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At REPUTE, we work with a wide range of NGOs to correctly identify the perfect association that will be mutually beneficial to our clients as well NGOs working towards their respective Social, Environmental & Educational causes.

Our comprehensive list of services include

  • Program Strategy
  • Due-diligence Support
  • Grant-giving process development
  • Fund-raising strategy for NGOs
  • Strategic Partnerships
  • Industry Association positioning
  • Visibility Support
  • Marketing & Communications Advisory
  • CSR Events
  • Corporate Relationship Facilitation

Listed below are some of the NGOs that we’ve had the pleasure of working with…


The Akanksha Foundation is a non-profit organization with the vision to one day equip all students with the education, skills and character they need to lead empowered lives. Akanksha works primarily in the field of education, addressing non formal education through the Akanksha centre and also formal education through the Akanksha Schools.



The Society for the Promotion of Area Resource Centres (SPARC) is an Indian NGO that supports two people's movements - the National Slum Dwellers Federation (NSDF) and Mahila Milan (MM). NSDF and MM organise hundreds of thousands of slum dwellers and pavement dwellers to address issues related to urban poverty, and collectively produce solutions for affordable housing and sanitation.

Working Women’s Forum (WWF), Chennai

Working Women's Forum (WWF) was born out of an activist's commitment that the poor are entitled to their rights, in terms of organised social platform, access to credit, education, health care and all the other basic services. The Forum entrusts key responsibilities of the organisation and its administration to poor women, by selecting and training internal cadres from neighbourhood communities.

Pratham, India

Pratham is the largest non governmental organization working to provide quality education to the underprivileged children of India. Pratham was established in 1994 to provide education to the children in the slums of Mumbai city.

Indian School of Microfinance (ISM)

The Indian School of Microfinance for Women, started in June 2003, is an initiative in microfinance which is promoted to address the capacity building requirements in the sector. The School particularly focuses upon the lives of women who are the primary participants in microfinance interventions. Microfinance is perceived by the School not only as a means of poverty alleviation but also as a means for women’s leadership and the building of women’s assets.

Self Employed Woman’s Association Bank (SEWA Bank)

Swashrayi Mahila Sewa Sahakari Bank is SEWA members' largest cooperative, the first of its kind in india. The bank is owned by the self-employed women as share holders; policies are formulated by their own elected Board of women workers. The Bank is professionally run by qualified managers accountable to the Board.

AKSHARA Foundation

Akshara Foundation is a Bangalore-based Public Charitable Trust with the mission to ensure that every child is in school and learning well. Established in the year 2000, Akshara Foundation has a range of programmes that provide multiple solutions for universalizing elementary education.

A comprehensive site for all Indian NGO related information.