Namma Bengaluru Foundation

Namma Bengaluru Foundation is looking for like-minded people and organizations, who carry in their hearts the belief that this is My City, My Voice, My Future.We recognize that volunteer work requiresadditional time and cannot be at the expense of one’s home and career needs. This is why we have designed our partnership programs to suit different levels:

 

Call for sponsorship 

Namma Bengaluru Foundation invites your esteemed organization to extend its support to the many causes by associating with us as a Sponsor. From our lake restoration programs and Namma Swachh Bengaluru initiative to the prestigious Namma Bengaluru ards, our foundation offers you an opportunity to be associated with our brand, ich has since its inception championed the cause of a better Bengaluru.

 If you’re interested to partner with us and help us in restoring Bengaluru’s lost glory, then do touch base with us at – nbf@namma-bengaluru.org or call Usha Dhanaraj – +91-9591143888

At NBF we do not have any pre-defined rules on how you can contribute and hence apart from just being sponsors we look forward to any association that brings value to our foundation and city.

 

Responsible Advocacy

We believe that the youth are our change-agents and can play a pivotal role in ushering in a new mindset. We would like to open up our advocacy platform for you to leverage it at your creative best.

 In-campus

Create advocacy platforms within your respective institutions.Using forums like drama-clubs, debate-clubs, art-clubs, music-bands, take up the issues that you believe are destroying your city and create awareness and break inertia.

Enthuse your audience to join the movement for a better Bengaluru by volunteering with Namma Bengaluru Foundation. Record (video, still) all these activities and send them to us for our website and our Facebook page. Use your social media network to spread the message, so that your friends across the world can see.

Off-campus

Take the activities that you believe have good potential and use them to spread the message outside your campus – in public forums like malls, parks, and corporatevcampuses.

Academic

If any of you is interested in pursuing a civic issue from an academic perspective, come to us. We shall guide you on the issues that need to be studied and help you align with the right NGOs and people. Your reports will become part of Namma Bengaluru Foundation’s knowledge archive.

Social media content

Platforms like Facebook and Twitter are de-rigueur in today’s digital environment, especially when we are networking with your peer group – the youth. We encourage you to create content that can be posted on our website and other digital platforms.


Creative Partnership

Volunteering during our various events is an important way to help us. Besides the regular activities (some examples – diabetes health check-up camps; Global Leadership Summit in partnership with AIESEC; Heritage Walk, on World Heritage Day, in association with INTACH), we have our flagship event, the Namma Bengaluru Awards.

 Volunteering during our various events is an important way to help us. Besides the regular activities (some examples –  diabetes health check-up camps; Global Leadership Summit in partnership with AIESEC; Heritage Walk, on World  Heritage Day, in association with INTACH), we have our flagship event, the Namma Bengaluru Awards.

Regular events

As an event gets scheduled, you can become a part of our team in making our presence more impactful, at the venue.From being our spokesperson to helping generate a data-base of volunteers (remember how you came into our family?), to any other way you may feel that you can contribute.

Namma Bengaluru Award

Our milestone property requires a highly strategic approach with long-term operation schedules.

Designing the nomination forms, soliciting them from various forums (schools, colleges, corporate houses, public forums, etc.), collating data & analyzing the entries, co-ordination of pre-event & event day activities – the list is endless.

We need a group of ‘enthu-cutlets’ to make this happen.

 

Constructive Activism

The activist is not the man who says the river is dirty. The activist is the man who cleans up the river.” – Ross Perot

Activism forms the backbone of any social movement. The difference in our way of thinking is that we believe in 'Constructive Activism'. We believe that to achieve something meaningful, there's a need to work in an inclusive manner, joining hands with various stake-holders: citizens, Government, civic organizations, RWAs, NGOs and others.

 Reaching out to each of them requires a dedicated group of volunteers, committed to devoting time. Some of the ways you can be a part of this are:

RWA contact program

A key focus for us every year is to enlist the support of RWAs for our initiatives. Believers are required to create success stories.