Tata Steel Kolkata 25K - 18th December 2022

participating ngos


MUKTI is a non-profit socio-economic organization, working in the Delta region of Sundarbans (world UNESCO Heritage site) and all over West Bengal, India since 2003. The NGO has created impact for more than 10 lakhs+ beneficiaries covering about 1.5 lakhs+ households including 30,000 SHG women and 3500+ underprivileged children in field of Health, Education, Agriculture, Livelihood, Environment, Awareness & Empowerment, Recovery & Resiliency and Disaster Relief.

Habitat for Humanity India Trust

Habitat India beneficiaries are economically poor, low income, marginalized groups considered non-bankable, disaster affected families that includes historically disadvantaged communities. Till date, they have served over 62,025 families comprising of 297,720 individuals through their interventions in Housing, Sanitation, Access to Water and Disaster Response.

Blue Star Foundation

Blue Star Foundation works towards Education, Medical Help, Relief of Poverty, including help to less privileged, women and children in difficult situations, senior citizens, physically/mentally challenged individuals from rural/urban areas, environment issues through NGOs / NPOs engaged in such humanitarian causes.

Digambarpur Angikar

Digambarpur Angikar a Govt. registered welfare society established in the year 1979 by a group of dedicated activists with a view to undertake relief, rehabilitation as well as development initiatives for empowerment of marginalized women, uncared children and other vulnerable sections. Since inception, Angikar is involved in community development and social action programmes for establishing women and child rights in Sundarban region and empowering underprivileged & vulnerable section of society.

Trilochanpur Association for Development in Social Welfare (ADSW)

ADSW is a community-based development organization, established in the year 2004 at a remote village of Paschim Medinipur, working towards overall development of the society. In the initial days, the society organized need-based community awareness activities with focus on environment pollution, Community health, and Water & Sanitation and women empowerment with active community participation. ADSW’s mandate is to ensure overall development of the downtrodden underprivileged section of our society with focus on: Livelihood Development, Child Protection, Environment Protection, Community Health, Women Empowerment and Sustainable Agriculture Development.

Calcutta Foundation

Calcutta Foundation is a 25-year old organisation started by Shamlu Dudeja to support disadvantaged communities around Bengal. Over the years, it has worked to increase access to quality healthcare, education, employment and opportunities for those from underprivileged backgrounds. In 2021, after the widespread economic devastation post pandemic, Calcutta Foundation founded Apni Kutir, a 360-degree intervention designed to support women in every aspect of their journey to financial independence. With vocational training as the first step, the Kutirs curate opportunities and experiences for women in rural Bengal, dedicated to their progress, and the upliftment of their societies at large.

LittleBig Help Trust

LittleBigHelp India Trust works to create better opportunities for the most vulnerable children, women and communities in urban slums and rural villages of West Bengal. Through 24 different projects, it focuses on addressing education, protection, adolescent health, mental health, skills and livelihood development. It reaches directly to more than 2000 individuals and over 11,000 individuals indirectly in 12 urban slums and 5 rural villages.

Future Hope

Future Hope is a charitable organisation which provides opportunity through its homes, school, sports and medical programme for some of the most vulnerable children from the streets and slums of Kolkata. Their children fall into 3 categories: resident children, day scholars and young adults. Children arrive from extreme poverty, malnourished, ill and often having endured severe physical and mental abuse. They are often resilient and resourceful and at Future Hope they can channel their energies into creating a brighter future for themselves through education, nutrition. health, sport and family life.

Chhaya – PRCA

Chhaya Animal Hospital was set up in 2008, in village Aswathaberia, on a 2.5 acre plot. The objectives for setting up Chhaya were: 1) To provide a safe place for injured, abused street animals, where they would get medical treatment, love and care; 2) To rescue abandoned pedigreed dogs from the streets & provide them a loving forever home; 3) To humanely reduce the street dog population by neutering them; 4) To provide free treatment for the livestock of villagers.

Canning Swanirbhar

Canning Swanirbhar is a voluntary organization. The organization endeavor to demonstrate values of compassion, justice, equity, integrity, trust and hope in and through their work. Work tranparency and trust worthy is a cross-cutting approach reflected in all the work.

APPL Foundation

APPL Foundation was formed in 2011 as an irrevocable trust with the dominant objective of the welfare of the general public in distress. The Trust has been formed as a charitable organization among others to provide medical aid, services and relief, attending and propagation of education and learning, environment protection and food security to general public at large and for the revival of indigenous tribal, music and dance. APPL Foundation has been working to bring about improvement in the quality of life and standard of living in the North East.


Swayam is a feminist organisation committed to advancing women’s rights and ending discrimination and violence against women and girls. They facilitate the empowerment of women survivors of violence and enable them to become self-confident, self-sufficient and self-reliant. They also generate discussion, debate and action in society to challenge social norms, values and systems that deem discrimination and violence against women and girls acceptable.

United Way Kolkata

United Way Kolkata (UWK) a branch of United Way India which is affiliated to the global United Way Network, the world’s largest privately funded non-profit organisation. United Way Kolkata (UWK) strives to bring individuals, communities and organisations together to improve living conditions all over Bengal by giving, advocating and volunteering. It is a one-stop organisation that supports a broad range of programmes committed to causes that matter to its partners, their employees and the community as a whole.

Katakhali Swapnopuron Welfare Society (KSWS)

Katakhali Swapnopuron Welfare Society (KSWS) is an NGO founded in 2012 by Ms Satarupa Majumdar, to improve lives of the children living in the remote villages and islands of Sunderbans by providing world-class, CBSE based, English-medium education through its schools and simultaneously, empowering the community with livelihoods, awareness and relief work initiatives

Shibmandir Seba Pratisthan

Shibmandir Seba Pratisthan, a leading charitable organisation in south Kolkata was established in 2003 by some local people under the leadership of Sri Jayanta Kumar Sarkar, a renouned journalist primarily with a vision to help the needy under-privileged children of our locality. For facilitating and providing all-round development of underprivileged children not only in studies but to ensure that this learning adds value to their personality and lives, the society started free tutorial classes from infant to Class X level in the Nat Mandir (Shibmandir) premises at 25 Lake Temple Road.

Calcutta Social Project

Calcutta Social Project (CSP) is an internationally awarded Social Service Organisation (NGO) of 50 years standing, dedicated primarily to support of slum and street children of Kolkata. It’s efforts have been directed through education and skills development and empowerment through livelihood enablement of slum girls and women through handicrafts, tailoring and beautician courses. CSP has a very active sports program for its children comprising soccer, rugby and athletics.

Human Development Centre

Human Development Centre is a voluntary social service organization for social action and economic development in an integrated way. HDC was established by a group of committed volunteers, for providing assistance and support towards betterment of the landless poor people, who are deprived, exploited and lead to their life in deplorable condition.