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Hyderabad Chapter

The Hyderabad chapter is led by Chapter Chairs Narendra Paruchuri and Ram Kaundinya, and General Manager Aamrapali Sharma. Our partners provide strategic and expert counsel to our NGOs, enabling their long-term visions.




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SVP Hyderabad chapter’s ambitious vision is to improve the livelihood of at least one lakh families/households in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh through engaged philanthropy, over the next five years.

We are creating a roadmap for the next five years with actionable objectives and year-wise goals across the shortlisted verticals as per the interest areas and expertise of our partners. The main focus areas for each strategic intervention are, building an entrepreneurial mindset, initiating concrete and sustainable alternative livelihood activities, capacity building, strategy development, and promoting programs that provide employability skills.

Chapter Partners

Hyderabad NGO Investees

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

Corporate Partners

Currently Hyderabad Chapter does not offer
the Corporate Partnership program

Latest Happenings

Presenting Project Ankurum: Aamrapali, Sunita & Usha (lead partners) shared their experience and journey of working on Project Ankurum!

Celebrating the 1st cohort of Youth for Philanthropy: The initiative aims to engage the youth, in the city, in the social space by contributing to our partner NGOs with their skills and expertise.

Access Livelihood organized the inaugural ceremony of their fourth cohort of the Women Entrepreneurship Program, at ISB, where our SVP Hyderabad partner Charu Srinivasan joined as a Chief guest. Mr. Ram Kaundinya and C.Paparao also joined the event to support ALC.

SVP India cheerfully welcomes two new nonprofit organizations to its SVP Hyderabad Chapter.
Chitrika Artisans Foundation has demonstrated the inherent capacity of women artisans and
Coding For All – is a nonprofit leading the digital inclusion movement in India

When our partner Suresh Challa noticed the ‘Health Sector’ crisis in the rural areas of Narayanpet, he envisioned ‘Setting up a Mobile Medical Clinic.’ Along with his friend Sai Pratap, Suresh kick-started ‘AAROGYA VAHINI’ with a vision of advancing health and well-being in marginalized communities through preventive healthcare management.

SVP India Hyderabad chapter celebrates Mayura Balasubramanian and switha grandhi, founder of our partner NGOs, Craftizen Foundation and Chitrika – India, receiving a prestigious #WTINationalaward and celebrating #WomenEntrepreneurs across the country. 


06:00 PM-
07:15 PM
Learning Session #5: Unheard Voices from the Kashmir Valley
05:30 PM-
07:00 PM
Hybrid Mumbai Partner Meet – Sep 6
Pathways Conversation – SVP Ahmedabad


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