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Mumbai Chapter

The Mumbai chapter, led by Chapter Chair Amita Chauhan and General Manager Arshiya Mecklai 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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A new initiative of the Mumbai Chapter is our Employment and Organizational Development Councils. These councils, made up of partners with knowledge of these domains, were set up after observing that our portfolio of supported NGOs had recurring needs for support in both these areas.

The Employment Council identifies and presents information on wide-scale employment opportunities, from both the government and private sector to our NGOs so that they gain an understanding of the employment landscape and how this applies to their beneficiaries.

The Organizational Development Council, using the SVP Capability Maturity Model as the guiding framework, will work to support NGO Lead Partners and NGO senior management with focused inputs in key areas like leadership coaching, and human resources. This support will help the NGO with long-term stability and sustainability.

Chapter Partners

Mumbai NGO Investees

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

What our Partners and Investees say

Naina Agrawal

Lead Partner

Mumbai

“The idea of being able to work closely with NGOs and make a difference attracted me to SVP. Although I’ve just started here, I feel fulfilled and energized about being able to contribute!”




Naina Agrawal

Naina Agrawal

Lead Partner

Mumbai

“The idea of being able to work closely with NGOs and make a difference attracted me to SVP. Although I’ve just started here, I feel fulfilled and energized about being able to contribute!”




Krishnan Neelakantan

Lead Partner

Mumbai

“There is a budding philanthropist in most of us. SVP helps us to start contributing in some way and provides a shared vision, access to a network, and role models to do more and do it better. Being part of a group with the right intent and strong capabilities is motivating and makes it fun!”

Krishnan Neelakantan

Krishnan Neelakantan

Lead Partner

Mumbai

“There is a budding philanthropist in most of us. SVP helps us to start contributing in some way and provides a shared vision, access to a network, and role models to do more and do it better. Being part of a group with the right intent and strong capabilities is motivating and makes it fun!”

What our partners and investees
have to say

Naina Agrawal

Naina Agrawal

Lead Partner

Mumbai

“The idea of being able to work closely with NGOs and make a difference attracted me to SVP. Although I’ve just started here, I feel fulfilled and energized about being able to contribute!”




Krishnan Neelakantan

Krishnan Neelakantan

Lead Partner

Mumbai

“There is a budding philanthropist in most of us. SVP helps us to start contributing in some way and provides a shared vision, access to a network, and role models to do more and do it better. Being part of a group with the right intent and strong capabilities is motivating and makes it fun!”

Events

23-07-2021,
11:00 AM-
06:00 PM
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

Partner Luis Miranda was part of the “How did Policy impact our Pandemic response” discussion – our third SVP India Learning Session, in partnership with the Indian School of Public Policy.

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The Employment Council was delighted to host Mr. Manish Sabharwal, Founder of Team Lease, as a speaker two weeks ago. Manish provided very valuable perspective on the employment landscape, and both NGOs and partners were very grateful for his insights.

Partner Sudhir Shenoy in conjunction with Adventures Beyond Barriers Foundation(ABBF), worked to fund and organize a Covid vaccination camp for 400 people with disabilities and their caregivers.

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