Maanch is the world’s first global impact platform and a community for global change-makers.
We devise and deliver digital solutions, supported by experts, that enable philanthropists, family offices and investors to direct their funding to high-impact projects that both align with their specific interests and accelerate achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Every charity, NGO and Social Enterprise that we put forward for funding passes our robust due diligence, banking checks and demonstrates impact on an ongoing basis.
Prior to Maanch, there was no objective impact measurement to evaluate projects on a global scale. So we built the tools to track KPIs and digitally map, measure, monitor and report on impact at an individual, organisational, country and global level.
This means funders have a reliable way to compare projects while enjoying a much clearer view of the contribution they are making over time. Enabling you to watch your philanthropic footprint and legacy progress in real time so you can see what the overall net impact of your investments are.
What we offer – at a glance:
Impact measurement - giving a standardised way of assessing progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals
Grant management technology - digitizing grant making process by automating due diligence checks, monitoring and evaluating progress in real time, and generating instant reports to keep all stakeholders up to date with financial, operational, and impact information.
Intelligent matchmaking – providing funders with an easy and accessible way to find the projects that best align with their personal values and motivations for giving.
A universally applicable framework via the SDGs – directing fund to the projects most likely to move the needle on global sustainable development
Maanch was founded in 2018 by Darshita Gillies and an expert team of passionate change-makers who believe in the power of emerging technologies as a force for global good. Soon after launch, Maanch was awarded Start Up of the Year 2019 by Infosys in India Inc. UK/India Awards, while Darshita was included in the 100 Most Influential list.
‘We’re building much more than a high impact philanthropy service – we’re building a global community that is as committed to sustainable positive change as we are.’
To find out more, please contact Sianne Haldane, Director of Philanthropy: