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edu/ Works with federal funding agencies to help thm gain a better understanding of the capacity of community colleges to meet national goals. CORPORATION FOR NATIONAL SERVICE Learn and Serve America supports service-learning programs in schools, colleges, and community organizations that engage youth in addressing education, public safety, environmental, and other human needs. Higher Education Programs support efforts to make service and service-learning a fundamental part of the mission of our nation's colleges and universities. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (EPA) The EPA has 17 grant programs that offer funding for community colleges working independently or collaboratively with a potential mix of, for example, local government, businesses and nonprofit organizations. THE FOUNDATION CENTER The Foundation Center website contains the most comprehensive and current online source of foundations and their grants. INSTITUTE OF LIBRARY AND MUSEUM SERVICES Library Services Program Grants to State Library Agencies deadline is July 31 of each year. National Leadership Grants for Libraries deadlines are expected to fall in February. These grants are intended to enhance the quality of library services nationwide and provide coordination between libraries. The program supports four (4) funding categories: education and training, research and demonstration, preservation or digitization of library materials, and model programs of library-museum collaboration. NAFSA: ASSOCIATION FOR INTERNATIONAL EDUCATORS Cooperative Grants Program funded by the Bureau of Educational Cultural Affairs provides grants for cultural enrichment programming to encourage interaction and promote better understanding between international students, their American peers, faculty and communities. NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS NEA offers assistance to a full range of sizes and types of nonprofit organizations that are involved in the arts, including community colleges. NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUMANITIES NEH is an independent grant-making agency, which supports research, education, and public programs in history, literature, philosophy, foreign languages, and other humanities disciplines. The NEH strongly encourages applications from two-year colleges.

NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR LITERACY NIFL is an independent federal organization that serves as a focal point for public and private activities that support the development of high-quality regional, state, and national literacy services. Equipped for the Future seeks to improve the quality of adult education services by offering the field a comprehensive content framework, better-defined results, and standards that enable programs to focus on achieving those results. Literacy and Information Communication System is a state-of-the-art, Internet-based information retrieval and communication system that provides access to a broad scope of literacy-related information. Partnership for Reading is an element of the Reading Excellence Act whose mission is to make scientifically-based reading research more accessible to educators, parents, policymakers, and other interested individuals. NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION Division of Undergraduate Education Advanced Technological Education Program (ATE) promotes improvement in technological education at the undergraduate and secondary school levels by supporting curriculum development; the preparation and professional development of college faculty and secondary school teachers; internships and field experiences for faculty, teachers, and students; and other activities. Anticipated deadlines are April for preliminary proposals and October for formal proposals. Computer Science Engineering and Mathematics Scholarships Program (CSEMS) supports scholarships for academically talented, financially needy students, enabling them to enter the high-technology workforce following completion of an associate, baccalaureate, or graduate level degree in computer science, engineering, or mathematics. Anticipated annual deadline is February. Course, Curriculum, and Laboratory Improvement Program (CCLI) seeks to improve the quality of science, mathematics, engineering, and technology education for all students and targets activities affecting learning environments, course content, curricula, and educational practices. The program has three tracks: (1) Educational Materials Development, (2) Adaptation and Implementation of exemplary materials, laboratory experiences, and educational practices, and (3) National Dissemination. Laboratory equipment required to support project implementation is made available on a $1:$1 cost shared basis. Division of Elementary, Secondary, and Informal Education (ESIE) is designed to improve the educational experiences of all students in school settings - pre-kindergarten through the 12th grade - and to increase and improve the opportunities for all individuals to explore science, mathematics and technology beyond the school setting. Instructional Materials Development supports the development of comprehensive curricula and supplementary materials that change classroom instruction. Teacher Enhancement Program provides professional development opportunities to broaden and deepen the disciplinary and pedagogical knowledge of teachers, improving their ability to provide rich and challenging education in science, mathematics, and technology. Program for Gender Equity in Science, Mathematics, Engineering, and Technology is committed to bringing about the needed change in education, and academic and professional climates, through increased awareness of the interests, needs, and capabilities of girls and women. NATIONAL SKILL STANDARDS BOARD

