Joy of giving

Philanthropy seems to have matured in India, as funds contributed by individual philanthropists have been rising steadily, growing faster than foreign sources and contributions through corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives. Photo: Dasra (Dasra)

The changing art of giving

3 min read . 05 Oct 2017
Joy of Giving 2016

Joy of Giving 2016

1 min read . 06 Oct 2016
Anu Aga (right) and her daughter Meher Pudumjee. Photo: Dasra

The Agas on the dynamics of giving

6 min read . 06 Oct 2016
Jagriti Khurkute (second from right) and her classmates sport Greensole’s India’s slippers. Aniruddha Chowdhury/Mint

A ‘sole’ful gift

4 min read . 06 Oct 2016
A donation of Rs450 can fund a child’s midday meal at school for a whole year. Pradeep Gaur/Mint

Small is big

4 min read . 06 Oct 2016
Rebirth of Indian philanthropy

Rebirth of Indian philanthropy

3 min read . 06 Oct 2016
Graphic: Ahmed Raza Khan

Financial gains in giving

4 min read . 06 Oct 2016
Hari Das, senior engineer at IBM in Noida. Photo: Pradeep Gaur/Mint

The making of an IT guy

5 min read . 26 Oct 2016
More than two million Indians are thought to be living with HIV, just behind the numbers in South Africa and Nigeria. Photo: Priyanka Parashar/Mint

Being positive is not a curse

6 min read . 06 Oct 2016
Photo: Hemant Mishra/Mint

Strategic giving for impact

2 min read . 06 Oct 2016
Ashoka, an undertrial, was released due to efforts by Amnesty International India. According to the human rights organization, 250,000 Indians languish in jail without being convicted of any crime, awaiting their day in court. Photo: Hemant Mishra/Mint

How a small donation secures freedom

5 min read . 06 Oct 2016