On the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, eleven organizations announced the formation of a new India Philanthropy Alliance (IPA) to further advance humanitarian and development goals in India through increased collaboration. They did so at the Indiaspora Philanthropy Summit held on the first day of ChaloGive, a week celebrating Indian diaspora philanthropy.
For years, our generous donors have been telling us that greater collaboration among professionally run nonprofits focused on India made sense, and that a narrative of complementarity has been missing from our sector.
AIF is pleased to respond in a pragmatic and visionary way to our friends and supporters by being a founding member of the India Philanthropy Alliance.
Learn more about the India Philanthropy Alliance (IPA).