Foodshaala Foundation is a section 8 company, co-founded by a NALSAR alumna, Raadhika Gupta, from the 2006-11 batch. Foodshaala’s vision is to ensure a world where everyone is able to make healthy food a part of their life. Their mission is to enable people to choose and access healthy food. Towards this mission, Foodshaala sets up community kitchens where local women are trained to prepare healthy meals. Through these kitchens, Foodshaala provides access to affordable healthy food to children from low-income families. They also conduct behaviour change workshops on food and nutrition for children and their parents. During the current COVID-19 crisis, Foodshaala has been working with the Delhi government to provide milk and nutrition packets to children and migrant workers.
The National Academy of Legal Studies and Research (NALSAR), Hyderabad is one of the country's premier law schools. Since its inception, the University has been home to vital conversations on law and justice. These conversations have acknowledged that questions of justice arise in all legal pursuits whether in the world of courts, corporations, education or administration. Using law as an instrument of social change the University has supported crusades for land rights, disability empowerment and against moral policing and hate speech.
NALSAR is committed to the creation of an ethical legal culture, which protects and promotes the rule of law.
Goonj is a non-governmental organisation headquartered in Delhi, India which undertakes disaster relief, humanitarian aid and community development in parts of 23 states across India.
Goonj aims to build an equitable relationship of strength, sustenance and dignity between the cities and villages using the under-utilized urban material as a tool to trigger development with dignity, across the country.
Migrant Transport Support Network is an organization that has been formed in the wake of the crisis of the mass transport issues faced by migrant workers in India. It is a citizens initiative that works in collaboration with reputed organizations working on the field like CoAST, SWAN, etc. and works with a team strength of over 200 volunteers. In two weeks of its work in June, MTSN has been able to reach and help more than 16,000 migrant workers with transportation, food, and cash related requests.