Welcome to Tech Mahindra Foundation.

Educated, skilled and able men and women are a country’s true strength. We aspire to see youth that is constructively employed, children who are purposefully engaged, and a society that provides equal opportunities to people with different abilities. Through its CSR initiatives, the Mahindra group commits itself to this.

Rise for Good

Tech Mahindra Foundation is proud to be a part of Rise, the Mahindra and Mahindra Group’s brand positioning, to communicate with one brand voice, one face and one ‘Mahindra’ core purpose. We closely follow the three tenets of Rise in everything that we do.

Accepting No Limits
We accept no limits, and ask the same of everyone else. In return, we work relentlessly to provide the tools, information, and inspiration for us to push past limitations and comfort zones.
Alternative Thinking
Alternative thinking means solving problems in ways no one thought of before, by using fewer resources and entering markets thought to be unreachable.
Driving Positive Change
We want you to rise. And not just you. Your family. Your neighborhood. Your whole community. This is why we come to work every day.

Partner Speak

  • I believe, every girl has the ability to manifest
    her highest potential, thereby helping her to improve the quality of her life and become happy. This belief of mine is shared by SNEHA too. With constant trust and support of Tech Mahindra Foundation, SNEHA has been able to impact the lives of a little over 300 girls. These girls have graduated and have taken up jobs in various hospitals earning between Rs 5,000 and 10,000.
  • When the heart is full words are rare !
    Profound thanks to TMF and everyone in TMF for your great concern and commitment for the education of the poorest children !
    We began in the year 1993 in a small rented house with 14 children. It was a great struggle to find corporate supporting charities educating the deprived children. After approaching many corporate and failing to receive funds we had given up all hopes. It was at this juncture that TMF came in and joined hands to educate the needy children of quarries, slums and villages!!!
    We wanted to shut shop and TMF came as an ANGEL of MERCY and today we are providing quality education for 200 children – Profound thanks to TMF !
    Quality education, self- dignity, joy and happiness of childhood – children are sporting smiles and having dreams of better days and years ahead – all credits to TMF : very specially our guides Mamata and Kavita for their great love, concern and commitment for our children!
  • We are supportive of Tech Mahindra
    SMART programme and feel that it can prove to be useful in meeting the workforce requirements of our company.
    We understand that the youth selected for this programme are trained in basic IT skills and communication skills, in addition to relevant technical skills, for three month duration. We are happy to share that we have been recruiting trainees of SMART programme and we find them to be hard-working and dedicated.
  • SMART is an extremely well thought out approach to vocational training. All the programme processes are very well defined, which helps in the implementation of the programme. With its strong focus on quality, Tech Mahindra Foundation has ensured that the impact of the programme on the beneficiaries is real and substantial. We look forward to a long partnership with the foundation.
  • With Tech Mahindra SMART Centres, the Foundation has taken a significant step ahead in building a high-quality vocational training programme that has the potential to bridge the employability gap among our youth.
  • Our association with Tech Mahindra Foundation has been for many years and is based on mutual respect, the right values and a shared vision. Currently the SMART + centre is serving as a vehicle of change with persons with disability entering the workforce armed with the right skills and attitude. We thank TMF for their unstinting support and leadership and sustained approach to enable the lives of persons with disability.
  • The synergistic community partnership between SPASTN and Tech Mahindra Foundation is based on a shared value of transforming lives through inclusionary educational practices.
  • All the training provided by Deaf
    Enabled Foundation (DEF) is bilingual, we teach in English and sign language simultaneously. Deaf people have talent and they can work as anybody can. But they need opportunity, exposure and training. The employer needs to understand the deaf person’s communication and create a good environment for them to give their output. I thank Tech Mahindra Foundation for coming forward and becoming a partner of DEF and supporting us in our work to uplift the deaf people.
  • It was indeed our dream at SARTHAK to place the candidates after giving them proper training. I wish to thank Tech Mahindra Foundation for launching the Tech Mahindra SMART centres for people with disability. Our experience in the employment field says that training is the need of the hour and the Tech Mahindra SMART programme encompasses the complete employability training, effectively in a duration of 3 months. The best part, and the one closer to my heart, is that the SMART project is sustainable since it does not stop at training, instead it leads to the employment of the person.
  • Catering to the largely-marginalised sections of the Muslim community students of the Anglo Arabic School enjoys the nurturance and support of Tech Mahindra Foundation. There is hope for better days to come with sports, photography, film-making, art, painting, theatre and mass communication becoming a part of the students’ everyday life.
  • When we do the best we can, we never know what miracle is wrought in our life, or in the life of another. Thanks to Tech Mahindra Foundation for giving us this wonderful opportunity of experiencing miracles happening in our sight-impaired clients’ lives through the projects that we do for them.
  • Shibani Bagchi, Sneha, Mumbai
  • Fr.Gerard, Jeevodaya, Bangalore
  • B. Sudhakar, Sriven Corporation, Hyderabad
  • Prerit Rana, Agrasar, Gurgaon
  • Chetan Kapoor, Edulever, Delhi-NCR
  • Shanti Raghavan,EnAble India, Bangalore
  • LV Jayashree, SPASTN, Chennai
  • T.K.M.Sandeep,CEO, Deaf Enabled Foundation
  • Dr Jitendra Aggarwal,Founder, SARTHAK Educational Trust
  • Azra Razzack, Delhi Education Society, Delhi-NCR
  • Beula Christi, LV Prasad Eye Institute, Hyderabad