The National Skill Standards Board is charged with stimulating the development and adoption of a voluntary national system of skill standards for 15 industry clusters. These are core and concentration skills that involve front line employees up through the first level of supervision. SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Small Business Technology Transfer Program is a highly competitive three-phase program that awards development funding to small businesses in partnership with non-profit educational or scientific institutions to move ideas from the laboratory to the marketplace. Small Business Development Centers provide assistance to small businesses to promote growth, expansion and management improvement. SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION Smithsonian Institution is an educational complex composed of museums and research facilities. It does not distribute funds; however, a number of programs can support two-year colleges including visiting lectures, traveling exhibits, expanded opportunities for students, faculty, and staff development through internships and fellowships. Center for Education and Museum Studies provides publications, teacher development programs, training and orientation for interns, information, and assistance for individuals interested in museum work. Office of Fellowships and Grants encourages access to its collections, staff and references resources by visiting scholars, scientists, and students. Programs offer stipends for in-residence appointments for research and study. Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service organizes and circulates exhibitions in the arts, sciences, and humanities. Host institutions are responsible for paying all fees and expenses related to exhibition. Smithsonian Affiliations Program is among the newest form of Smithsonian national outreach. This program seeks to develop long-term affiliations with established non-profit educational museums and cultural organizations. UNITED STATES INSTITUTE OF PEACE The United States Institute of Peace is an independent, nonpartisan, federal institution established to: expand the body of knowledge about the nature of international peace; disseminate the knowledge to individuals involved in peacemaking; help educate the public; supplement the teaching of peace and conflict studies in college, university, and high school classrooms; and promote public discourse on issues of war and peace. There are two deadlines for unsolicited applications: March 1 and October 1. Federal Government Departments U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE The Economic Development Administration National Telecommunications & Information Administration The Technical Opportunities Program (TOP) formerly known as Telecommunications and Information Infrastructure Assistance Program (TIIAP), provides matching grants for projects that demonstrate how formal networks foster communication, resource-sharing, and economic development, help public safety officials protect the public, and assist in the delivery of health care and public health services. The anticipated annual deadline is March.

The Public Telecommunications Facilities Program (PTFP) awards matching grants to non-commercial entities for two basic types of projects; (1) Public broadcasting and (2) Nonbroadcast distance learning. U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE National Security Education Program (NSEP) seeks to facilitate the development and/or enhancement of innovative approaches to increasing the quality and quantity of participation in internationally-oriented curriculum development and international education opportunities. Community colleges are strongly urged to apply for the Undergraduate Scholarships and the Program and Institutional Development Grants . U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Office of Postsecondary Education Higher Education Programs Office of Bilingual Education and Minority Languages Affairs supports the development and implementation of new comprehensive, coherent, and successful bilingual or English-as-a-second-language programs and other special alternative instructional programs for limited English proficient students. International Education and Graduate Programs Service promotes programs that enhance international studies, foreign language learning, area studies training, curriculum development, travel abroad, and research. Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information Access provides grants to encourage use of electronic technologies for collecting and disseminating information for teaching and research about international education and foreign languages. Institutional Development and Undergraduate Education Services Strengthening Institutions Programs (Title III2) helps eligible colleges and universities strengthen their management, fiscal and instructional operations, as well as, plan, develop, or implement activities that will strengthen the institution. TRIO - Higher Education Preparation and Support provides funds to identify, motivate, and assist low-income and first-generation students and students with disabilities to enter and complete postsecondary education programs. Student Support Services provide academic support service, including instruction in basic skills, counseling, mentoring and or tutoring for low-income and first-generation students and student with disabilities who are enrolled or accepted for enrollment in a program of postsecondary education. The purpose of the program is to increase retention and graduation rates, and facilitate entrance into four-year college. Talent Search projects provide the opportunity to work with young people who are least likely to be aware of postsecondary education options. The program includes counseling and academic support to continue school through high school graduation and enrollment into postsecondary education. Upward Bound projects provide services for students 13 to 19 years old, who demonstrate skills and motivation necessary for success in postsecondary education. Upward Bound Math and Science Centers focus on intensified mathematics, science and other instruction for a six-week summer program for students who have completed the ninth grade and are low-income and first generation college students. Educational Opportunity Centers provide assistance to adults who seek to enter or re-enter a postsecondary education program. Participants must reside in the area served by the Centers. The Minority Science and Engineering Improvement Program provides grants to effect long-range improvement in the infrastructure of science education programs at institutions with predominantly minority enrollment and to increase the representation of ethnic minorities, particularly minority women, in science and engineering careers.

