do not have a higher
do not have the soft skills
necessary for employment
are married before
they reach 18 years
Magic Bus among the top 5 nonprofits in India
Mumbai (Maharashtra)[India] Jan 08 (ANI/Digpu): Magic Bus's constant endeavours to operate at its best and channel its energy and talent towards developing an effective high-impact programme, is showing results.
We need different ways of looking at problems
Matthew Spacie, founder of Magic Bus and Cleartrip, explains why the social sector needs new talent and diverse skills – and how corporate talent can make their engagement with the sector more meaningful...
Mumbai slum-dweller gets UK’s Prince’s Trust award
The first Indian recipient of the Prince’s Trust Award — which provides jobs, education and training to young people — Tambe is on her way to become a teacher...
What corporates can learn from nonprofits
After six years of being CEO at Motorola Solutions, when I moved to the development sector, I did so because I thought I would be bringing in some business efficacies and efficiencies, and helping Magic Bus scale...
The Magic Bus journey from childhood to livelihood
As it celebrates its 20th anniversary, NGO Magic Bus aims to lift millions of children out of poverty.
Founder, Matthew Spacie, was awarded Social Entrepreneur of the Year by Business Standard
Protsahan Puraskar for
Promotion and development of Sports
First Indian entity -
and the only non-profit - to win
Laureus Sport for Good Award