Successful Partnerships Expand Our Reach

As the 1st phase of our CBO relief work partnerships comes to successful completion, we look toward the 2nd operational phase that will innoculate over the coming months. We are proud to showcase the amazing work done by each of our ground partners in India. The courage and conviction shown by our selected partners toward their communities during these times of adversity were unanimously optimistic.

Handwashing techniques and sanitary supplies were provided by Ayauskam


Our mission aligned with 32 organizations across India who are each in their own ways assisting those most in need, addressing some of the most pertinent concerns of local communities. In 18 states and 33 districts, an estimated 17000+ recipients will have benefitted.

We give our sincerest thanks and gratitude to every organization we have had the pleasure of working alongside. They have all exemplified how together, our efforts can extend to the furthest corners of rural communities and provide real grassroots solutions as soon as they are needed, without hesitation.


Our Current CBO Relief Partners:

Sarathi Trust       |      Social Action for Rural Community (SARC)
Amhi Amchya Arogysathi       |      The Helping Hands
Social Need Education and Human Awareness (SNEHA)      |      SUPPORT
BUNDELKHAND SEWA SANSTHAN (BSS)      |     Human Welfare Foundation (HWF)
AIDA     |      Thamate
Sutra       |      Alok
Ujjala Samaj       |      Manthan
The AYAUSKAM       |       SPADE
PRAYATNA      |      Manav Sewa Sansthan
Agranee       |      Gram Association
Jan Kalyan Evam Gramin Utthan Sansthan (JKGUS)       |      Balsakha
Tilonia Shodh Evam Vikas Sansthan (TSVS)       |       Parhit Samaj Seva Sanstha
Sanakalp       |       Rasta
DAPTA       |       SRCT
Women, mothers and children are among our key recipients of care


The Work That’s Being Done

Health and safety awareness dissemination, hygiene product distribution, mask distribution, vitamins and supplements, sanitizers and food ration delivery to vulnerable demographics are among some of the key concerns being addressed by partners. Vulnerable demographics include daily wage labourers, widows, tribal communities, pregnant and breastfeeding women, teenage girls, members of LGBTQ communities, farmers and differently-abled citizens.

With continued dedication, we look forward to lasting partnerships with the abovementioned organizations and beyond, enabling us all to serve more remote villages and create enduring resilience among them using unique strategies that are carefully tailored to local needs as they come. This realistic approach promises lasting change that has now proved successful during times of crisis.

A community showcases the masks provided to them by Alok, Bihar