For Companies

We create customized CSR strategies aligned with your company’s values, expertise, products, stakeholder expectations and long-term vision and drive effective implementation leading to long-lasting change within communities you work with and causes you espouse

For Donors

From philanthropists to foundations to individual donors, we propagate informed giving practices, facilitate conversations among sector players, build sector knowledge, help raise funds for causes, and design programs that improve lives at a systemic level

For NGOs

We work closely with our network of NGOs across India to bring you access to funding, partnerships with companies, new models, in-kind donations, enhanced communications capabilities and much more. Join our network today to make your work strategic, scalable and sustainable

Our Impact

Our impact is widespread and intensive. From women's health to free eye check-ups for children, from financial literacy to safe waste disposal, from vocation training of youth to employment opportunities for rural communities - our programs have helped change millions of lives


An Economic Thinker with a Giving Soul: Priya Naik’s interview for Entrepreneur India


Priya talks to Entrepreneur India about her journey as a woman entrepreneur, the challenges and highlights of her work at Samhita and her unique position as an entrepreneur working in the social sector.


Three steps for CSR to succeed

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It’s been a year since Section 135 of the Companies Act and companies have made a considerable effort to impact the many social issues that India faces today. Priya Naik, Samhita’s Founder & CEO, writes an article for LiveMint about what needs to happen next.


Her story, her way: Priya Naik talks to Indian Women Institutional League

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Priya Naik, Founder and CEO of Samhita speaks to the Indian Women Institutional League (IWIL) about her journey as a social entrepreneur and what motivates her to work in the social sector.


Skilling the unskilled: Why should companies get involved? | Part I


The Skill India Mission launched by the Indian Government earlier this year aims to train 550 million people by 2022. With government-sponsored programs training only 3 out of the 12 million people entering the workforce every year, how do we close this gap? Companies can play a key role in the sector through CSR, public-private partnerships, apprenticeship models and other methods.