We work closely with Corporates and
Professionals to develop an internal mandate
of social consciousness within their organizations.

How do we do it? By creating mutually-beneficial fundraising campaigns, co-branded
merchandise, media, and above all experiences that have an incredible impact on
the employees as well as the rural communities.

We work closely with Corporates and Professionals to develop an internal mandate of social consciousness within their organizations.

How do we do it? By creating mutually-beneficial fundraising campaigns, co-branded merchandise, media, and above all experiences that have an incredible impact on the employees as well as the rural communities.

Interested In Getting Your Firm Involved?

Interested In Getting
Your Firm Involved?

Our most campus chapters span a multi-year life cycle and involve a number of different tactics.
Here are a handful of ways your firm can initiate a campus chapter.

Champion

Upskill on leadership by championing the Project Chirag cause within your organization.

Engage

Build awareness and rally your employees and customers to fundraise and support the cause of rural India.

Awareness Campaigns, Field Visits, Employee Fundraising, Customer Fundraising, Community Outreach

Give

Contribute to projects on the ground, piecemeal or by adopting an entire village.

Percentage Of Sale, Corporate Social Responsibility,
Gift In Kind, Matching

Amplify

Make your work known and your impact seen. Help shine a bigger spotlight on the need for sustainable development in villages.

Percentage Of Sale, Corporate Social Responsibility,
Gift In Kind, Matching

As an official Corporate Chapter​ You’ll have access to reporting for all projects funded, and a full library of photos, videos, and stories from the field.

You’ll have access to reporting for all projects funded, and a full library of photos, videos, and stories from the field.

Live Projects To Donate

Light Up Lives

Home to tribals that are surviving in absolute darkness, with relatively no access to the basic essentials of light and water, 150 homes in this village are in desperate need of light

Adopt a School

Home to 92 children, many of whom belong to migrant worker families, the hostel has poor access to electricity, leaving these underprivileged children in darkness

Transform a Village

Morhanda Village is a largely agricultural village where villagers have limited access to electricity and water, and no continuous income. With solar powered lift irrigation we can help develop Morhanda into a self-sufficient and sustainable village

Want To Champion The Cause Of Sustainable Rural Development?

Over 300 million Indians live without access to the most basic essentials; homes with light, water, food, education, sanitation and livelihoods.

That is 25% of our population. Of these, 134 million Indians live below the poverty line.