The American India Foundation works closely with corporations and foundations to fill critical funding gaps in our programs while enabling us to expand our work into new areas and accelerate impact. Many corporations and foundations partner with us not only to meet crucial development needs in India, but also to establish philanthropic and community engagement platforms across India and providing a nourishing and enriching environment for communities that they serve.
We are proud to feature some of our partnerships below:
The American India Foundation has partnered with Adobe to implement its Adobe Youth Voices program since 2008 and is proud to be its largest partner in India with 65 sites in Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Bhubaneswar. Adobe Youth Voices is the Adobe Foundation’s global signature philanthropy program that empowers youth in underserved communities around the globe with real-world experiences and 21st century tools to communicate their ideas, exhibit their potential, and take action in their communities.
Applied Materials Foundation
The Applied Materials Foundation has supported our work in livelihoods, education, and leadership since 2006. Applied Materials has supported more than 100 Digital Equalizer centers in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra, provided scholarships for high-need children to receive technology education programs, set up solar-powered schools, and sponsored William J. Clinton Fellows in a number of regions and issue areas.
Citi Foundation has supported the Market Aligned Skills Training (MAST) for underprivileged youth since 2011, focusing on the development of financial literacy training curricula for MAST which will be widely disseminated through interactive training programs and an innovative mobile application. The partnership includes support of 14 MAST Centers in Delhi NCR and Jaipur, resulting in more than 3,100 youth trained, 75% of whom are expected to be placed in formal employment in the service sector.
Dell has supported the Digital Equalizer since 2009 in 99 schools to provide more than 70,000 underserved youth and more than 1,400 teachers with access to technology and empower them with 21st century skills. Dell also expanded its support of Connected Classrooms to 30 schools, creating a collaborative, technology-enabled learning environment for 12,000 students.
The American India Foundation has partnered with ICICI Bank since 2010 in the area of leadership development to create the next generation of global leaders through the William J. Clinton Fellowship for Service in India.
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Drew Foxman, Senior Director
Strategic Partnerships & Initiatives