Funding Partners

Present Funding Partners:

Share and Care Foundation, USA

Share and Care work to enhance the quality of lives of
underprivileged women and children by supporting
programmes in the fields of primary healthcare and education.

As one of the larger grant-making applications in the UK, the Paul Hamlyn Foundation makes grants to organisations that aim to maximise opportunities for individuals to experience a full quality of life, with a particular focus on children and young people.

The foundation carries out Axis Bank’s corporate
social responsibility initiatives, with a focus on education
for the underprivileged, public health, and medical rehabilitation.

Global Fund for Children

GFC provide capital to strengthen innovative community-based organizations serving the most vulnerable children and youth.

Childreach International, UK

Childreach International is a UK registered grass roots charity. They work in partnerships with local communities in the developing world to help improve children’s access to healthcare, education and human rights. They currently have projects in India, Nepal, Pakistan, Tanzania, Ghana, Palestinian Territories, and Bangladesh.

Asha-Vijay Foundation, USA

Previous Funding Partners:

Sir Dorabji Tata Trust, India

SDTT supports individuals, institutions and organisations striving to make a difference, promoting purposeful philanthropy and encouraging learning and research throughout India.

Terre des Hommes, Germany

Working in almost 150 locations, Terre des Hommes helps street children, abandoned and working children, looks after children that have become victims of war and violence, supports children affected by AIDS, and helps protects the rights of discriminated groups.

Oxfam India

As the Indian branch of Oxfam International, Oxfam India works to ensure that all Indian people have access to education, health and social protection; people are able to overcome poverty, by earning a decent livelihood with fair trade opportunities; women lead a life of dignity, free from violence; and communities are prepared to deal with the impact of climate change, natural and man-made disasters.

Child Rights and You (CRY),  India

CRY focuses on the 4 basic rights of survival, development, protection, and participation, as defined by the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. They work to restore these rights to children in India, utilising direct action,advocacy, mobilising public opinion and policy change.

Indo-German Social Service Society

Action Aid, India

Action Aid partner with local NGOs, community organisations and people’s movements to collectively address poverty, inequity and injustice. Through these partnerships Action Aid have reached more than 5 million of the poorest people in India, supporting them in their struggle to access their rights to food, shelter, work, education, healthcare and human security.

Sir Ratan Tata Trust, India

As one of the oldest grant bestowing foundations in India, for more than a century, the trust has been instrumental in the development process, providing grants to institutions in the areas of education, enhancing civil society and governance, health and arts, rural livelihoods, and communities and culture.

Save the Children

Save the Children focus on a number of different areas concerning children, including child poverty, child rights, climate change, education, emergencies, health and HIV, hunger, and protection.

Sarlaben Adenwala Dave Trust, India

Shaishav Funding Information:

It is through the support of our partner organisations that we are able to carry out our work. We are always in need of more financial assistance, and your support will help provide a meaningful life and opportunities to underprivileged children. We are currently seeking specific funding for land and buildings to host our expanding activities, and endowments to increase the financial security and sustainability of the organisation.

Trust Registration Number: F/3462

Ahmedabad Societies Registration Number: Guj/3592/Ahmedabad

Donations are exempted under 80 G (5) of Income Tax Act 1961 registered under FCRA Act

Shaishav is accredited by Credibility Alliance, and is a member of GiveIndia and Guide Star.