FIPSE - Fund for the Improvement of Post Secondary Education Comprehensive Programs support innovative projects that focus on: Improving K12 Teaching; Promoting Reform in Curriculum and Instruction; Designing More Cost-Effective Ways to Improve Instruction and Operations; Improving Access, Retention, and Completion. Collaboration, evaluation, and dissemination are also vital parts of projects. Office of Vocational and Adult Education has 3 divisions: National Programs, Adult Education and Family Literacy, and Vocational-Technical Education. Tech Prep Demonstration Project provides grants to enable consortia to carry out Tech Prep educational projects that involve the location of a secondary school on the site of a community college, a business as a member of the consortium, and the voluntary participation of secondary school students. Indian Vocational Education Program supports the projects of Indian tribes and tribal organizations that provide secondary and postsecondary vocational education training for the benefit of Native Americans and Alaskan Natives. Office of Correctional Education coordinates all correctional education programs within the Department of Education and provides technical support to state and local correctional agencies and correctional education agencies. Community Technology Centers Program is to fund the start-up and expansion of community technology centers in distressed urban and rural communities. English Literacy/Civics Program has funding available for both competitive grants and through state allocations targeting immigrants, providing services to improve English proficiency and helping new immigrants to enter the mainstream of community life in the U. S. Adult Education and Literacy Act provides states with funding to teach English and civics to immigrants and others with limited English proficiency. U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY Office of Science Education The Used Energy-Related Laboratory Equipment Grant Program awards grants of used energy-related laboratory equipment to universities and colleges for use in energy-oriented educational programs in the life, physical, and environmental sciences and engineering. Community College Institutes places students from community colleges in paid internships in Science and Engineering and Technology at any of ten different Department of Energy's Laboratory locations. U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Basic Nursing Education, Practice, and Retention Grants are awarded to strengthen and enhance the capacity for nurse education, practice and retention to address nursing shortage. This has been expanded to include retention as a result of the Nursing Reinvestment Act of 2002. Retention priorities include career ladder programs and assistance to individuals to obtain education and training in the nursing profession. U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT (HUD)

Office of University Partnerships Community Outreach Partnership Centers provides funds to help institutions of higher learning to form or expand centers for applied research and institutionally integrated outreach to low-income communities and neighborhoods. U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE Office of Justice Programs Violence Against Women Office administers programs designed to help detect, prevent, and stop violence against women, including domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. VAWO also coordinates the Department's initiatives relating to violence against women, including research and public education. U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Economic Recovery: Employment and Training Administration (ETA) Workforce Investment Act One Stop Delivery System may be operated by public or private entities including postsecondary educational institutions. U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE Bureau of Educational and Cultural Exchange Fulbright Teacher and Administrator Exchange Program is designed to increase mutual understanding between the people of the US and the people of other countries. United States Information Agency administers two programs: The Fulbright Teacher Exchange Program and the Fulbright Scholar Program. Education Partnerships Program awards a three-year grant to pursue institutional affiliations in cooperation with non-US institutions of higher education. Community colleges are strongly encouraged to apply, as the program wants to expand its pool of US college grantees. NIS Community College Partnerships Program supports institutional linkages in higher education with partners from the New Independent States (NIS) of the former Soviet Union with funds through the FREEDOM Support Act. Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program offers a competition for awards for study abroad for US citizens who are receiving federal Pell Grant funding at a 2-year or 4-year college or university. U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Garrett A. Morgan Technology and Transportation Futures Program is an educational initiative to ensure that today's generation is prepared to become the transportation workforce of the 21st century. One component of the program includes community college partnerships which encompass: 1) developing educational programs for midcareer re-training of workers challenged by limited experience with computers or other technologies and 2) developing training programs for the new kind of technicians needed to install and maintain advanced transportation technologies.

