In addition to leading new green business endeavours, and systematically transforming old practices, we also support those who help rejuvenate our planet. #ButThisIsNotEnough. By giving your time and your resources, you too can help drive positive change in the lives of people all around the world.

Check out the NGOs below – which we support – and now, you can too.

Naandi Foundation

Founded in 1998 as a Public Charitable Trust with the aim to eliminate poverty. Works in the areas of safe drinking water, sanitation, safe motherhood, and early childhood development, including tackling malnutrition.

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Swades Foundation

A grassroots NGO focussed on uplifting a million lives out of poverty every 5-6 years through structured interventions in Health & Nutrition, Education, Water & Sanitation and Economic Development.

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NM Sadguru Water and Development Foundation

Began in 1974. Endeavours to develop and expand environmentally, technically, socially sound natural resource interventions leading to empowerment of rural community including women.

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Srijan

Established in 1997. Grassroots implementation and support agency that promotes sustainable and self-reliant models of rural development through interventions in agriculture, horticulture, natural resource management, and dairy and livestock management

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Dilasa Janvikas Pratishthan

Formed in 1991. Works to uplift the environmental, social and economic status of rural people through sustainable natural resource management. Promotes holistic, integrated approaches to women’s empowerment, conservation and regeneration of nature.

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Pradan

Created in 1983. Helps people in marginalized communities by working in areas of social mobilization, food security, natural resource management, livelihood training, and others.

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