The Akanksha Education Fund offers donors in the U.S. a chance to become more deeply involved in our work both through strategy and support. Over the next three years, our sustained donors will help us raise over $2 million for Akanksha. These networks of like-minded investors are vital in building our capacity to give over $6 million in funding for educational initiatives in India over the next three years.
Education has been a major leverage in my life and my goal is to give the same leverage to a few students. Akanksha’s commitment to providing leading-edge education opportunities to underprivileged communities is what drew me to them. Our goals are aligned and I have been very impressed with every point of contact with Akanksha. Leo Joseph, Private Investor, Akanksha Ambassador
President’s Circle members commit to giving $100,000 or more a year for three years, for a total gift of $300,000.
Akanksha President’s Circle
Steadview Capital Management
Ambassadors commit to giving $50,000 or more a year for three years, for a total gift of $150,000.
Shikha and Girish Bhakoo
Sunita and Shankar Iyer
Nathalie and Leo Joseph
Charuta Joshi and Ramesh Srinivasan
Bharti Malkani and Vijay Jayant
Anjali and Prakash Melwani
Special Envoys commit to giving $25,000 or more a year for three years, for a total gift of $75,000.
Akanksha Special Envoys
Medha V Prakash and Milind Mehere
Srividya Prakash and Anirudh Samsi
Diplomats commit to giving $10,000 or more a year for three years, for a total gift of $30,000.
Nymrata Advani and Yunus Bickici
Sara Darehshori and Ronald Rolfe
Colette and Jawad Haider
Sachin Jindal and Sunayna Jain
Fally and Vikram Malkani
Kirtna Pai and Asheet Mehta
Sarah and David Roberts
Kate Shoemaker and Anand Srinivasan
Brande and David Stellings
Attachés commit to giving $5,000 or more a year for three years, for a total gift of $15,000.
Arun and Asmita Bhatia
Anjum Khan and Sajjad Ladiwala
Priya and Gaurav Hariani