Summer Intern Program for Diverse Groups provides internship opportunities to all students, but is designed to attract and promote entry of women, persons with disabilities, and members of diverse groups into transportation fields. New Jersey Departments Agriculture This agency makes grants around issues of Soil and Water Conservation, including Deer Fencing Program , Disaster Assistanc e, Value Added, USDA Rural Developments , First Pioneer Farm Credit (Ag Enhancement) , Energy Programs , Farm Bill Programs , Farming Opportunities in New Jersey ,Animal Health Services Commerce Business Relocation Assistance Grant Program (BRAG) - provides relocation grants to businesses that create a minimum of 25 new full-time jobs by relocating to New Jersey or expanding to a new location in New Jersey . Workforce Training Grants & Other Assistance - awards matching grant dollars to employers for classroom-based and on-the-job training. Community Affairs Programs Book - includes programs and services dealing with housing matters, local government finance, fire safety, child care, women's issues, disabled persons, low-income energy conservation, local police services, local government management, rooming and boarding houses, affordable housing, domestic violence, urban neighborhoods, and many other issues of community interest. New Jersey State Plan - provides a vision for the future that will preserve and enhance the quality of life for all residents of New Jersey . Smart Future Planning Grants - provides $2.7 million annually through the state budget to fund and foster cooperative planning that leads to sustainable communities and enhanced quality of life. 'Smart Future' refers to the implementation of Smart Growth strategies that recognize the interconnectivity of civic life within the State, as well as the long-term need to conserve natural resources. Department of State New Jersey Historical Commission

GRANTS General Operating Support: General assistance to historical organizations, museums, historic sites, archives, libraries, and similar organizations. To qualify for assistance, organizations must have collections or programming relating to the history of New Jersey . Applicants must notify the Historical Commission of their intent to apply for General Operating Support by March 3, 2004 . Deadline: Funding level: April 1, 2004 (application must be received in the NJHC office by that date) Budgets under $30,000 Up to $10,000 (minimum request,$5,000)


Budgets of $30,000 and up Circa July 14, 2004

Up to 33 percent of the non-state operating income

Projects: Funding for expenses of specific projects relating to New Jersey history. Eligible categories include conservation of historical materials (manuscripts, books, costumes, historical visuals); editorial and publication projects; educational initiatives; exhibitions; media (films, radio, videotape, digital media); public programs; and research (including archaeological projects, fellowships, oral history, and National and New Jersey registers of historic places nominations). Deadline: Funding Level: Notification: September 15, 2004 (application must be received in the NJHC office by that date) $3,000-$20,000 Circa November 17, 2004

Minigrants: Support for the expenses of smaller versions of the type of activities listed under Projects. Applicants may request support for planning (long-term, interpretive, strategic), but they may not use minigrant funds for other types of operating support. Deadline: Funding Level: Notification: PRIZES Mildred Barry Garvin Prize: $1,000 award to a New Jersey teacher, guidance counselor, or school librarian for outstanding teaching of black American history or related activity, K-12. Contact Giles Wright at the Commission for information or a nomination form, (609) 984-3464 or Deadline: Notification: October 1, 2004 January, 2005 None, reviewed bimonthly Up to $3,000 Within six weeks of review

Richard P. McCormick Prize: Award of $1,000 to an author of outstanding scholarly work on New Jersey history. Deadline: Notification: January 2, 2005 September 2005

Alfred E. Driscoll Prize: Award of $1,000 to an author of outstanding doctoral dissertation on any topic on New Jersey history. Deadline: Notification: January 2, 2006 September 2006

Caucus Archival Projects Evaluation Service ( CAPES ) Professional assessment by consultants of the New Jersey Caucus of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference of historical collections (paper items) held by New Jersey archives, libraries, historical societies, and other agencies. Deadline: None, submit form when convenient

The New Jersey State Council on the Arts General Operating Support for organizations with missions exclusively devoted to the arts or an art form. General Program Support for organizations with missions beyond the arts with ongoing arts programs. Special Project Support for single arts events, such as a concert, theatre production, exhibition, dance performance or reading. Arts Education Special Initiative grants to assist organizations in becoming resources to educational systems. Projects Serving Artists grants for organizations for projects addressing specific artists needs, including commissioning new works. Community Arts Collaboration grants for projects addressing a community challenge through the arts in partnership with multiple community sectors.

