Financial Literacy for Factory Workers

CSR Financial Literacy for Rural Women

Financial Literacy for Young Girls

Financial Literacy for Disadvantaged Youth

Financial Literacy for Blue Collar Workers

Financial Inclusion Campaign for Labourers

Financial Literacy for Ragpickers

Investor Education for Teachers

Financial Awareness for Children

Jan Dhan Bank Account Opening Camp

Financial Dignity for Labour

Financial Awareness for Textile Workers

One to One Financial Discussions

CASH NEFT SBI Financial Inclusion

Sanchayan is committed exclusively to Financial Literacy for Indians

We have only 1 Mission since 2009

“Empower Indians by making them Financially Literate”

Why is Financial Literacy important?

  • HelpsĀ people to make efficient financial decisions
  • Educates people about the benefits of investing in stock markets
  • Empowers to women to understand their financial rights & duties
  • Builds a strong knowledge foundation among the youth
  • Manage household budgets in times of inflation
  • Educates farmers to manage agricultural price shocks and predict forecasts
  • Financial Inclusion creates an equitable society for all Indians (Jan Dhan Yojana)

Our Programs

We design and implement financial education and awareness programs for School Children, Youth, Disadvantaged teenagers in other NGOs, Working Professionals, Farmers, Women, Senior Citizens, Corporate employees and almost everyone who want to educate themselves about financial matters. Financial Literacy should be one of the most important topics that should be taught in schools and colleges, but it not taught right now. Thus, we have taken up the challenge of educating Indians about financial matters by giving them neutral information and guidance and without promoting any products or services. Sanchayan believes in neutral, independent and meaningful financial literacy and awareness.

Read & Educate Yourself

We write independent & neutral articles on financial matters like savings, credit cards, digital literacy, Jan Dhan Yojana, household budgets, insurance, remittances, financial inclusion, payments, money transfer, fintech startups, Indian Government programs on financial inclusion, money management and other personal finance topics.