Sir Dorabji Tata Trust: SDTT committed a grant for sponsoring 25 girls for nursing scholarships. They have also committed funding this program in future.
Small Industries Development Bank of India: SIDBI has given a one-time donation for Training on Socio-Economic Change in Bihar in 2013. 33 residents from Bihar, Jharkhand & West Bengal participated in this 5 days residential workshop.
National Skill Development Corporation: NSDC provided a grant for training 350 youths from leprosy affected families residing in U.P, Bihar, Maharasthra, Odisha and Madhya Pradesh.
State Bank Of India: Provided a grant for sponsoring 10 girls to pursue nursing degree and diploma. One of our first donors. They also sponsored our Anti Leprosy Day – Rising to Dignity awards 2013.
National Human Rights Commission: NHRC has partially funded S-ILF’s Young Partners Program, where school children and sensitized about leprosy and they contribute by drawing their thoughts.
The Nippon Foundation: TNF has provided S-ILF a corpus funds to run its activities. Since S-ILF’s inception, TNF has been the main donor for S-ILF’s activities.
His Holiness The Dalai Lama Trust and The Nippon Foundation: They provided funds for H.H. DALAI LAMA & SASAKAWA SCHOLARSHIP FOR HIGHER PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION for children from leprosy colonies in states of Delhi, UP, Bihar, Chattisgarh, West Bengal, Jharkhand, M.P and Odisha.