Who We Are
Progressive Foundation is a non-profit organization, registered under the society act, and founded in 2011, registration no.1456/2011-2012 by qualified professionals from diverse fields. The foundation aims at addressing the critical challenges of development and research. On one hand the Foundation works on public health and public education at policy levels with governments, and on the other hand the foundation has been running numerous projects in fields to impact the population on ground and acquire real data and information to feed the policy recommendations to the government. The Foundation has 12A, 80G and FCRA certifications.
on going projects
Supreme Court’s Committee for Monitoring of Shelter Homes for Urban Homeless in Uttar Pradesh Progressive Foundation is, on behalf of
Project launching ceremony was held on 20th December, 2021 at RCH hall, CMO office, Barabanki. The Chief Guests of ceremony
Our Bright Volunteers and Interns
Mr. Anish Bhargava
University of Bath and Haberdashers' Boys' School at Elstree, Hertfordshire in England
Passionate about computer programming and AI. Founder and editor of the school’s ENIGMA magazine, where articles are published written by the students within the fields of maths, physics, and computer science. Leading the school’s intermediate programming club and co-leading Turing society, a club where are hosted debates and talks by experts in science and technology.
Mr. Siddharth Kamannavar
Bachelor of Science, University of Chicago
Member of the U18 Field Hockey team of the United States. Won the elementary National History Bee in 2014, as a third-grader, and also won the 2017 History Bee, and Geography Olympiad.
Shagun, a dedicated social entrepreneur, holds a Bachelor's degree in Technology. Currently serving as a Program Coordinator at the Progressive Foundation, Shagun manages projects in public health and education. Shagun's work with the Pepal team, an international collaboration of the Progressive Foundation, involves the introduction of the NJIA program to Uttar Pradesh, India. This program focuses on leadership development to improve cervical cancer outcomes, to Uttar Pradesh, India.
Student at Dhirubhai Ambani International School, Mumbai
Anya is a zealous poet and an avid artist, she is associated with various NGO’s, and has volunteered at various government camps and conducted women health workshops across the country.
MPA/International Development Candidate at Harvard University
Tiara worked in Financial Services and Risk Management (FSRM) at Ernst & Young Indonesia (EY). She is now focusing on addressing critical development challenges and mitigating them through education, cultural diversity, and financial inclusion.
Bachelor of Science University of California, Los Angeles, Majoring in Biology
Disha is interested in pursuing a career in the medical field with an intended focus in the study of nephrology. Her interests include speech and debate, learning new information about the world of medicine, and advocacy based projects. Disha enjoys community service as she is an active volunteer for her community. She has participated in recycling based projects, making care packages for the homeless, addressing water quality concerns in her county, and tutoring students in low income communities. Moreover, she founded a non-profit organization, called Bliss Kids, dedicated to empowering education for underprivileged children worldwide. In her free time, Disha also enjoys reading, taking long walks, photography, and spending time with family and friends.