Yuva Parivartan

Mumbai, India, South Asia
Yuva Parivartan is one of the largest NGOs providing livelihoods to underprivileged youth.

Volunteering Activities

Agriculture Work
Social Work
Web Work
Women Empowerment

What We Need

Yuva Parivartan welcomes volunteers on an individual or group basis. We also invite international students to volunteer as a part of their internship program. Volunteers can choose from a list of options in which they would like to help our organisation according to their interest and capabilities.

Individuals with a considerable amount of knowledge, exposure and experience are invited to mentor our students. Mentoring may be offered to individuals, small groups and larger groups of students. Workshops, seminars, field visits and picnics are some of the ways in which mentors engage with the beneficiaries.

Individuals with relevant knowledge and experience are invited to conduct classes for our courses. They may also wish to assist in course and syllabus upgradation as per the need of industry.

We welcome volunteers to help in website content updation and website blog administration on a weekly basis. These volunteers can also help us manage our social networking platforms.

Our wide range of activities calls for a lot of administrative work in terms of resource procurement, purchase and maintenance. Documentation is an indispensable part of this work. Volunteers will be welcome to assist with these activities.

Accounts and MIS
Individuals with prior experience, in-depth knowledge and keenness to help in the accounts department are invited to assist in the working of the MIS system and also suggest improvements to the existing processes.

Resource Mobilization
This involves getting sponsorship for our students, courses & events; entering into partnerships with corporates to procure funds, training and joint certification for our courses.

Volunteers are invited to be part of our core team for organizing our various events such as Career Fair and YP Day. Work includes planning, resource allocation and procurement of sponsorships. Volunteers also play a crucial role in post-event activities. Volunteers may also help in organizing field trips and industry visits etc.

Volunteers are invited to help us with documenting, generating reports and data entry.

Partner with us
We are looking for active participation from the like-minded NGOs across the country to partner with us for the overall development of the society.

Under this project, a partner of Yuva Parivartan would be provided with Staff Training, Fundraising Referrals and techniques, a Start-Up Kit, as well as on-going support (as mentioned in the M.O.U.). We handhold our partner NGO in all aspects including the certification and sustainability.

When & Who

3 Months


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Contact Person

Kherwadi Social Welfare Association, Parishramalaya, Teen Bungalow Road Opp. Kherwadi Municipal School, Kherwadi, Bandra (E), Mumbai - 400 051, Mumbai, India.

Additional Info about Us

More than 50 people

Yuva Parivartan is a collective effort of transformers, visionaries, corporates, and the benefactors. An NGO which was cradled in the Kherwadi region of Bandra, is now brimming with endless energy and has spread across the entire nation. In 19 years of its existence, Yuva Parivartan has shown a tremendous growth. The parent center has now branched out to over 700 centers across 17 states of India, which includes 67 Livelihood Development Centers, more than 600 Partnership Centers and over 5000 mobile rural camp centers. We have worked with the Police Department and Prisons to train First Time Offenders and under-trials thereby re-habilitate them and keep them away from crime.

As one of the largest NGOs in the livelihood space in India that works for the “out of school” youth, we strongly believe that the nation’s strength and future lies in the hands of its youth. Unlike the developed countries where 90% youth opt for some or the other sort of vocational training, less than 5% undergo vocational training in our country despite the fact that India is a country with the largest youth population.

From 100 students to 6,50,000 students, from 1 center to more than 700 centers, from the violence affected tribal areas of Maharashtra to the hostile snow-clad terrain of Kashmir, Yuva Parivartan has expanded its horizons to become a national movement.

Annually, we empower 1, 00,000 school dropouts of which over 60% are gainfully employed including those that take a bigger leap of becoming entrepreneur.
At Yuva Parivartan, we aim to continue growing and mentoring other local NGOs and government organizations to deliver the YP model of livelihood training to achieve a Pan India presence.
Wockhardt Foundation Eradication of Poverty Popular Award,2016, Winner of ICICI Foundation and CNBC TV18’s awards ,QCI - Quality Council of India, Guide Star India Gold Certificate-proud recipient, Winner of UBM India’s “Best NGO”, Finalist in ‘Social Entrepreneur of the Year’ (SEOY) award sponsored by SCHWAB Foundation in 2013 & 2016.

KSWA was founded in 1928 by Late Shri. B.G. Kher, a freedom fighter, statesman and the first Premier of Bombay State. He was moved by the plight and miserable living conditions of the 100 odd tanner families who had settled in the marshes of Bandra (E) called Chamdewalla-ki-Wadi. While he was involved in the freedom struggle, leading two ministries in 1937 and 1946, interspersed with prison terms, his friends and associates continued to work in the area, later known as "Kherwadi".

The Trust was registered in 1955 and the Trustees and Executive Council have continued to follow the principles of service and commitment to help the poor and underprivileged and adhere to the high principles of simplicity, integrity and commitment set by the founder.

Kherwadi Social Welfare Association started the Yuva Parivartan™ (YP) Movement in 1998 under the leadership of Mr. Kishor Kher and Mrs. Mrinalini Kher to cater to the unmotivated school dropouts and make them economically independent through vocational training. The movement was formally launched in February 2003 by the then President Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam.

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