MANUVIKASA is an NGO working in Uttara Kannada and Haveri District of Karnataka State on natural resources conservation especially water conservation and bio-diversity conservation, women empowerment, education support to poor and orphan children and livelihood development of small farmers and land less labors. MANUVIKASA is started in 2003 in Karjagi village, Siddapur Taluk of Uttatra Kannada District and working in Two Districts, 14 Blocks and around 45000 families.

Casa Foundation (CF) is an Indian registered trust with 80G. CF plays a facilitating role by coordinating, monitoring and funding development projects led by local NGOs in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. In Bangalore, we work with the NGO Dream india Network. We help this NGO in managing foster homes welcoming very vulnerable children from the street of Bangalore. We give them access to a home and personal care, medical assistance and an education in private schools.

Compassion Unlimited Plus Action (CUPA) is a non-profit, non-government organization setup in 1991 Miss Crystal Rogers, a British woman who left her life in England to start a the first-ever animal shelter in the Delhi in the 1960s that would take in suffering animals and provide a safe space for healing and happiness. CUPA provides rescue and relief to thousands of injured, ill and needy street animals in Bangalore, Karnataka. Animals that come hurt, sick or abandoned are given the care and treatment they need to recover and then be re-homed or rehabilitated.

‘ASHRAYA’ is a registered, non profit organization started in 1982. ASHRAYA’S mission is to provide non-institutional solutions for underprivileged children through education and family support and to socially and economically empower abused, destitute and abandoned women and children. ASHRAYA’S projects include Community Crèches at 6 different locations in Bengaluru. It provides a safe and stimulating environment for 250 children in the 2.5 – 5 year age group.

Shishu Mandir is an organization for giving poor, neglected and traumatized children a base for a life in dignity. To achieve this, a home with a family-like atmosphere, a school with small entities of class formations and a vocational training centre for school drop-outs were created. The main aspect of bringing up these youths lies on liberating them from the various social stigmas, by treating them with respect, warmth and understanding. All education is free of any fees. The main criterion is poverty.

Dream a Dream is a registered, charitable trust empowering children and young people from vulnerable backgrounds to overcome adversity and flourish in the 21st century using a creative life skills approach. Currently, we work with 10,000 young people a year through our two innovation labs – After School Life Skills Programme and Career Connect Programme; have trained over 5500 teachers/educators from 157 partners impacting over 137,500 children and young people and sensitize over 2500 volunteers through our unique Life Skills Development model.

SankalpTaru Foundation is an IT enabled NGO, that has so far planted and survived more than 750,000 trees in 16 Indian states and 12 majorly polluted cities of the country from Leh Ladakh to Tamil Nadu to the Sundarbans. We support farmers and empower women to uplift their livelihood by tree plantation. With our healthy green trees, we teach school students about environment conservation and help reduce their carbon footprints. We have integrated GPS technology with Google Earth and Maps to devise geo-tagging of trees, thus providing visibility and transparency to our stakeholders and contributors.