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About Changements

People who see the need for change, those that work towards change and those that fund change are all working towards the change they want to see.  At Changements we maximize the impact by identifying synergies between the doers and the enablers of change.  Real change happens when there is a long term intimate partnership between the various Change Makers.

We are a group of professionals committed to making a lasting impact for a happier, healthier and just world.



We create a long term partnership between NGOs and groups of friends or family that are vested in joining hands to help NGOs achieve scales. 

Change-Enabler : You are one if you are interested in making the world a better place for everybody. We bring you curated non-profits that you can engage with and be part of the journey. 

Change-Makers :  If you are an NGO looking to connect with the right people to fulfill your dream, we'll bring them to you.



  1. Create Donor Pod (group) with like minded friends/family.​

  2. Browse our NGO Portfolio and pick the one that appeals to your group.

  3. Each group member, pick the number of coffee cups you will pledge annually. 

  4. Together reach the goal of a Project/Program of your chosen NGO. Individual pledges will remain confidential.

  5. You can pick the periodicity of your contributions and we will remind you when it is due.

  6. If you are in the vicinity, connect with your NGO, visit and write about your experience on our Blog or post a video for others.

The philosophy of Bombas Socks is to cover someone’s feet in need, for every order received. For every pair of TOMS shoe purchased, a new pair new is given to a child in need. Leesa the mattress store donates one mattress to a nonprofit for every 10 sold. Bombas has so far donated 43 million pairs of socks and Leesa has donated 37,000 mattresses. Queen Bee cafe in the greater Seattle area is 100% not for profit, that donates all profits to local charities. A visit to Queen Bee café helps a cause.

If you live in the United States, you pay on average $2.70 for a coffee. At one latte per working day, your monthly expense – a modest $54. Annually this rounds up to a not so paltry $650. This translates to educating 26 children for the entire year. A family/friends group (8-10), can educate an entire village of children for a year.

In India, your weekly Café Coffee Day coffee would sum up to Rs.750 and annually you are looking at Rs.36,000 towards coffee. This roughly translates to building 1.5 toilets in a remote village in dire need. A group of 5 can change the lives of 100 men, women and children forever.

Collective giving magnifies the impact quantitively and qualitatively. Write to us if you are a non-profit or know of one willing to partner with us and grow. Also write to us if you are a donor or group of donors looking for the right non-profit to make a lasting impact. 




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