Welcome to Embassy Group's CSR Partnership Network, where we foster meaningful collaborations and partnerships for Outreach initiatives. As a testament to our commitment and care, we have meticulously curated a list of organizations that embody credibility, reliability, and a genuine drive to make a positive impact in society.Through this platform, we encourage and facilitate connections, believing that collaborative efforts are the most powerful and impactful way forward in CSR. Join us in creating a better tomorrow through shared purpose and collective action.
Welcome to Embassy Group's CSR Partnership Network, where we foster meaningful collaborations and partnerships for Outreach initiatives. As a testament to our commitment and care, we have meticulously curated a list of organizations that embody credibility,Read More reliability, and a genuine drive to make a positive impact in society.Through this platform, we encourage and facilitate connections, believing that collaborative efforts are the most powerful and impactful way forward in CSR. Join us in creating a better tomorrow through shared purpose and collective action.Read Less
COLOURS OF LIFE
is a non-profit trust based in Bangalore, striving to uplift over 6000 underprivileged children by helping government schools to transform into institutes of excellence for over 15 years.
They partner with the Education Department, Government of Karnataka, to provide holistic interventions in English and Mathematics, Computer Literacy, Life Skills and Sports. High school students are prepared for higher education through alumni support, scholarships, skill development, industry exposure and job placements.
The Anonymous Indian Charitable Trust
is a registered trust that works towards creating social change in the fields of waste management, soil health, and lake rejuvenation. In partnership with YuvaLok Foundation, a tailoring skill development program called Threads of Life is currently being run for govt. School alumnis and their families in North Bangalore.
aims to empower each child and young person to fulfill his/her highest potential, to live and work with dignity, hope and compassion. Their efforts are focused towards investing in the lives of underprivileged children and young people with compassion through holistic care, education and developing vocational skills.
To learn more, visit their website.
Bangalore North Round Table 25
is a registered trust under the aegis of Round Table India. BNRT25 is one of the 270 chapters in India and since its charter in 1971 has been one of the most active chapters in Round Table India. BNRT25 prides itself on having done innumerable number of projects for betterment of society, and is currently implementing Embassy REIT's CSR health initiatives.
To contribute to the health program across government schools in Bengaluru, please reach out to Venkatesha Thimmegowda, Embassy Group, at venkatesha. firstname.lastname@example.org.
To partner with Bangalore North Round Table 25 and learn more about their work, please reach out to Amit Jain, BNRT25, at email@example.com.
Lila Poonawalla Foundation
(LPF) is a Public Charitable Trust in India and works with a motto ‘Leading Indian Ladies Ahead (LILA)’ towards promoting ‘Girls Education and Women Empowerment’ by offering Merit-cum-Need based Scholarships and relevant Personal & Professional Skill Building programs.
To partner with Lila Poonawala Foundation and learn more about their programs, please reach out to Priti Khare, Lila Poonawala Foundation, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit their website.
is a registered 18-year-old NGO working in the field of rehabilitation of mentally challenged friends (MCFs). The mission of Navkshitij is to create a world that offers mentally challenged friends (MCF) a life filled with happiness, dignity, warmth, excitement and joy and helps them be an accepted part of society, and where parents of adult MCF have the reassurance of seeing their wards leading their lives happily, and in this way motivate and empower other NGOs and parents to start many centres like Navkshitij, replicating the Navkshitij model.
Help the Blind Foundation
is a charitable trust that works towards elevating the economic status of the visually impaired students in India through higher education and employability courses. Since 2010 more than 4000 students have graduated college across 13 states in India, under their sponsorship program.
To partner with Help the Blind Foundation, please reach out to Deepa Krishnamoorthy, Help the Blind Foundation, at email@example.com, or visit their website.
The Association of People with Disability (APD)
India is an NGO that’s transforming the lives of underprivileged people with disability since 1959. Based in Bengaluru, Karnataka, we run extensive programs in rural and urban Karnataka to enable, equip and empower children and adults with a range of disabilities including locomotor, spinal cord injury, speech and hearing, cerebral palsy, and to some extent, mental issues. Till date, we have impacted 500,000+ lives of people with disability.
To partner with APD or learn more, visit their website.
The Arts and Cultural Heritage Trust (TAACHT)
was registered under the Indian Trusts Act, 1882 in New Delhi in 2015. It was set up with the primary goal to open and operate a world-class, physical museum and memorial on the Partition. TAACHT also has a strong focus on alternative education and research to protect and learn from our cultural heritage and history. A current project of theirs is the restoration of the Dara Shikho Library Building in Old Delhi, to create a gallery dedicated to the Sindhi community who lost their homeland and were displaced during the partition of India in 1947. This project is supported by Embassy and The Sindhi Culture Foundation, who will be responsible for curating the gallery.
To partner with The Arts and Cultural Heritage Trust on this project, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org