Artist Fellowships are awarded annually on a highly competitive basis to individual artists in 14 disciplinary categories. Folk Arts Apprenticeships awarded annually to support the passing on of traditional art forms by enabling apprentices to study with a master artist . Education Office of Grants Management & Development Discretionary Grants are awarded to selected agencies to address specific education initiatives. With the exception of grant programs that are designed to be implemented over a number of years, applicants usually compete for awards annually.

Entitlement Grants provide funds to specific grantees on the basis of a formula prescribed in legislation or regulation rather than on the basis of an individual project review. The formula is usually based on such factors as population, enrollment, per capita income, or a specific need. Applicants do not compete for these funds. Other Funding Sources includes contact information and links to sources which contain education-related grant opportunities.

Environmental Protection

Grants and loans available for: Environmental Regulation Natural and Historic Resources Land Use Management Office of Local Government Assistance Site Remediation Health & Senior Services

Directory of DHSS Grant Programs - pertains to a variety of health- related issues, including addiction services, AIDS, cancer research, communicable diseases, maternal and child health services, special child and adult health services, and senior affairs.

Human Services

Grants, RFPs and Public Notices Labor

Workforce Development Partnership Program (WDP) - offers qualified workers career counseling, vocational and remedial education, tuition waivers, and grants to help pay for training in marketable skills. Customized Training - grants are potentially eligible to individual employers, employer organizations and labor organizations, or community-based organizations that seek to address common training needs in demand occupations within a particular industry.

Law & Public Safety Contains information pertaining to federal and state grants involving law enforcement, juvenile justice, body armor replacement, and others. Transportation

Local Government Services - Programs - provide state and federal aid pertaining to a variety of transportation-related issues, including pedestrian safety, bikeways, centers of place, and others.

Treasury Other Grant Information New Jersey Commission on Higher Education Education Opportunity Fund New Jersey Commission on Science and Technology

181 Funding Agencies in India A M M Foundation "Tiam House" No 28, Rajaji Salai, Chennai 600001 Mr A Arunachalam/U S Natrajan Phone : 044 - 512665 / 511591 Extn 403 Action Aid C Block Shopping Centre, Vasant Vihar New Delhi 110 057

AFPRO - Action for Food Production 25/1A, Institutional Area, D-Block, Pankha Road, Janakpuri, New Delhi - 110058 Mr. N C Bose Phone : 011 - 5555412 / 5553652 Fax : 011 - 5500343 Aga Khan Education Service, India 39/43, Nesbit Road, Mazagaon, Mumbai - 10 Phone : 022 - 3731811 Fax : 022 - 3731488 Aga Khan Foundation A / W C Campus 6, Bhagwan Das Road New Delhi 110 001 Embassy of Ireland 13 Jor Bagh New Delhi 110 003 Aga Khan Health Service, India 39/43, Nesbit Road, Mazagaon, Mumbai - 10 Dr H Ladhani Phone : 022 - 3731707 / 3731801 Fax : 022 - 3731830 Aide Et Action (India) 132, Peters Road, Chennai 600086 Mr L Narayanan Phone : 044 - 8272950 Fax : 044 - 8283616 AIDS Prevention an Control (APAC) Voluntary Health Services, Adyar, Chennai 600013 Dr P Krishnamurthy Phone : 044 - 2352965 / 2355048 Fax : 044 - 2355018 ANGOS - Association of Non - Governmental Organisation 2, Pandit Pant Marg, New Delhi - 110001 Dr. N Mohanam Phone : 011 - 3354921 Fax : 011 - 3736588 Anjuman-I-Islam 92, D N Road, C S T Fort, Mumbai 400001 Dr M Jamkhanwala Phone : 022 - 2620177 Fax : 022 - 2621610 Ankur Ladies Club and Welfare Society P-74, Lake Road, Calcutta - 700029 Mrs Krishna Sen Phone : 033 - 4664542 Archdiocesan Office for Social Work Caritas India, Mumbai Eucharistic Bldg. III, 5 Convent Street, Colaba Mumbai 400 039

