Join a Chapter
Just as it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a community to educate one. In this way, our 14 chapter communities bring together passionate people from all walks of life who support Pratham through local events and activities. Their common bond: To improve the education of India’s children.
How do they do this? Through social events that reflect the culture of their community: concerts, 5K runs, happy hours, fireside chats and lakeside picnics. From intimate gatherings to large galas, chapter members conceive ways to build momentum for Pratham’s programs throughout the year. They are the ones who give a voice to India’s children.
Yes, one person can make a difference, but a united group of people can do so much more. Getting involved is an excellent way to meet like-minded people in your community while working for a common cause.
Ready to join a chapter or launch one in your town?
Inspired to launch a chapter in your community? Contact us to find out how you can raise awareness and fundraise to bring about lasting change in India by starting a local Pratham chapter.
Our newest chapter boasts a growing community of vibrant and engaged professionals from metro Atlanta looking to give back.
Austin’s youthful vibe is reflected in this energetic and socially conscious chapter, which organizes a variety of events and activities year-round.
Boston keeps education in the spotlight at their events, which include lectures and panel discussions at local universities.
Warm, welcoming and easygoing sets the tone of our Chicago events and membership, which comprises all ages and includes an active Young Professionals group.
The family-focused Dallas-Fort Worth chapter hosts an array of kid-friendly events and is the birthplace of the Pratham USA Readathon.
Our founding Houston chapter plays a leadership role with its high-profile gala, family-friendly gatherings and active Young Professionals group.
Los Angeles is known for its blockbuster galas, which often feature appearances by socially informed celebrities.
Arts and cultural events are a strong element in our high-profile Mid-Atlantic chapter (formerly known as the Washington, DC chapter), which also has a vibrant Young Professionals group.
New York Tri-State
Motivated, diverse and forward-thinking, our largest chapter (comprised of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut) includes some of the area’s most prominent Indo-Americans.
The rapidly growing Phoenix chapter organizes lively social, educational and culturally-oriented community events.
This chapter (covering the Research Triangle Park areas of Durham, Raleigh and Chapel Hill) is a catalyzing force in building community events and youth-focused activities.
Seattle’s tech-minded membership energizes an influential Indian community with a range of cultural and family-oriented events.