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Host NGOs for the Fellowship

NGO will be updated on an ongoing basics

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Sampoorna Shiksha is an education platform for like-minded people for education and skill development projects so that every child can become a great student and fulfil his dreams.

Their mission is to educate India's less privileged through innovative and low cost models

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321 Education since 2012, has delivered impactful, user-focused and data-driven programs to educators to ensure quality education for the most vulnerable and marginalized students. Their current aim is to ensure the attainment of foundational learning outcomes for over half a million children by 2025.

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Kshamata is a home where survivors restart their lives. It gives them their first friends, first family, the first experience of self-employment, first job, first fight, first resolve and the first place they can trust

Kshamata 's mission is to touch lives and bring liberation by empowering women and adolescent girls faced with vulnerable and exploitative situations to become respected, productive and earning citizens by providing opportunities for training, employment and reintegration in society.


Project Mumbai is on A Mission To Empower Communities And Help The Helpless.

As a Model of Public-Private-People partnership, Project Mumbai has a vision of making Mumbai–and the extended Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR)–a better place to live, work, play with every citizen volunteering to do his/her/their bit for the community as we at Project Mumbai, playing the role of a catalyst—ensuring social transformation through initiatives of scale.

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Spark-a-change Foundation ensures transformational change in school-going children from low-income backgrounds by providing them with knowledge, values, skills and supports through joyous, positive experiences from interaction with well-intentioned, educated adults to help them excel.

Their programs are designed to bridge learning gaps in school education using a robust curriculum delivered by educated, skilled volunteers and supplemented with co-curricular activities aimed to provide holistic developmental experiences and build them into responsible future citizens


Make-A-Wish India started granting wishes in 1995 and since then we have fulfilled over 77,358 (as of 31st March 2022) wishes across 11 divisions in India. The Foundation is dedicated to granting the most cherished wish of children between the ages of 3 and 18 years, living with critical illnesses, irrespective of their socio-economic status, caste, race, or religion.


Toybank believes that investing in the mental development of at-risk children through early childhood development programs ensures that they have the right stimulation and nurturing for a better perspective towards life in their adulthood.

Toybank's approach is to develop programs and initiatives, particularly focusing on the behavioural and mental growth of at-risk children in their most impressionable years of life.
Toybank collaborates with institutions in Urban and Rural India by setting up Play Centers within their premises and conducts Educational Play Sessions, Team building Activities and other Development Workshops at these libraries through morally correct Board Games and Toys.

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Sparsha Charitable Trust is a non-profit organisation based in Sion, Mumbai and aims to touch the nearby underprivileged, providing access to basic human needs and help them to achieve better living circumstances.


DBM INDIA (DBM) is a humanitarian organization working to create lasting change in the lives of children, families and communities living in poverty & injustice.

DBM INDIA serves all people regardless of religion, caste, race, ethnicity or gender. It is under the legal umbrella of Navasrushti International Trust and has set its objective as creating Hunger-Free-Communities. With a modest beginning of providing Midday meals in one school to 50 children, the organization has grown to a commendable force having its own infrastructure facilities providing education, health care, livelihood skills, empowerment and placements. 

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