Who Should Apply?

Nonprofit organizations seeking to create innovative and sustainable solutions to social problems You need to have registered as a nonprofit* (society, trust, or section 8 company) a minimum of 1 year prior to the date of applying and should have created some impact on the ground. At least one founder should be working on the idea full-time. By the date of applying, the organization must have valid 12A & 80G certifications.

What We Offer?

● Knowledge sessions covering all topics of nonprofit management
● Tools and frameworks to guide the thought process on problem-solving, impact
measurement, cost-efficiency analysis, etc
● Individual needs assessment and accordingly 1:1 mentoring from practitioner-leader to
guide the on-ground work

● Support from the incubation team as a thought partner
● Connect to potential donors and partners
● Sector connect – peers, domain experts, and practitioners

Selection Criteria

● People – We look for individuals who have an entrepreneurial mindset and are deeply committed to bringing social change
● Problem Focus – We look for organizations that have a problem-focused approach with a clear and in-depth understanding of the problem
● Social Innovation – We look for innovation-driven organizations with high potential
● Knowledge-oriented – We look for organizations who are primarily interested in this incubation for the practically relevant knowledge and mentorship it provides



Underprivileged children, particularly girls upliftment, malnutrition, adult education, health and sex education, institutions for basic and technical education, innovative educational programs


Covering the whole society, free medical camps, blood donation drives, eye care camps, awareness camps and programs, post covid19 relief

Shelter homes, old age homes

Senior citizens, homeless population, orphans, poor girls, runaway children, street children

Disaster Management

Disaster Management

Relief and support at ground level

Vocational training programs, skill development

Youth, women, skilled and unskilled labor, unorganized sector workers, computer courses, beauty parlor, fashion designing, cooking, tailoring, bakery work

Rehabilitation (Drug de-addiction)

Rehabilitation (Drug de-addiction)

Youth, male adults, street children

Environment, ecology, sustainable farming

Sustainable livelihood (farming), natural resource management, cattle rearing, rural development


Support to person with disability of all 21 forms as mentioned by the Government of India

Human rights, legal aid

Disadvantaged and marginalized groups

Child Labor, Female Child Abortion, Gender Bias, Pre-determined Sex-selection Practices

Women, children,  particularly girls

Disadvantaged groups

SC, ST, manual scavengers, street children, transgender, prisoners, person with disability

Sports Development

Sports Development

Children, youth, sportspersons from disadvantaged backgrounds, female sportspersons across all sports and states