Giving Tuesday India

Giving Tuesday India: Insights into how India gave during Giving Tuesday 2018

#GivingTuesday is a global giving movement that was brought to India in 2017 by GuideStar India, as a celebration during DaanUtsav. In the span of a year, the amount raised through #GivingTuesdayIndia grew seven times to INR 9.03 crore.

The global #GivingTuesday team, GuideStar India, Centre for Social Impact and Philanthropy (CSIP) at Ashoka University, and Sattva Research have collaborated to create data-driven insights on the nature and patterns of giving during #GivingTuesdayIndia.
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The effort sought:

  • To derive actionable, data-driven insights on the nature of participation during #GivingTuesdayIndia
  • To understand the impact of data collection and sharing on boosting the #GivingTuesdayIndia movement in the country
  • To compare #GivingTuesdayIndia’s data collection and sharing capabilities with those of #GivingTuesdayUSA to recommend ways forward for India
  • Click on the DOWNLOAD link on the left for the full report.

    To explore and better understand the behaviours of India’s givers, contact us today at impact@sattva.co.in.

    A Billion Givers

    Sattva Research is unveiling “Everyday Giving in India”, a first study on the everyday giving ecosystem in India, with the support of Rohini Nilekani Philanthropies and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, with a participatory dialogue on 24th April from 5pm to 9pm in Bangalore.

    A Billion Givers: Harnessing the potential of India’s everyday people for impact, will feature interactive installations and panel discussions on “Strengthening our citizenship muscle: Everyday giving in a participatory democracy” and “Innovation and growth potential of the formal everyday giving market in India”.

    To RSVP, contact Aashika Ravi at aashika.ravi@sattva.co.in

    Urmi Patil

    Urmi is a part of our Consulting Services team in Mumbai, supporting the design and implementation of CSR projects.

    Before Sattva, she worked in southern Gujarat assisting Ph.D. scholars with their primary research and learning different participatory tools of engagement. She has worked in Government Primary Schools in Uttarakhand for two years where she was able to support schools on processes that improved the learning outcomes of children and enhanced participation of the community members. She has also worked with Mahila Mangal Dals, Yuvak Mangal Dals and Self Help Groups for their capacity building through community-based stakeholder mapping.

    Urmi has a Bachelor of Arts, with Economics Honours from Christ University.

    Shrutee Ganguly

    Shrutee is part of the Consulting Services team, Delhi, and leads engagements with corporate and strategic account clients. She manages a team that works with various implementation partners and NGOs to create long term sustainable impact. Her role demands her to manage customer experience, define strategy and create valuable outcomes in the ecosystem.

    Before Sattva she has had 16+ years in diverse corporate domains – banking, product management and consulting. Her key areas of expertise are Operational Excellence; Process Re-engineering, Programme Management, Coaching, Relationship Management & training. She has worked with senior leaders and operations staff to understand cultural dynamics, manage expectations, streamline processes and deliver results. It is her belief that the social sector needs some of these skills to streamline and structure their efforts to create impact and value. At Sattva, Shrutee has worked with the largest education non-profit in India to co-create models to recognise needs of middle management govt officials who are responsible for the policy and implementation at schools. She also worked closely with the client’s programme team to run pilots and gather relevant inputs from teachers and community on teaching practices, child engagement, good practices and challenges.

    Shrutee is a post graduate in computer applications from Madras University and an IBM certified Lean coach.

    Bobbymon George

    Bobbymon heads Assessments in Sattva and is based in our Bangalore office.

    He has delivered evaluation assignments across sectors and with key CSR accounts such as ABG, JPMorgan, ACC, Philips, L&T Infotech, L&T Financial Services, Dell and Fidelity. He comes with over 13 years of experience in the development sector, across programme design, implementation and Monitoring and Evaluation. He has led Programme Delivery, Curriculum Development, setting up Monitoring & Evaluation frame works and tools in non-profits.

    He is also a master facilitator/trainer in Life Skills.

    Satvika Mahajan

    Satvika provides strategic advise to international clients at Sattva.

