Working
together in
partnership

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Our Partners

Our volunteering programme is endorsed and recommended by national and state level federations in Nepal and India.

NGO Federation of Nepal

NGO Federation of Nepal

The NGO Federation of Nepal represents over 6000 charities and nonprofits in Nepal. They are leaders of Nepali civil society and help form national level policy for the charity and development sectors in Nepal.   

FEVOURD-K

FEVOURD-K

FEVOURD-K is the umbrella organisation for over one thousand small volunteer organisations in the State of Karnataka (India). They lead and shape policy across a vast state with a population of 80 million people. 

 

AYON

AYON

The Association of Youth Organisations Nepal is mandated by the Nepali governement and formulates and advises on all aspects of youth and social welfare. They represent youth organisations across Nepal. 

We only work with small charities and nonprofits

The lack of accessible and relevant training across charity sectors in developing countries is a big problem. We aim to change that by bringing growth and innovation directly to these charities.

Building for the future

Building for the future

We partner with charities for a minimum of two years with the expectation that we will remain working together for as long as they need training. We don't set any time limits. 

Creating local relationships

Creating local relationships

We have an amazing team of local Network Development Managers who work directly with the charities and so understand first hand about their organisation and its needs.    

Cost neutral training

Cost neutral training

Training is expensive, so we decided to make it cost neutral. Charities provide their staff's time and a place to train and we provide the rest. Simple. 

Our Core Value

We don't seek to influence or to change the grassroots charities with whom we partner. We offer them growth and opportunity where there is none available.

Through collaboration and understanding we work in tandem, accepting our partners community wisdom and local knowledge as the guiding premise for how they wish to engage.