Director Phone: 2021509 Asian Paints Charitable Trust 5th Floor, Nirmal, Nariman Point, Mumbai 400021 Mr R D Dani Phone : 022 - 2024544 Fax : 022 - 2028993 Bagaria Charitable Trust 1-B, Debendra Lal Khan Road, Calcutta 700027 Shri Kailash Bagaria Phone : 033 - 2236608 Fax : 033 - 2237754 Bat Sheva De Rothschild Fund for the Advancement of Science and Technology Bombay House, Homi Mody Street Bombay 400023 Phone: 259131 Bharatiya Yuva Shakti Trust 40, CII, 13, Harrington Road, Chetpet, Chennai 600031 Lakshmi Venkatesan Phone : 044 - 8279842 Fax : 044 - 8279842 Bhoruka Charitable Trust 1, Prabhu Dayal Marg, Sanganer Airport, Jaipur 302011 Mr R S Kumat Phone : 550700 / 551678 Fax : 550119 Bhoruka Public Welfare Trust 63, Rafi Ahmed Kidwai Road, Calcutta Mr M P Sarangi Phone : 033 - 2448092 / 2449619 Fax : 022 - 2261196 Bombay Community Public Trust (BCPT) 5th Floor Regent Chambers, Nariman Point, Mumbai-21 Mr M R Saraf Phone : 022 - 2845928 / 2836672 Fax : 022 - 2836672 C P Ramaswami Aiyar Foundation The Grove, No. 1, Eldams Road, Chennai 600018 Dr Nandita Krishna Phone : 044 - 459366 / 4341778 CARE India B 28, Greater Kailash Part 1 New Delhi 110 048 CARITAS - INDIA CBCI Centre, Ashok Place, Gole Dakhana, New Delhi - 110001 Father Ivan Joseph Phone : 011 - 3363390 / 3732339 Fax : 011 - 3715146

CASA - Churchs Auxiliary for Social Action Rachna Building, 2, Rajendra Place New Delhi 110 065 Catholic Relief Services United States Catholic Conference India Programme 2, Community Centre, East of Kailash New Delhi 110 065 Catholic Relief Services U.S.C.C. India Programme Mumbai Zone St. Marys High School (SSC Section), Compound Nesbit Road, Mazagoan Mumbai 400 010 Zonal Director Phone: 378 29 27 / 378 29 09 Drug Information Centre Department of Pharmacology G.M. College & J.J. Hospital, 1st Floor, Near Ward No.10, New Buildings, Byculla Mumbai 400 008 Medical Stores Phone: 3760943 Ext. 2322 Central Board for Workers Education A 31, Panchwati, Azad Pur New Delhi 110 065 Central for Rural Development and Appropriate Technology IIT, Hauz Khas New Delhi 110 016 Central Social Welfare Board Jeevan Deep Building, Sansad Marg New Delhi 110 001 Centre for Development Communication 4/174, SFS Mansarovar, Jaipur 302020 Dr Vivek S Agrawal, Trustee Secretary Phone : 0141 - 396789 Email Centre for Research & Development Shreyas Chambers, Ground Floor, 175-Dr. D.N. Road, Fort Mumbai 400 001 Incharge Phone: 261 03 08 Ceyrac Trust 7, 18th East Street, Kamraj Nagar, Chennai 600041 Mr R S Kannan Phone : 044 - 4928340

