Namma Bengaluru Foundation

Namma Bengaluru Foundation (NBF) is an organization working towards making Bengaluru a model city by ensuring people-centric governance measures. Its various initiatives address citizen interests, citizen rights, safety, and city planning. Namma Bengaluru Foundation aims to be the voice of the people; a voice that needs to be heard in order to make Bengaluru a truly Global City.

Jupiter Capital is a sponsor of the Foundation

Namma Bengaluru Awards

The Namma Bengaluru Awards was launched by the Namma Bengaluru Foundation in 2009. The Awards recognizes impactful contribution by citizens that made a positive difference to the city. Every year a panel of distinguished judges pick the real heroes who dedicated their lives to make the city a better place to live and celebrate them for their outstanding efforts.

Jupiter Capital has been associated for 5 years with the Namma Bengaluru Awards

Youth Net

Youth Net is a non-profit organization registered under the Registration of Societies Act 1895. It was launched on 1st of February 2006 by a group of young professionals from Nagaland. The objective of this group is to bring the youth together to collectively grow by exchanging ideas and experience, draw strength from one another and to create a platform for them to voice their opinion. Youth Net is not issue specific but rather target specific.

“Impact 5000 by 18” is a five year program and a joint initiative of Govt. of Nagaland and Dept of youth resource and sports. The program aims to develop entrepreneurial skills through a specialised course in Business-skills. 20 budding entrepreneurs who have the ambition and potential to generate substantial growth in their businesses are selected and trained by Youth Net. The training culminates in a Business growth plan competition. This competition is planned in partnership with Jupiter Capital. The top scorer in the final assessment is given Rs. 5 Lakhs cash prize.


Flags of Honour

As the Chairman of the National Military Memorial Committee, Bengaluru, Mr. Rajeev Chandrasekhar is passionate about upholding the pride and honour of Armed forces. The Flags of Honour Foundation works tirelessly to keep the memory of our Nation’s heroes, our Martyrs alive. It supports families of Jawans through its various initiatives.


DRISHYA is a social movement that provides free education to underprivileged children from. Drishya emerged from the cooperative efforts of the Dwaraknath Reddy Institutes for Knowledge - Association for Voluntary Action and Services (DRIK-AVAS) partnership. It was born as a corollary to AVAS’ work in the slums, supported by the DRIK initiative of the Ramanarpanam Trust.

Ramanarpanam Trust and Drishya specially acknowledge the magnanimous contributions of The R.C.Foundation, especially its Trustees Ms.Anju and Mr. Rajeev Chandrashekar whose silent support has helped sustain this initiative.


Jupiter Capital in association with Rajeev Chandrasekhar Foundation (RCF), is committed to serving the needy and uplift the poor. When the devastating floods in October 2009, hit the whole of Mantralayam town, the Foundation built 175 houses for the poor who lost their homes. It has further provided dormitory and other pilgrim amenities centre to help the devotees.

Other social causes supported by Rajeev Chandrashekhar

Aasare: In October 2009, Karnataka witnessed one of the worst floods that battered the state and caused heavy damage to lives and properties. Hundreds of people lost their lives and many thousands were rendered homeless. The Government of Karnataka initiated the ‘Aasare’ program, as a Public – Private initiative, to provide permanent shelter to the flood affected families. Mr. Rajeev Chandrashekar was appointed as Coordinator to channelize interests and donation from corporate. The funds were used to build the houses for the flood victims. Mr. Chandrasekhar successfully roped in more than 50 Corporate companies that ensured enough funds to build 80,000 houses for the flood affected families.

Jupiter Capital in association with Rajeev Chandrashekar Foundation (RCF) has adopted 3 villages and has committed to build 1000 houses. RCF has already built 293 houses and has developed a village at Shirabadgi, in Badami taluk of Bagalkote district, Karnataka. The houses were handed over to the victims on the eve of Diwali on 24th October, 2011 to families of those who lost them in the floods. The new houses were constructed with a completely new layout for the new village with planned drainage and electricity and water.