Civil society institutions to fledgling development initiatives, and many others who fall in-between, find support under the broad canopy of Trusts grants
Organisational grants of Tata Trusts can be classified under the following three heads.
Programme grants: These grants fall under various areas, such as: livelihoods; natural resource management; education; health; civil society strengthening; media, arts, craft and culture; relief and rehabilitation; to name a few.
Endowment grants: These grants are made to sustain and foster task-motivated civil society institutions. Interest accruing from the endowment grant may be utilised by the grantee for its activities.
Small grants: These grants are given to small, welfare-oriented organisations that usually do not have access to the Trusts’ funds.
How to apply for a grant
If your organisation works in one or more of the work areas supported by the Tata Trusts, and if you would like to explore a partnership with the Trusts, please download and fill the concept note and mail it to email@example.com. Kindly send the document in .doc or .pdf format. You are requested to not send any additional material by email / postal service / courier at this time.
Please note that applicants will receive a response from the Trusts within 30 days. Those who are shortlisted for further exploration of the partnership will be taken through the grant-making process, which may involve multiple levels of review and iteration, for up to six months. Going through the different levels of iteration is not an indication of fruition of grant support. The final decision on sanction / non-sanction of a grant application will be known only at the end of the review and iteration process.
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