    She has also worked with large scale foundations, social enterprises, consortiums and organisations in designing and implementing key strategic solutions and programmes in India.

    Satvika’s foray into this sector began early, when she volunteered part-time with Mr. Maheishgirri (current Member of Parliament) in his political campaign on key health initiatives. She was a founding member of the LSR chapter of the international social entrepreneurship society, Enactus, as a part of which, she enabled farmers to transition from chemical farming to organic farming and helped their wives gain alternative means of livelihood, thereby increasing the average household income. As a Young India Fellow, she worked with a Dalit Youth Advocacy Organisation to help them address key operational challenges and address gaps in effective engagement with the youth. She strives to marry her business knowledge with the social context to achieve impact outcomes. She is dedicated to working with social entrepreneurs to bring innovations to scale

    Satvika is a Young India Fellow (2016) and has a Bachelors in Commerce from Lady Shri Ram College, Delhi

    Garima Goel

    Garima is part of the Transformative Advisory team in Delhi, working with Kaivalya Education Foundation (KEF) on the District Transformation Product for 25 districts.

    Before Sattva she co-founded a sanitation enterprise called “Project Raahat” which is working in the field of urban sanitation in partnership with the government and is currently operational in 3 states. She represented India and Raahat in London and become ‘Enactus World Champion 2017’, chosen among 36 countries. She has also worked with MPs under the MPLAD programme and ran projects in their adopted villages regarding menstrual hygiene and community development. At Sattva she has worked with Central Square Foundation in landscaping the EdTech industry on a programme to drive efficacy and advocacy for country wide implementation by the government. She is committed to inculcating a bottom up method in development solutions to make them community driven.

    Garima did her Bachelors of Management Studies from Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, with a major in Finance.

    Atul Sukumar

    Atul helps design, build and implement consulting projects as part of the Consulting Services team in Delhi.

    Previously, his experience includes extensive research and analysis on problems of economic policy, education, healthcare, and energy. He has worked as a Data Analyst with the McKinsey Center for Government, a global hub for research, collaboration and innovation in government productivity and performance. He has also worked in consulting organisations, publishing companies, law firms and election campaigns. He is committed to bringing best practices from the private sector to impact public efficiency and effectiveness.

    Atul is a liberal arts graduate of the University of Miami.

    Parnika Madar

    Parnika is a part of the Consulting Services team in Delhi. She has 2 years of experience in the social impact consulting sector- engaging with corporates, foundations and NGOs focusing on research, implementation, programme management, and monitoring and evaluation. She also co-founded her own philanthropic venture which won accolades from an international inter-governmental organisation.

    At Sattva, she has been involved in establishing and managing an entrepreneur-led apparel micro enterprise in rural Uttar Pradesh for an international foundation, and has also worked with a key non-profit client in designing and executing a lean pilot for micro enterprise and entrepreneurship development in UP. Apart from livelihoods, she has also worked in other sectors and functional areas such as CSR portfolio management, Education and EdTech, and Skill Development, for varied clients such as a global beverage-manufacturing company, global tech and healthcare enterprise, non-profit philanthropic foundation, and a leading national financial services and investments firm.

    Parnika has both her Bachelor’s in Social Sciences and Master’s in Development Policy from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, where she had been a part of multiple field studies, spending time in rural Maharashtra with local communities.

    Atul Kotnala

    Atul is with the Consulting Services (Implementation) team, heading project teams and working with key clients in the Delhi region.

    He has over eight years of experience in the social sector, working across the spectrum – as a Gandhi Fellow for Kaivalya Education Foundation in Rajasthan, as a recruiter for the Fellowship in South India, a Project Manager at Piramal Foundation, leading a cohort of 1000 beneficiaries for a livelihood program in Uttarakhand, and as a part of the Uttarakhand District Disaster Management Team to build a Livelihood Action Plan for the district. At Sattva he has led multiple projects working on CSR strategy formulation, organisational development, mobilisation, programme management, implementation of a livelihood programme, social audits, partner due diligence and assessments.

    Atul has a Bachelors in Commerce from the University of Delhi.