11 Must Follow Non Profits on Facebook in India
-Teach for India, 2012
Shortlisted Project (Goal of Life)
-Beyond Sport Forum, Cape Town, South Africa, 2011
AEIF Finalist Project (Goal of Life)
-U.S. Department of State, 2010
AEIF Finalist Project (Indradhanush)
-U.S. Department of State, 2012
Pramerica Spirit of Community Awards NGO Partner and Jury Member
-2016 and 2017
'Literacy Hero' Award for Kapil Pandey
-Rotary South Asia Literacy Summit, 2013

Current Donors:

Boeing International

Past Donors:

Google Inc.

U.S. Department of State

Thales Group

ING Vysya Foundation

Kuehne + Nagel India

Tony Blair Faith Foundation

Interfaith Youth Core

Habitat Learning Centre

Apartment 9

Sopra Steria India Foundation

What’s New ?


Kapil Pandey performed the story of Shehzadi Madhumati and 6 Blind Men and the Elephant at Bookaroo: Festival of Children’s Literature on 25-26 November in Children’s Park.

Qissagadh Library Outreach Programme

Qissagadh Active Library Outreach session with the young people of Naz Foundation; these young people have become members of our Qissebaaz Book Club. We visit once a month and conduct storytelling sessions and bring a new set of books from our library. Members submit book reviews in a variety of fun formats and will receive a membership badge. Upon completion of fifteen book reviews they will receive a certificate and a prize.


Kutumb’s band, Manchale, is ready to perform a mix of Western and Indian folk songs at a variety of venues.
Please contact Kutumb for more information.

Delhi Youth League

We have 8 teams entered in the 2017-2018 Delhi Youth League. Kutumb is participating for the 5th year in the league, and was the first NGO partner to participate.

Mohalla Football Festival

Recently, Kutumb’s Under-14 Ghevra team won first prize in the Mohalla Football Festival at the Football Link.

Coaches Across Continents

Kutumb’s Goal of Life peer coaches recently participated in a Coaches Across Continents life skills training certification course.

Indradhanush 2018


Kutumb’s Indradhanush programme is working with over 80 young people, with basic computer, English, Hindi or Maths classes happening every day of the week. Our curriculum is integrated with our two Qissagadh Active Libraries and makes use of drama and storytelling.

Dhamaa Chaukdi

Awards and Recognition
Whats New?
Festival of Children’s Literature on 25-26 November
Qissagadh Library Outreach Programme
Western and Indian folk songs