Bharat Abhiyan has in hindsight created new thriving business opportunities. The campaign is India’s biggest drive for sanitation and availability of potable water – the two sectors that always remained at the back stage.