OUR PARTNERS 

The integration ecosystem according to our entrepreneurship pedagogy is made up of companies, institutions, universities, foundations, etc … which trust LP4Y and share our belief in the amazing potential of each Young Adult.

FINANCIAL PARTNERS

UTKARSH MALIK

Referential Officer, Air Liquide India

“2019 has been a great year working at Air Liquide and one of the major highlights has been the opportunity to know and work with LP4Y. With support from Air Liquide Foundation and with team work at AL India, we were able to expand on the industry experience for the underprivileged Youth. Be it the company visit, inclusion in the yearly Diwali celebrations or the experience of working at AL with 2 of the Youth, Deep and Ravinder, the experience so far has been exuberant and it is something which we look forward to going ahead.”

Deputy Executive Director of UNICEF

OMAR ABDI

"The LP4Y model is impressive as it takes a holistic approach. The model provides to the Youth social counseling and coaching that gives them the comfort that a normal family would give. Close collaboration with business partners also ensures that the Youth are learning skills that respond to demands. These creative young adults are great risk takers and take risks that you and I would not take. But LP4Y provides them with the life skills to take the positive risks, not the negative ones."

MICRO-ECONOMIC INITIATIVES PARTNERS

ROHIT SALGAONKAR

Customer technical service, Roquette, Mumbai, Inde

“Roquette and LP4Y have been working together for the past few years and I am fortunate to have been involved for the past year with 2 LPCs in India (Delhi & Mumbai). I interacted with the Youths about the importance of Safety and Hygiene at the workplace. LP4Y does a commendable job for the young adults of the country. I also think it is really important that employees get involved in their company’s social activities because it is the only way we can give back to the society and make our world a better place to live in. The sheer number of young people has yet to become an asset since currently only 2.5 % of the Indian workforce has had some formal training. We need to give the best to our future generations.”