Samuha is an NGO which started its operations in 1987 and is based in Karnataka. The organization works in six districts in Karnataka with the aim to improve the quality of life of vulnerable people such as people with disabilities, people living with/are vulnerable to contracting HIV/AIDS, rural communities in drought-prone areas amongst others.
The Sir Dorabji Tata Trust, part of the Tata Group, is one of the earliest and one among the most well-established philanthropic organisations in India. Through the grants, the Trust supports institutions, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and individual (medical and educational) grants. The Trust funds projects across a wide spectrum of areas ranging from art and culture to urban poverty and human rights.
The Deshpande Foundation promotes three principles – innovation, entrepreneurship, and scale – in its pursuit of economic development. Through their Social Innovation Sandbox Initiatives, they carefully select entrepreneurs, ideas, and strategies and in turn connect these to resources, networks, and opportunities for further engagement and growth. The grantmaking programs partner with institutions, nonprofits, and NGOs working in health, education, agriculture, and livelihoods. They run their own programs in leadership and entrepreneurial development as well as in community engagement. Through programs such as the Champions, Deshpande Fellowship Program, Entrepreneurship Academy, Global Exchange and LEAD, the Deshpande Foundation catalyzes leadership, passion, and initiative.
Engages in commercial and residential real estate, hospitality, and retailing sector businesses in India. It offers land sourcing and acquisition, project support, leasing and selling, plan and design, construction, and facilities management services, as well as approvals and design services, including zoning and clean land titles. The company also provides townships and commercial business districts that include residential apartments, office spaces, and retail and entertainment areas. In addition, it constructs hotels and convention centers. K Raheja Corp. was formerly known as K Raheja and changed its name to K Raheja Corp. in January 1997. The company was founded in 1956 and is based in Mumbai, India.
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Tata Trusts are amongst India’s oldest, non-sectarian philanthropic organizations that work in several areas of community development. Tata Trusts seek to be catalysts in development through giving grants to institutions in the areas of Natural Resources Management, Rural Livelihoods, Urban Livelihoods & Poverty, Education, Enhancing Civil Society and Governance, Health and Media Arts, Crafts and Culture.