Bridgespan India collaborates with foundations and trusts, individuals, impact investors, and corporations (CSR) to start, expand, or reorient their philanthropy. We support donors and investors seeking to increase the impact and scale of their giving and make their philanthropy more strategic and effective. Our team also serves philanthropic collaboratives at the conception, design, and implementation stages.
Our primary areas of focus include education, health and nutrition, livelihoods, and urban financing and management. Additionally, we are experienced in water, sanitation and hygiene; land rights for the poor; and judicial effectiveness. Within each of these areas, we pursue our work with the goal of enhancing social impact and a passion to bring about equity of opportunity.
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The Bridgespan Group believes that big ideas and actionable insights can change thinking, shape debates, and inspire action. Our research has been published in journals and media outlets including Stanford Social Innovation Review, The Times of India, The Economic Times, Forbes India, Mint, and India Development Review.
The India Impact Investors Council and Bridgespan joined in this research project to chart the debt landscape, identify barriers to debt financing, and propose ways to make debt more accessible.
Selected reports and articles authored by our India team that can inform the social sector's response to the COVID-19 pandemic
There might be no better laboratory than India for studying the challenges that nonprofits face in trying to scale up when resources are scarce.
Our team works deeply with donors, NGOs, and other social sector actors. We are inspired by a shared vision: to help strengthen clients’ capacity to achieve greater social impact.
Principal, India Education Lead
Bridgespan India also receives invaluable guidance from our Advisory Board, a group of recognised leaders—from philanthropy, NGOs, impact investing, strategy and governance, and other fields—who share our dedication to accelerating change in the social sector.