ActionAid is an international organisation working with over 15 million people in 45 countries for a world free from poverty and injustice. ActionAid’s work focuses on supporting people to claim the right to - Education; Food; Just, democratic systems of government; Safety in conflicts and emergencies; Life and dignity in the face of HIV and AIDS, with particular focus on the rights of women and girls.
To know more, please go to - http://www.actionaid.org/

Sir Ratan Tata Trust

Sir Ratan Tata Trust was set up in 1919 in accordance with the will of Sir Ratan Tata, the younger son of Tata group Founder Jamsetji Tata, a year after his demise. The Truss implement initiatives for the communities and also support development initiatives by partnering with civil society organisations in the areas of education, health, rural livelihoods and communities, arts, craft and culture, and civil society and governance.
To know more, please go to - http://www.tatatrusts.org/article/inside/about-sir-ratan-tata-Trust

Adivasi Tea Projekt was set up in 1994 as a result of the experience of some German volunteers from Hiedelberg who spent time with the Adivasi Commmunity of Gudalur. Today, they have volunteers from all over Germany and a full-time official and are the strongest and most committed supporters of our work.
To know more, please go to - http://www.adivasi-tee-projekt.org/

Charities Advisory Trust

Dame Hilary Blume started the Charity Trading Advisory Group in 1979 to provide impartial information on all aspects of trading and income generation for charities. The Trust is dedicated to finding practical methods of redressing inequalities and injustice. Their Projects include Good Gifts Catalogue, The Green Hotel, Knit for Peace etc.
To know more, please go to - http://www.charitiesadvisorytrust.org.uk/
Past donors include Christian Aid (https://www.christianaid.org.uk/), the People and Government of Japan and of course countless individuals who have contributed money, time and resources helping us to support the Adivasis of Gudalur in their quest for self reliance.