We aim to bring CSOs, Individuals, Societies Together
Inspired by the banyan
- Divya G Rao
Kalisu is relatively a new Civil society Organisation (CSO/ NGO) with an aim to bridge the gap between the quality of education received by students in government schools in comparison to the education received by students in private schools. Kalisu started in 2013 and their reach today is 5000 students across 14 government schools in Mysuru district, Karnataka.
The founding members of the Kalisu Foundation chose Mysuru as their project town, because they understood the fact that there were ...
- Navendu Rashmi
CEO Forum is a peer to peer learning opportunity for the heads and CEOs of the organizations in the social sector. The CEO forum is initiated and hosted by India Cares Foundation.
India Cares Foundation believes vibrant Civil Society Organisations play a vital role in building a humane society. We pay special attention to income generation; donor relations and leadership development in the social sector. A sector, that constantly builds its capacity and competencies to address the dynamic challenges, is the need of the hour and thus, the solutions must ...
“A Board Member should work in a cohesive way and must honour their commitment” says Rupande Padaki, Trustee, India Cares Foundation. India Cares Foundation is a ‘Friend to the Civil Society Organisations – CSOs/ NGOs .' As a friend, the organization plays the role of a facilitator, help the CSOs communicate their cause, raise funds effectively and connect individuals who wish to engage with the sector.
Ms. Rupande, a Post Doctoral degree holder in Organizational Psychology, is not just a trustee, but an active participant at the operations and functioning of India Cares Foundation. From defining ...