Our Focus

Sustainable Development

We believe that when environment conservation and social upliftment goes hand-in-hand, it leads to real sustainable development


We understand the power of collaboration to drive real change and partner with like-minded individuals and organisations for resource conservation, biodiversity enhancement, clean energy technologies, carbon emission reduction, skill development and poverty alleviation

CSR Advisory

With a pool of experienced and passionate individuals, we provide cutting-edge advisory services to the corporations

Advocacy and Communications

Our focus is to advocate responsible living in urban and rural areas through events, trainings, workshops and outreach programmes

Our Projects

Nature's Jamboree
Solar Soche
Project Maati Milaap

Our Team


“Nature’s Jamboree, the environment advocacy initiative by SoCHE Foundation is very meaningful and relevant to our times. I convey my appreciation to the team on working tirelessly towards the promotion of clean environment and preservation of natural resources. It’s been our pleasure to be associated with you as strategic partners for green creative writing and taking out the first publication of Nature’s Jamboree, An Anthology of Poems by Children.”

Dolly Singh, Founder – Delhi Poetry Festival

“At the very core of SoCHE are individuals who are committed to sustainable development. Volunteering with them to create doodle images on environment conservation has been an absolute pleasure. Not only have I enjoyed the process of making use of my creativity for a cause, but also learnt so much in turn through numerous discussions we had.”

Dinesh Bhatia, Volunteer

“Volunteering for SoCHE was a natural choice for me as I had previously worked with the Founder and knew of the passion with which she works. The need assessment survey that I volunteered for was carried along with college student. I was monitoring them to carry interviews, FGDs and make the resource maps of the potters’ colony in Delhi. It was fairly challenging as the potters were a little apprehensive initially but we were able to convince them to participate in the surveys. Through Project Maati Milaap, I am now able to view sustainable development as a whole and understand the interconnectedness of social and environmental issues, which people in the sector often miss.”

Shyam Mohan Tyagi
Shyam Mohan Tyagi, Volunteer

In News

Meet Kanika Pal who is impacting the lives of 3000 potters in Delhi through her initiative.

Project Maati Milaap