Stories from TribesforGOOD alumni
Our mentors were the one that supported us and motivated us to keep going. I still remember when our first Podcast hit 100 views -- it was a surreal feeling. There was even a stranger who commented saying that she loved it and that’s when I knew that I had finally taken a large step on the road of contributing to a better world!
Before we knew it, we were on Apple Podcasts and Spotify too -- knowing that anybody having a bad day could listen to our podcast and feel better was just gratifying. We went on to do a couple of other podcasts, with different themes!
Ahana S, Co-founder Little Big Problems
“I was paired with women’s development organization
AfterTaste to assist with their social media strategy and
website development. It was empowering to know that I
was bringing to the table the right skillset to help
AfterTaste achieve their goals. What was most beneficial
was that much of what I had helped implement could be
utilized long after I was gone. I left with a better
understanding of the organization’s workings and wider
knowledge of the impact-sector, and they were able to
learn how to use social media to their advantage.”
Bianca Caruana, Founder The Altruistic Traveller
I still seem to be reflecting on my journey with TribesforGOOD and the goodness I was able to experience and take away with me. The organization is really changing the status quo of organization’s focused on volunteering abroad and approaching the topic in an ethical and sustainable way: understand the strengths and goals of participants, and the weaknesses and needs of organization’s in Mumbai focused on social impact.
Jazzmine Raine, Co-founder Hara House
"Because I’m committed to give as much love as I can in every situation that I can, I decided to join TribesforGOOD on their Social Impact Journey this November. Like me, TribesforGOOD is on a mission to overturn the dominant paradigm."
Pam Grout, New York Times Best selling Author
Wow, the November Social Impact Journey is done - and what a journey it was. It started with inspiring keynote speech from TribesforGOOD founder Mandeep Kaur on how ALL of us can make a difference in the world. We then went on to several educational, immersive experiences with social enterprises who are developing solutions to some of the world’s most complex social issues. We were learning from the people who ARE making a difference.
Jeanetta, HR Specialist
"Thank you Hannah for your contribution through your time and engaging the audience as a social media volunteer for Aftertaste. It was great to see your sincerity and dedication towards this. Through the posts over the last 1 month, we could create a potential lead for sales and also generate an order worth Rs 6000 for April, which added a lot of value.
Shalini Dutta, Founder Aftertaste