Funds Raised



We work with children from economically and socially backward communities (8 - 14 year age group). Irrespective of gender, disability and background we give them an opportunity to train, excel and have a career in sports. The kids are trained in specific sports, at their schools by the young and the brightest volunteers among their community who dedicate 2 years of their life to be on our fellowship program as part of National Sports Corps. Post their fellowship, Bridges of Sports supports these fellows to be micro entrepreneurs to supplement their livelihood and further help build the sports ecosystem.


We couple this effort through collaborations in the space of technology and digital marketing. It will play an instrumental role in generating funds, bringing together volunteers, monitoring, and nurturing online communities who care about our cause.



Our advisory board


  • Shikha Tandon, Former Indian Olympic Swimmer
  • Bharath Chetri, Former captain of Indian National Hockey Team
  • Devika Malik, International Para-athlete and Asian representative on Commonwealth Youth Sport for Development & Peace
  • Neha Aggarwal, Former Olympian Table Tennis Player
  • Aparna Athreya, Founder Director of Kid and Parent Foundation
  • Prof. Colin Coulson-Thomas, Director- General - Institute of Directors (India, UK & Europe)
  • R K Dubey, Ex-Chairman and Managing Director of Canara Bank


Our Digital partner


  • KreedOn - Voice of Indian Sports, A digital sports media and marketing company giving services and building products exclusively for Indian athletes and sports ecosystem. They lend a voice to young athletes who aspire to make a mark in the sporting community by using technology and mass support.


In the news


  • This coach eyes rural schools for new Chhetri, PT Usha - The Economic Times
  • Karnataka: In search of Olympic gems among local talent - Deccan chronical
  • This Organisation Is Using Sports As A Tool To Enhance Job Opportunities To The Underprivileged The Logical Indian
  • Chat In The Cafe With Education Specialist, Aparna Athreya, On The Importance Of A Sports
  • Culture In India Polka Cafe