What We Do

Our mission is to promote and support strategic giving for a more equitable and sustainable society. Assist HELP Foundation is a registered charitable trust set up in 2012 to provide strategic and management support to corporates, individuals and NGOs with an aim to ensure greater impact of their philanthropic and CSR investments.

Assist HELP Foundation (AHF) is a leading not-for-profit organization, which works to make giving more effective and charities more successful. AHFis part of an international network with operations in 11 countries, including Australia, Canada, India, Russia, Singapore, United Kingdom and the United States of America and distributes funds to its network of partner NGOs.

We promote and support all socio development causes that positions us uniquely to address a wide cross sectoral span of donor interests. AHF, with its dedicated team of experts, brings development sector knowledge and experience to take ‘Giving’ further.

We have more than a decade long proven track record of conducting due diligence of non-government organizations across India and have gained the trust of many individual donors, national and transnational companies, Foundations and institutions. AHFhas a wide range of ‘giving’ solutions which include Corporate giving, Cause giving, Individual giving etc. We have an impeccable record of serving large multinationals, Public Sector Undertakings, Indian commercial giants by delivering their CSR commitments successfully.

The projects pursued by us lends rigorous support to the marginalized societies in order to improve their socio-economic conditions. We provide expertise and the right resources to help our partners and donors identify the right NGO. We have performed due diligence checks on more than 1000 NGOs, improving their capacity building scope for the future. Robust and impartial validation processes continue to be our competitive edge and this helps us establish trust amongst various NGOs which also facilitates increased engagement with the corporations.