Founded in 2009 as a registered trust, iPartner India is committed towards building an ecosystem for inclusive and diverse social development in the country. We place ourselves at the core of this ecosystem.
Currently, we work across the key challenges of vulnerable children, education, women & livelihoods, climate change and health. We do this by connecting a range of inspiring initiatives, visionary local leaders, innovative grassroots organisations and high impact projects to our inspiring donors. We have a wide network of validated organisations across India. We identify honest and creditable grassroots organisations that are in the frontline of doing innovative and critical work to improve the lives of poor and excluded children, women and men.
After the CSR mandate of Indian Companies Act 2013, companies and donors are looking for creditable NGO partners for social initiatives. On the other hand genuine NGOs and grassroots organisation doing impactful work on ground are struggling for funds. We at iPartner India with our dedicated team ensure positive and fruitful collaboration between the two sectors.
We make philanthropy a transformational experience by creating bespoke portfolio plans to match interests and passions. Through extensive due diligence and capacity building support, we ensure that social investments generate maximum impact.
We remain focused on local challenges, finding lasting solutions that will make a difference in the community at individual level. Throughout our site you will find stories to inspire you – stories that will capture your imagination and heart. You will want to make that change for a better India and we can help you to make it happen. iPartner India is there to turn your vision into reality.
Our mission is work closely with the donors to discover their interests and priorities and partner them with grassroots projects that makes real difference to the lives of many people. We hope to enchance both the joy of giving and the outcome of receiving.
Our vision is to create a more just and equitable India; where poverty levels have been significantly reduced, where every person has equal opportunities regardless of gender, caste or socio-economic background, and where the excluded have a voice.