While corporates can imbibe empathy and learn to balance relationships with results, governments need to open their ears to non-profits who are really connected to people. "Mahatma Gandhi said there is enough for everyone's need but not for everyone's greed. Corporates must realise this can intersect relationships with result," Saurabh said.
When I was in my finance career, I did take some volunteering initiatives like painting a school or teaching a module at a public school, but what I did most was write a cheque annually typically to an education focused Not for Profit.
To make a real difference, I knew I had to teach them long term. So without much planning, I asked if they would come on Sundays. They said yes! We found a room in the area. My husband, Anurup Mitra, joined me in teaching the kids.