The Mumbai chapter, led by Chapter Chair Amita Chauhan and CEO Karishma Dixit is made up of extremely dedicated and engaged partners who give their Maximum efforts to support our NGO portfolio, here in the Maximum City.
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The Mumbai Chapter of SVP India continues to grow at a dynamic pace, and currently, we have over a hundred involved partners, each giving their time and skills to support our portfolio of more than 10 NGOs.
In November 2022, the Chapter played host to SVP partners from across India in a 2 day event that brought people together for the first time since the pandemic. The event featured workshops, panel discussions, and seminars, all designed to help partners on their philanthropic journey. It was a charged 48 hours of celebration, connection, and inspiration.
With the addition of so many new partners in the Chapter, we are looking to add new NGOs to our portfolio, and so our Grants Committee is hard at work, evaluating new non-profits that will be a good fit for the Mumbai Chapter of SVP India.
Mumbai NGO Investees
Currently Mumbai Chapter does not offer
the Corporate Partnership program
Partners visited Vacha Charitable Trust to learn about their interventions for empowering young girls in urban Bastis of the city. Girl mentors at Vacha interacted with the partners to share their views on issues faced by women in the community and their initiatives to overcome them.
SVP Mumbai All Partner Meeting: A room full with ideas, updates, learning, reflections, and lots of fun time connecting with one another.
The Mumbai chapter signed off with Maya Care. Maya Care provides services for senior citizens in a professional and safe environment through their expanding network of trained volunteers. It has been supported by SVP Pune since 2021
The Mumbai chapter onboarded two new partner units – Arti & Akanksha Jain and Rajendra & Yashodhara Adsul! We wish them an enriching philanthropy journey.
Our Mumbai partners had a lovely time learning from Green Communities Foundation and the women residing in and around the Aarey Colony in Mumbai on some effortless yet effective ways of managing waste at home.
Our Mumbai partners visited Mann – Center for individuals with special needs, to meet the team and look at their impactful work with individuals with special needs. They have transformed the lives of so many individuals who are now earning members of their families.