Volunteer

One of our key activities during the Water Cup is an initiative called ‘Chala Gaavi’ (‘Back to the Villages’), in which we invite people to offer Shramdaan (voluntary labour) in certain villages on 1st May – which is both Maharashtra Day and Labour Day. It is an opportunity for city dwellers to make a trip to the villages and lend villagers a hand in building watershed structures. We have found that both urban and rural folk benefit and greatly enjoy this interaction. To register for this, please fill up our Jalmitra Form by clicking here.

Volunteer

One of our key activities during the Water Cup is an initiative called ‘Chala Gaavi’ (‘Back to the Villages’), in which we invite people to offer Shramdaan (voluntary labour) in certain villages on 1st May – which is both Maharashtra Day and Labour Day. It is an opportunity for city dwellers to make a trip to the villages and lend villagers a hand in building watershed structures. We have found that both urban and rural folk benefit and greatly enjoy this interaction. To register for this, please fill up our Jalmitra Form by clicking here.

Donate

Paani Foundation is happy to announce that Snehalaya, an organisation of international repute, has come forward to offer machines to villages taking part in the Satyamev Jayate Water Cup 2019. Snehalaya, registered in 1991, has been doing stellar work in the field of women empowerment, child welfare and agriculture. (www.snehalaya.org)

The Snehalaya team has been involved in the discussions that preceded the launch of the Satyamev Jayate Water Cup and from 2017, the training of the Paani Foundation team has taken place on the Snehalaya campus. This year, Snehalaya has come forward to offer help in the form of earth moving machines to villages that take the lead in Shramdaan (voluntary manual work) in the Water Cup. The extent of such help will depend on the mobilisation of funds for this purpose. While the villagers do tremendous amounts of Shramdaan, they will also require help through machines. All contributions to Snehalaya for this purpose are welcome. To donate, please click here.

Donate

Paani Foundation is happy to announce that Snehalaya, an organisation of international repute, has come forward to offer machines to villages taking part in the Satyamev Jayate Water Cup 2019. Snehalaya, registered in 1991, has been doing stellar work in the field of women empowerment, child welfare and agriculture. (www.snehalaya.org)

The Snehalaya team has been involved in the discussions that preceded the launch of the Satyamev Jayate Water Cup and from 2017, the training of the Paani Foundation team has taken place on the Snehalaya campus. This year, Snehalaya has come forward to offer help in the form of earth moving machines to villages that take the lead in Shramdaan (voluntary manual work) in the Water Cup. The extent of such help will depend on the mobilisation of funds for this purpose. While the villagers do tremendous amounts of Shramdaan, they will also require help through machines. All contributions to Snehalaya for this purpose are welcome. To donate, please click here.

Work With Us

If you would like to work with us in any capacity, please email your CV to work@paanifoundation.in and we will reach out to you as and when we have a suitable opportunity for you.

Work With Us

If you would like to work with us in any capacity, please email your CV to work@paanifoundation.in and we will reach out to you as and when we have a suitable opportunity for you.