Rusen Kumar Honoured with Giving Economy Changemaker Awards


MUMBAI: Rusen Kumar, a knowledge entrepreneur, founder of India CSR Network has been with Giving Economy Changemaker Awards by Crowdera Foundation for his valuable contribution towards promotion of Corporate Sustainability & Social Responsibility (CSR) in India. Award ceremony held in Mumbai on November 27, 2018 during the launch of The Giving Economy Conclave (GEC), which will be held next year in Singapore. The Giving Economy Conclave (GEC)was inaugurated by Chet Jain – CEO Crowdera, Triveni Acharya – Co-founder of Rescue Foundation and Sandeep Nath, the famous Bollywood lyricist.

Rusen Kumar has been into the area of Corporate Sustainability & Social Responsibility (CSR) for a decade.

The India CSR Network has been making significant contributions through adding new dimensions and perspectives to the domain of CSR and Sustainability.

He is accredited with establishing one of the largest CSR Network with a mission to promote and communicate the best practices of corporate India’s Sustainability and Responsibility Practices.

He has been organizing various successful national and international forums on CSR and allied domain having mission to make knowledgeable society. He has been extensively traveling various parts of the country to see the harsh reality of society and positive impact corporate made over there.

He is a knowledge entrepreneur and known as CSR think tank in India and comes from rural background. He is one of the most active CSR journalist of this time. He has been conferred with the prestigious CSR Person of the Year Award at an international forum for his outstanding contribution to the promotion of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in India.

He is also launching a B2B platform for social sector that is CSR Mart. It will bring all the CSR stakeholders, service providers and leaders in a single platform and accessible to all.

Awardees of Crowdera The Giving Economy Changemaker Award.

The launch event organized by Crowdera, the only commission free crowd funding platform, also saw the first ever GEC Change Maker Awards being presented to well-known names like Triveni Acharya, Gauri Sawant from Sakhi Char Chaugh and a holder of Presidential Award, Ajit Barse, from Slum Soccer Foundation, Sacheen Gandhi from Medicine Baba Trust, Shalabh Sahai from iVolunteer and Sandeep Nath, Maya Vishwakarma, Radha Krishna Prabhu from Annamitra, Srudipta Tagore; Rishi Raj from Muskaan. The awards accolade the recognition of their contribution to the society by aligning to and leaving an impact on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

Also Read: For it is in giving, that we receive – the Giving Economy Conclave to give effect to this principle

Please follow and like us: