Registered under the Mumbai Public Trust Act, 1950, Sujaya Foundation has been bridging the linguistic and digital divide in India, since 2002. The aim of the Foundation is to provide education and employability skills to the under privileged by leveraging technology and incorporating the best pedagogical practices at an elementary, as well as at an advanced Level. Our Trustees and Our Advisers come from diverse backgrounds and have decades of experience ranging from teaching, corporate sustainability, to strategy and business development.
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Most of India’s under privileged children and youth do not get an opportunity to pick up basic digital and linguistic skills required to succeed in today's world. And we are trying to change that. If you feel you would like to be a part of this change and work towards reducing this disparity, do come and work with us.SEAL Program Empower Youth
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We do not actively seek financial support, but if you like any of our programs and would like to be a partner and not just a donor, then do reach out to us. We would be delighted to hear from you
What Our Partners Say
Sujaya Foundation and the Global Fund for Children share common values when it comes to strengthening India’s social sector and empowering children to be active, educated and informed citizens of the world. The Global Fund for Children finds and supports small, locally led organizations that transform the lives of the world’s most vulnerable children, and Sujaya Foundation has been an invaluable grassroots partner for us since 2008. Sujaya Foundation’s approach to social change – bridging the digital and linguistic divide through education and employment for children and youth – creates lasting impact by cultivating a new generation of leaders from socio-economically disadvantaged communities. We are proud to partner with Sujaya Foundation in its vital mission.
Kulsoom KhanGlobal Fund for Children
Sujaya Foundation has been an esteemed NGO partner of Deutsche Bank for more than a decade. Volunteers from Deutsche Bank regularly tutor their children and youth beneficiaries. We also support the Sujaya Experiential Learning Program by outsourcing some operations. The team has displayed passion, professionalism and transparency in each of the events/projects that we have been a part of.
Sanika ShidhayeAVP, Deutsche Bank
Our Success Stories
Yuvraj Narsappa Pujari, a differently abled youth (deaf and mute), comes from a family of 8.Know more
Lack of conversational English skills is a major hurdle to being accepted in mainstream societyKnow more
Shridhar Dhurat, of grade 8 joined the SEAL program at Level 1 and finished the year at Level 7.Know more