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Sparsh Social Foundation

Last Updated on November 30, 2022

Operation in state

  • Gujarat
  • Telangana
  • Rajasthan
  • Uttar Pradesh
  • Odisha

Thematic Areas

  • Agriculture,food and nutrition
  • Community Development
  • CSR and Sustainability
  • Disability or specially-abled related
  • Education and Employment
  • Energy, Environment and Climate Change
  • Healthcare
  • Livelihoods
  • Microfinance
  • Social Enterprise
  • Waste and Recycling
  • Water and Sanitation
  • Women and Gender

Tax Compliance Eligibility

  • 80G (for 50% tax benefits)
  • 12 A (Tax exemption for NGO income)
  • Organization Registration Certificate

Sparsh Social Foundation

Verified Organization

Established In 2010

Registration No. :CSR00004430

3rd Floor, Nehru House , 4, Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg , New Delhi , Delhi , 110002

About the organization

Sparsh Social Foundation is a section 8 not-for-profit organization and is working towards the implementation of CSR projects in various thematic areas as mentioned under schedule VII of the Companies Act 2013. Our major objective remains to create and strengthen communities that are resilient to local and global changes caused due to natural and man-made calamities.

Over the last five years, we have focused on leveraging livelihood opportunities for women, farmers, and youth. The intervention includes aggregating women's Self-help Groups for the development of Group Based Enterprises and Farmer Producer Organizations (FPO) to enhance farmer income and conservation and water resources; youth leadership and empowerment through digital learning centers by promotion of handicrafts and bamboo jewelry. SSF has been extensively working in three states of India namely Odisha, Uttar Pradesh, and Gujarat reaching out to more than 5,00,000 individuals. Our major focus has remained on creating sustainable livelihoods, focusing on Women, Farmers, and Youth. Our interventions with the rural communities have been successful in creating women’s collective livelihood, farm-based intervention through organic farming & allied activities, youth capacity building for the new age economy, and facilitating quality education, healthcare, and infrastructure support to the communities.  

Reaching out to more than 50,000 households, our interventions have been successful in mobilizing 10000+youth through our youth enterprise development programs, skill training, and Youth Clubs & Balika Mandals helping them develop their skills to create a sustainable livelihood for themselves and others in their communities. About 15000 individuals have received education support through our programs on adult literacy, education for the differently-abled, and digital literacy.

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Special features of the organization

  • Sparsh Social Foundation (SSF) has transformed more than 5,00,000 lives with a focused approach to livelihoods, education, and sustainable farming.
  • SSF has mobilized more than 120000 women, 7500 youths, and 11500 farmers in all its project locations.
  • SSF believes in creating equal and sustainable opportunities for women and youths.
  • It has provided entrepreneurship and employability skills training to underprivileged communities.
  • Strives to provide solutions to the different challenges faced by communities.
  • It has successfully implanted CSR projects of  NABARD, JK Paper Pvt Ltd, Umang Dairies Ltd etc.


Why should a corporate partner with organization?

Since its inception, Sparsh Social Foundation (SSF) has been working towards empowering women, farmers, and youths by providing them livelihood opportunities through its various projects supported by government and private organizations. SSF is impacting the lives of beneficiaries by providing them with guidance, and livelihood skills, linking them with banks for credit to start their own business activity. These project beneficiaries through Farmer Club/ SHGs joined hands with Sparsh and are now transformed into producer groups and producer companies. The business activity comprises bamboo craft, snacks, cutting and tailoring, goat farming, dairy farming, soap making, food processing, vegetable cultivation etc. These livelihood activities not only empowered them with economic strength but also the family in improving its socio-economic status.

Reaching out to more than 62,845+ households our interventions have been successful in creating 1500+ women collectives with a total reach of more than 13450+ women. Initiatives to create collective livelihood options like food processing, dairying, livestock rearing (goatry, poultry) and stitching & tailoring have been promoted. Our farmer reach has been extended to 11,845+ farmers through solar irrigation, seed and organic farming Training and Capacity Building support. Market linkage support has also been provided to the women's collective produce and farmer produce through rural marts and rural haats. More than 7000+ youths have been mobilized through the Company’s youth enterprise development programs, skill training and Youth Clubs & Balika Mandals helping them to develop their skills to create a sustainable livelihood for themselves and others in their communities. About 4000 individuals have received education support through our programs on adult literacy, education for the differently abled and digital literacy. 120000+ individuals also received healthcare support for eye, sickle cell anemia, malnutrition and general preventive healthcare.

SSF is working tirelessly to empower the weak and moving forward expanding its reach to serve the underserved in newer territories. To achieve its aim of Transforming Rural and Backward communities with the use of technological innovation, promotion of community-based institutions and capacity enhancement for sustainable and inclusive development of societies we need partnerships from the corporates to join our mission of empowering extremely vulnerable individuals. Strong partnerships, awards, and accolades speak volumes about SSF's commitment and program.


Chief Functionary

Name :  
Dr. Saumya Singh
Designation :  
Chief Manager
Email :  


Name :  
Panchali Sharma
Designation :  
Assistant Manager
Email 1 :  
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Project Detail of Organization

Bamboo-based Jewellry Design Training for Beginners
Project Type: CSR
  The market for eco-friendly products is on the rise, be it apparel or jewelry. Making, using....
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Women Empowerment
Project Type: CSR
Background As per Census 2011, females constituted 48.5% of India’s population. Periodic Labo....
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Bamboo-based Jewelry Design Training program
Project Type: CSR
  Introduction: The market for eco-friendly products is on rise, be it apparel or jewellery. ....
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