The filmmakers of the Sound of Mumbai: A Musical are working to help the children featured in the film. Help them build a library, develop a music program, and create a scholarship fund for the kids.
KINOE is a UK registered charity which raises funds for educational projects in the Indian subcontinent. It aims to help less privileged children escape the poverty cycle and build a better life through the benefits of good education.
Founded by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II in 1944, R&H represents a wide variety of entertainment copyrights, primarily in the musical theater. Including 12,000 songs, 200 writers, and over 100 musicals
Pratham, India's largest educational NGO, was started by UNICEF in 1994 with a mission to erase illiteracy amongst India's 100 million under-privileged children.
Magic Bus is a not-for-profit organization that works towards creating equal opportunities for children and youth living in some of the most vulnerable circumstances in India.
AIF is the largest US-based diaspora philanthropy organization focused on India. Since its inception in 2001, AIF has benefited more than 1.5 million people through its innovative programs and partnerships with Indian non-governmental organizations.
The Bombay Chamber Orchestra (BCO) Society was founded in 1962 as an educational trust, primarily to offer free coaching to the young musical talent of the city in the techniques of orchestral playing.
The National Centre for the Performing Arts, Mumbai , programs and presents more than 500 events each year across all major art forms, notably Indian and Western Classical Music, Theatre, Film, Dance and Visual Arts.