Tata Trusts changes the way it does charity The charitable arm of the Tata Group will directly get involved in implementing the welfare programmes of its social projects.

Tata Trusts will set up programme management units in new geographies.
Tata Trusts will set up programme management units in new geographies it enters for effective implementation of projects.

Tata Trusts, a charitable organisation of Tata Group founders, is changing its approach of giving grants to non-government organisations for social causes.

Instead, it will get directly involved in implementing welfare programmes in adherence to guidelines outlined by chairman Ratan Tata last year.

Tata Trusts, which owns two thirds of group holding company Tata Sons, will set up programme management units in new geographies that it enters and establish strategic partnerships with the government and corporates as part of its new approach to philanthropy, an official said.

For more details, read: The Economic Times

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