“Vibha”, is a vision of providing every child with a better future by quality education. An NGO which is a “volunteer-driven social catalyst”, as they widely regard themselves, their projects are committed towards Motivation, Learning, Training and Technology. We are based in India and the US, wherein most of the operations are carried out in India. A bunch of happy faces with drive-ness is what we can see at Vibha. An NGO where the future is carved and moulded well for India’s progress. Vibha aims at working with the government and partners by providing financial support and various mechanisms of various programs held at Vibha. The partners help in implementation of programs to execute the right solution required for the children of Vibha and work closely with the organisation.
Knowledge is Power, just like the several educational programs held by Vibha for the overall development of a student, in several parts of India. Some of the impactful educational programs are :
Leap for Word, Maharashtra.
Akshara Foundation, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, Karnataka.
The Language and Learning Foundation, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh.
Samavesh Urban Project. Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.
Samavesh Rural Project. Madhya Pradesh.
Eklavya. Betul, Madhya Pradesh.
Door Step School, Maharashtra.
Swanirvar, West Bengal.
The underprivileged part of India lacks connections to the social world like digital education, the internet and digital facilities to make their life better. Workshops are conducted at a scalable level to spread awareness about the importance of education.
PRAGATI FOR INDIA’S GOODWILL
While talking about the NGO’s precious offerings and blessings, Vibha holds an event called Pragati, every alternate year. The program has three main themes or outcomes-
Depending on the engagement with the government.
Assessing the outcomes.
Accessibility of knowledge and learning across organisations.
This is an event wherein Vibha partners with brands and other organisations so that they can contribute to various aspects of Vibha. A healthy debate on making lives better, hearing each other’s perspectives and thoughts, development in financial sectors and monitoring growth is included in Pragati. Vibha is a firm believer in progress and remains relevant in all facilities that a child needs in every stage of life.
VIBHA’S ROLE IN INDIA GIVING DAY
On India Giving day, almost 990 donors made 1286 donations. Vibha contributed their overwhelming response by donating USD 18,455 which was 227 donations which was the highest number of donations raised. With such an overwhelming response, Indian Philanthropy Alliance would organise India Giving Day every year. This day competes for the voids of facilities and quality that are lacking in organisations and how they can be overcome by proper execution.
With a song composed by Shivansh Chhaya Kapil, composed a song with support of Vibha with soulful words of changing India into a country overcoming key issues globally. Vibha, an enigmatic yet impactful NGO for underprivileged children of society is making the children of India into the leaders of tomorrow.
Vibha’s India Giving Day campaign was a resounding success, with the release of the “India here to Give” song by Shivansh Chhaya Kapil and Vibha winning nine prizes. Vibha won the #1 prize for the most number of donors, and the #1 prize for gifts from the maximum number of states, awarded for receiving contributions from 227 Vibha supporters.
Vibha’s CEO, Ashwini Kumar, also won the campaign hero award for supporting the release of the “India Here To Give” song, the campaign song for India Giving Day. A proud moment for India and a ray of hope was contributed with every donation on this day.
On March 2nd, 2023 the India Philanthropy Alliance (IPA) launched the first India Giving Day (IGD) campaign to mobilise people and funding in the United States for development and poverty-reduction programs in India.
Vibha was one of the 25 invited nonprofits to partake in IGD. Vibha’s reach and awareness towards the current problems faced by underprivileged students make it easier for problem acknowledgement and quick action towards the same.
Vibha raised $18,000 to advance learning levels in public schools in India, specifically for training government school teachers on reading and maths teaching methodologies and providing activity-based foundational learning intervention to children between the ages of 5 to 10 years.
With 800 skilled volunteers, Vibha has led the India Giving day with its thought of “Every donation for the children of our nation”, Vibha remains to stay on top because of its policies and respect towards every child in their community.
Shivansh Chhaya Kapil wrote and performed an original song for India Giving Day, released on YouTube on March 2, 2023. “India here to Give” is a song that celebrates India’s sounds, captures India’s energy, and calls people to give back to the key issues facing India! It’s a song that urges people to consider all of us as one and take action to create a positive difference.
Some lucky gifts from Ramanujam Pobbisetty, Poornima Rao, Gianna Bhise, Rupa Shah, and Narasimhan Kidambi also won prizes for Vibha.
Through several articles and sessions, IPA appreciated the Vibha team’s energy and dedication. After a huge victory in collecting funds, here are a few reasons why one should invest in Vibha-
Low expense ratio
87% of donations go towards educational and welfare programs for children.
Massive Impact towards society
With virtues like excellence and quality education, Vibha is always set to impact millions of lives and scale as much as possible.
Skilled and dedicated teams
An award-winning non-profit organisation based in the USA and India ensures quality execution.
The platinum seal of transparency puts Vibha on top-rated charities which you can trust and rely on. Vibha ensures all your amount is being used for the welfare of the community.
Vibha aims at changing the world by educating the future of India. As the word Vibha means shining or bright, let’s create a bright future for everyone with the candle of education and development, with Vibha.
Thank you to the IGD team and IPA for inviting Vibha to participate. Thank you to the sponsors, Rural India Supporting Trust (RIST), Mastercard, and Bank of America.