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Delhi Chapter

The chapter is led by Chapter Chair Sanjiv Sachar and General Manager Natasha Lord. They work with partners to support Investees, build capacity and create connections for lasting change.

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The chapter has proved its success as an incubator of model ideas, helping Investees scale from small, single location non-profits to large, venture-funded, pan India social enterprises. Delhi NCR encourages new initiatives by supporting non-profits to create a demonstrable model, as well as with organizational capacity development and networking support for organisations with a nascent proof of concept.

In 2020, the chapter organised a CSR round table, bringing together Foundation and CSR heads of large Indian and multinational companies in the Delhi NCR region. The purpose was to explore opportunities for partnership and collaboration between organisations, to reduce duplication of effort, create a pool of credible non-profits and multiply the impact of funding.

Chapter Partners

Delhi NGO Investees

SVP funds grassroot level, implementing NGOs and provides them monitoring support through our partner network.

Events

23-07-2021,
11:00 AM-
06:00 PM
Category : Chapter
Swasti livelihood programme orientation
24-07-2021,
11:00 AM-
06:00 PM
Field visit with partners to Future Hope, Kolkata
15-07-2021,
05:30 PM-
06:30 PM
Re-imagining Traditional Grant Giving: Innovations in CSR & Philanthropy

Latest Happenings

SVP Delhi partners have been working with investee NGOs on their strategic plans. Udayan Care received inputs on their plan to expand the Aftercare Outreach Program, while partners have been advising Srujna on their B2B platform that will be a marketplace for products made by the women beneficiaries.

SVP Delhi was able to identify worthwhile NGO partners to be the recipients of life-saving medical equipment donated by the NGO Helping Hands Foundation. The four NGOs who received oxygen concentrators were Shaurya in Haryana, Every Infant Matters in Shimla, Centre for Development Initiatives in Assam, and Amar Jyoti in Haryana.

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