Partners

EducationVocational Training (SMART)DisabilityGovernment PartnersCorporates / Institutions
Action for the Rights of the Child (ARC), Pune
Akshara Foundation, Bangalore
Army Navy Air Force Wives’ Activity (ANAWA) Trust, Delhi-NCR
Aseema Charitable Trust, Mumbai
Asha Deep Foundation, Delhi-NCR
Association for Promoting Social Action (APSA), Hyderabad
Bal Sahyog, Delhi-NCR
Bhumi, Chennai
Centre for British Teachers (CfBT) Education Services, Hyderabad
Children Toy Foundation (CTF), Mumbai
Delhi Education Society (DES), Delhi-NCR
Dhwani Educational Resource Centre (DERC), Bangalore
Disha Society for Rural and Urban Community Development, Delhi-NCR
Gunjan Foundation, Delhi-NCR
Identity Foundation (IF), Pune
Indian Institute of Education (IIE), Pune
Jeevodaya Kids, Bangalore
Karve Institute of Social Service (KInSS), Pune
Kasturba Balika Vidyalaya (KBV), Delhi-NCR
Katalyst, Bangalore
Loyola Industrial Training Centre (ITC), Bangalore
Maa Kalka Sewa Samiti (MKSS), Delhi-NCR
Magic Bus, Delhi-NCR
Marialaya Mazzarello Magalir Nalvazhvu Maiyam Social Service Society, Chennai
Masoom, Mumbai
Naandi Foundation, Mumbai
Nari Samata Manch (NSM), Pune
Nav Srishti, Delhi-NCR
Nirmala Niketan, Mumbai
Nirnaya Trust, Bhubaneswar
Parikrma Humanity Foundation (PHF), Bangalore
Prardhana Charitable Trust (PCT), Hyderabad
Raza Educational and Social Welfare Society (ESWS), Bangalore
Room to Read (RTR) India, Mumbai
Ruchika Social Service Organisation (RSSO), Bhubaneswar
Swami Vivekananda Youth Movement (SVYM), Bangalore
The Akanksha Foundation, Mumbai
The Bombay Community Public Trust (BCPT), Mumbai
The Mahindra United World College (MUWC) of India, Pune
The Society for Door Step School (DSS), Pune
The Teacher Foundation (TTF), Bangalore
Urban Rural Management Empowerment and Establishment (URMEE), Pune
Vikas Yuva Sanstha, Pune
District Institutes of Education and Training (DIETs), Delhi-NCR – Dilshad Garden, Karkardooma, RK Puram
Municipal Corporations of Delhi (MCDs), Delhi-NCR – East Delhi Municipal Corporation (EDMC), North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC), South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC)
Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM), Mumbai
National Council for Educational Research and Training (NCERT), Delhi-NCR
State Council for Education Research and Training (SCERT), Delhi-NCR
Shikshan Mandal Pune ( SMP), Pune
Edulever, Delhi-NCR
IGNUS-Erg, Delhi-NCR