Jeevitnadi in January 2014 began as an informal group comprised of highly passionate individuals, supported by the various subject-experts and advisors.

In September 2016, Jeevitnadi became a SECTION 8 company, registered as Jeevitnadi - Living River Foundation. We are eligible to accept CSR and other funds.

We have already worked with Cummins India, iReserach Services Ltd.

Information at a Glance

Organisation Name

Jeevitnadi – Living River Foundation

Registration Number

CIN: U74999PN2016NPL166477

Registered as

Section 8 Company

Registration Date

19th September 2016

Registered Address

Flat No. 4, Profile Regency, S. No. 6/9, Erandawane, Pune, Maharashtra, India, 411004

80G

Applicable

Organization Values

Jeevitnadi- Living River Foundation is the organization comprising of individuals from diverse professional fields who are passionate about environment conservation. Mission of reviving rivers is our drive for all our actions.

Organization Website

www.jeevitnadi.org

Organization email

[email protected]

 

Name of Directors

Shailaja Deshpande

9822391941

Aditi Deodhar

7350000385

Manish Ghorpade

9325382401

Kirti Wani

7350923344

Niranjan Upasani

9623444108

Dharmaraj Patil

9881186399

 

Download Media Kit

Jeevitnadi Media Kit contains all the information about Jeevitnadi. 

Our Vision, Our Mission, Founder members, Current Directors, Jeevitnadi Verticals, Media Coverage, Social Media handles and our wonderful team that makes it all possible. 

About our Implementation Projects

Adopt a River Stretch is our Action-oriented program.

We take pride in the fact that Jeevitnadi is pioneer in introducing the concept “My River, My Responsibility” in Pune city. 

These booklets provide more information about the “Adopt a River Stretch Program”

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Some of our work

MUTHAI RIVER FESTIVAL 2015

MUTHAI RIVER FESTIVAL 2016

TOXIN-FREE LIFESTYLE

MUTHAI RIVER WALK PART 1

covered by Mast Marathi Katta

MUTHAI RIVER WALK PART 2

covered by Mast Marathi katta

STORY OF A RIVER