Inspiration for Continued Philanthropy

Inspiration for Continued Philanthropy

September 16, 2021 |
Author: Lata Krishnan & Ajay Shah, Indiaspora Philanthropy Leaders List Honorees
Ajay Banga sat down with Lata Krishnan and Ajay Shah to discuss the importance of investing for strong US-India relations at American India Foundation’s Bay Area Spring Celebration. This fireside chat highlighted an impressive $5 million contribution from the Krishnan-Shah… Read more
Nature Connects Everyone and Everything

Nature Connects Everyone and Everything

September 9, 2021 |
Author: Sheela Balaji, Chairperson and Managing Trustee of AIM for Seva
In a village, everything is connected and interdependent in some way to everything else. Manjakkudi, a village in Tiruvarur district of Tamil Nadu is no different. Over the last twenty years that I have been working in this village, I… Read more
Saajha’s Impact on Education

Saajha’s Impact on Education

September 9, 2021 |
Author: Saransh Vaswani, Co-founder of Saajha
Deepika Ji* is a single parent of two children and works as a domestic house cook. Unlike her brother, she never got an opportunity to study, as her parents preferred to educate only their son. Originally from Uttar Pradesh, she… Read more
The CoVideo Project: A Youth Initiative

The CoVideo Project: A Youth Initiative

September 1, 2021 |
Author: Elson Bankoff, Writer and Activist
When the pandemic first began, and we were told that we would miss school for two weeks, I let out one of the few sighs among the many, many cheers that filled the hallways. I knew I would miss my… Read more
How Glific helps NGOs scale two-way communication

How Glific helps NGOs scale two-way communication

December 11, 2020 |
Author: Abhishek Sharma, Product designer of Glific, a tool that enables NGOs to send and receive WhatsApp messages
In mid-2020, as COVID-19 started being more pervasive and local communities started locking things down, most NGOs were faced with the challenge of not being able to reach their beneficiaries. They had to re-evaluate how they would conduct their programme… Read more