Child Relief & You (CRY) 189 A, Guruji Road, Mahalaksmi Mumbai 400 011 Branch Manager Phone: 3096845 / 6472 / 1151 Child Relief & You (CRY) DDA Slum Wing (Baarat Ghar) Bapu Park, Kotla, Mubarakpur, New Delhi - 110003 Ms Bondana Dutta Phone : 011 - 4693137 / 4694790 Fax : 011 - 4932302 Children's Aid Calcutta 52-A, Rabindranath Chowdhury Road, Calcutta 700015 Fr Joseph Cherian Phone : 033 - 2491046 Fax : 033 - 2448687 Christian Childrens Fund 5th Floor, Padma Palace, 86, Nehru Place New Delhi 110 019 Christian Missions Charitable Trust 18, Khader Nawaz Khan Road, Chennai - 600040 Dr Colleen M Redit Phone : 044 - 8275883 Fax : 044 - 8275883 CIDA Canadian High Commission 7 / 8, Shantipath, Chanakyapuri New Delhi 110 021 Community and Abroad (Australia) (CAA) Regional Representative Community aid Abroad, E / 12C, DDA Flats Munirka New Delhi 110 067 Concern India 13, Lynwood Avenue, Chennai 600034 Ms Mary Martinez Phone : 044 - 8264639 Concern India Foundation C/o A B K Dubash, 3rd Floor, Ador House, 6 K, Dubash Marg, Mumbai - 400 001 Ms Kavita Shah Phone : 022 - 2855487 Fax : 022 - 2043625 Concern India Foundation 14, Birbal Road, 2nd Floor, Jangpura, New Delhi 110014 Ms Kavita Shah Phone : 011 - 4312381 / 4326701 Fax : 011 - 4312318

Coordination Unit for Beijing 802 Arunachal Bhawan Council for Advancement of Rural Technology Guru Nanak Foundation Building, New Mehruli Road New Delhi 110 067 CRY (Child Relief & You) 189 A, Anand Estate, Sane Guruji Marg, Mumbai -21 Branch Manager Phone : 022 - 3063651 / 3063647 Damien Foundation India Trust 7, Venugopal Avenue, Chetpet, Chennai 600031 Secretary Phone : 044 - 8280496 Fax : 044 - 8240367 Embassy of Portugal 13 Sunder Nagar New Delhi 110 003 Embassy of Sweden (SIDA) Nyaya Marg, Chanakyapuri New Delhi 110 021 Embassy of Switzerland Chandragupta Marg, Chanakyapuri New Delhi 110 021 Environment Education Division Ministry of Environment and Forests Bikaner House New Delhi 110 011 European Union, Delegation of the European Commission in India 65 Golf Link New Delhi 110 003 Experient in International Living (EIL) Vishwa Yuvak Kendra Circular Road, Chanakyapuri New Delhi 110 021 Family Planning and Medical Aid Trust Mercantile Mansion, 3rd Flr, Madam Cama Rd, Opp. Regal Cinema, Fort, Mumbai - 01 Dr H V Pophale Phone : 022 - 2020832 Fax : 022 - 2045353

Family Planning Foundation 198, Golf Links New Delhi 110 003 Family Welfare Centre Opp Holy Family School, S B Road, Colaba, Mumbai - 400005 Director Phone : 022 - 3082085 Financial Sponsorship for Heart Patients Mahavir Heart Apartments, 12 / 8 Avanti Apartments, Flank Road, Sion (E) Mumbai 400 022 Phone: 3430609 Finnida Embassy of Finland Nyaya Marg, Chanakyapuri New Delhi 110 021 FAO - Food & Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations 55, Lodhi Estate New Delhi 110 003 Ford Foundation 55, Lodhi Estate New Delhi 110 003 Foster Parents Plan International 410 Arun Chambers, Tardeo Main Road, Tardeo, Bombay India Friedrich Ebert Stiftung D 9 South Extension II New Delhi 110 049 Gems Foundation Gems Building, 6th Floor, 383, Mount Road, P.O. Box 2141, Saidapet, Chennai 600015 Ms Chamundi Phone : 044 - 451340 Fax : 044 - 4345154 Guntur Diocese Welfare Society Cyber Shoppee, 9 / 2 Arundelpet G Balaswamy Phone : 0863 - 24v6633 Habitat for Humanity 22 / 6, Ishwar Bhawan A Road Churchgate Mumbai 400 020 Secretary Phone: 2049815 / 8015979 / 3082157

