Volunteering is one of the best ways to use your skills for good and immerse into another culture. Additionally, by helping others, you will recognize internal benefits, too. Feeling a sense of purpose and fulfillment can be something very powerful. Especially if you volunteer for a cause you care for and are passionate about, this will add extreme value to your life and you use your skills for good. Regardless of age, background, personality or skill set, everybody has something to share and to contribute to a project.


Most of us do altruistic things for personal reasons. If you love working with animals, work with animals. If you love connecting with people, go for a social project. And if you love being surrounded by nature, chose environmental volunteer work. If you love working with kids, you can work with us in aiming for the improvement of children’s lives. Another great way to volunteer is in our Shikshalaya centr

Do you want to know what it feels like to be a Digital Nomad?

You’d love the idea of being a Digital Nomad but you’re not sure if self-employment is the right thing for you? Try this type of volunteer work then! As a volunteer in digital marketing or SEO for our organization, you can find out if the digital nomad life really is for you. Tasks may vary from

  • Updating websites
  • Writing SEO optimized texts
  • Taking care of social media platforms
  • Creating other content like photos, videos, etc.

Expand your knowledge by exchanging ideas and experiences with other volunteers and receive useful feedback.

Don’t force yourself into anything you are not and never forget that finding the right volunteering program equals to finding a project that meets your needs, too.

No matter which type you choose you will support great projects and at the same time gain experience that allows you to grow as a person.

Raise India Foundation always welcomes any kind of volunteership.

Corporate Partnership

Corporate Social responsibility (CSR) is continuing commitment by businesses to integrate social and environmental concerns in their business operations. India is the first country in the world to make corporate social responsibility (CSR) mandatory, following an amendment to the Companies Act, 2013 in April 2014. Businesses can invest their profits in areas such as education, poverty, gender equality, and hunger as part of any CSR compliance.

Amid the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, the Ministry of Corporate Affairs has notified that companies’ expenditure to fight the pandemic will be considered valid under CSR activities. Funds may be spent on various activities related to COVID-19 such as promotion of healthcare including preventive healthcare and sanitation, and disaster management.
You can write us to care@raiseindiafoundation.org