Satpuda Foundation is an NGO working in Wildlife & Forest conservation in central India. Nagpur, being the Tiger Capital of Asia has six Tiger Reserves around it. The Satpuda Foundation was formed with the specific aim of protecting wildlife, conducting research to support conservation and educating sections of society about the short and long-term benefits of protecting the Satpuda region, which is probably the world's largest remaining tiger habitat. To know more you can visit  www.satpuda.org.
Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS)
The Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS), a pan-India wildlife research organization, has been promoting the cause of nature conservation since 1883.BNHS Mission: Conservation of nature, primarily biological diversity through action based on research, education and public awareness, BNHS Vision: Premier independent scientific organization with a broad based constituency, excelling in the conservation of threatened species and habitats. To know more you can visit  www.bnhs.org.
Kamala Sundaram Foundation
Kamala Sundaram Foundation, a not-for-profit body, established in 2005; was born out of the desire expressed by Dr A P J Abdul Kalam (former President of India) on his visit to Aditya Jyot Eye Hospital to put a twinkle in the eyes of the visually impaired. Kamala Sundaram Foundation works with a mission to alleviate the suffering of the poor and aims to prevent avoidable blindness through awareness generation, eye screening and providing access to quality eye care at an affordable cost. To know more you can visit  www.ajftle.org
Harrier has undertaken a plantation drive to plant various trees around its office area at Besa, Nagpur. Over 1000 trees have been planted so far in the precincts and nearby area. To increase the bio-diversity, multiple varieties of trees have been planted.
All team members of Harrier enjoy the volunteer work in the above activities.