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Dalit Foundation Grants

Funds for NGOs

Activities: Others

Dalit Foundation, a non-government organisation, is the first grant-making institution in South Asia working for the empowerment of Dalit communities. The Foundation supports individuals, community-based organisations, and networks that work to secure social change and protect the rights of Dalit. Dalit Foundation provides small grants and fellowships towards strengthening the Dalit Movement and nurturing future leaders for the movement.
Our aim is to build the capacity of our partners in order to execute effective grassroots level interventions. We are also committed towards building a strong line of leadership for the Dalit Movement. Hence, through two of our programmes, viz the Young Professionals Programme and the Professionals Programme, we engage with the Dalit youth and the Dalit professionals from diverse fields.

1. Concept Note: Proposals are accepted throughout the year in any Indian language. The proposal requires a brief description of the project by the grant seekers, along with organization details (background, annual budget of past two years, registration certificate, FCRA, 80G and 12A status, etc) for organizational grants.

2. Preliminary Approval:After a desk study of the proposals, within a month the applicants are notified whether their proposals are selected for further evaluation or not.

3.Field Visit: The short-listed applicants are visited by representatives of Dalit Foundation (programme coordinators) who spend 3 days and 2 nights surveying the proposed work area and the work of the applicants. They live and eat in the homes of the applicants in order to fully grasp the ideology and workings of the applicant. Their observations on the field visits are documented in a specific format so as to ensure that all has been checked.

4. Project Selection Workshop:Based on the feedback/recommendations of the programme coordinators, the applicants are invited for a three day project selection workshop. At the end of the workshop, the participants are graded according to the matrix system. There are four project selection workshops held in a year, two for partners from North India and two for partners from South India.
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