Harkashi Education Trust "SAI", A-1, Ashruta Park, Near Vijay Nagar, Harni Road, Vadodara - 390006 Mr Jyotish Solanki Phone : 471088 Hindu Hitachi Scholarship Scheme C/0 The Hindu, 859 and 860, Anna Salai, Chennai - 600002 Mr N Murali Phone : 033 - 8535067 Hindustan Charity Trust 78, Syed Amir Ali Avenue, Calcutta - 700019 I M C Trust A-183/1, Ashok Vihar Phase 1, New Delhi - 110052 Mr S N Gupta/Mr S S Jaodia/Mr S P Arora Phone : 011 - 7254429 Fax : 011 - 3340202 IDRC - International Development Research 11, Jor Bagh New Delhi 110 003 ILO International Labour Organisation 7 Sardar Patel Marg New Delhi 110 021 INDIA - Peoples Action for Development A 1, Nizamuddin (W) New Delhi 110 013 Ranchi Consortium for Community Forestry Post Box 7, Purulia Road Ranchi 834 001 Indian Council for Cultural Relations Azad Bhavan, Indraprastha Estate New Delhi 1 Phone: 272114 Telex: 031 4904 Indian Cultural Research Trust 2nd Floor, Rajah Muthiah Hall, Rukmani Lakshmipathi Road, Egmore Chennai 600008 Mr Varadan Phone : 044 - 8554690 Indian Heart Foundation & Research Institute C 11, Silver Arc, Near Gujarat Railway Crossing, Ellisbridge, Ahmedabad - 380006 Dr Nitin Shah Phone : 079 - 6445445 / 6444101 Fax : 079 - 6562648 Jaan Charitable Trust 3rd Floor, 303, Anna Salai, Teynampet, Chennai 600035

Mr Tara Rao Phone : 044 - 453988 Fax : 044 - 453529 KANFED - Kerala Association for Non-formal Education and Development C/o. State Resource Centre, Sakshratha Bhawan Trivandrum 695 001 KFW Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany No. 6, Block 50 G Shantipath, Chanakyapuri New Delhi 110 021 Khadi and Village Industries Commission Gramodaya 3 Irla Road, Ville Parle (W) Mumbai 400 050 Konard Adenaver Foundation A 11 / 23, Vasant Vihar New Delhi 110 011 Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Gauri Building, 3 / 4, South End Lane New Delhi 110 011 Krishna Iyer's Charitable Trust 14, Chinniah Road, T Nagar, Chennai - 600017 V Nilakantan Phone : 044 - 8260744 Fax : 044 - 8260744 Kumarappa National Memorial Trust 131, San Thome High Road, Chennai - 600004 Dr N Sivaramkrishnan Phone : 044 - 4940967 / 4942430 Ladies Circle No 2 4D, Haddows Lane, Chennai - 600006 Ms Priya Tulshan Phone : 044 - 8232644 Ladies Circle No 38 Gee Cee Villa, 2nd Street, Poes Garden, Kasturi Rangan Road, Chennai - 600086 Ms Archana Duseja Phone : 044 - 4993097 Ladies Circle No 7 75, Sriram Colony, Abhiramapuram, Chennai - 600018 Ms Tara Shyam Phone : 044 - 4970265

Lalbhai Dalpatbhai Trust 1st Floor, Akshay, 53, Shrimati Society, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad 380009 Phone : 079 - 407454 LIFE - Let Individuals Feel for Everyone 4, Samadhan, Linking Road Extension, Santacruz (W) Mumbai 400 054 President Phone: 6146958 Leverage Trust 12/30 Mettuppatti, Kaikurichy, Puddukottai - 622303, Tamil Nadu A Ravi Lion District Central Office 324A1 Bagirama Residency, 124, Marshall Road, Egmore, Chennai 600008 Lion Lakshmipathy Lions Club of Mahestala Ashuti, 1st Bye Lane, Moinagore, P.O. Raipur, Mahestala, 24 Parganas, West Bengal Lion Santanu Saha Phone : 033 - 4781967 / 4520480 Fax : 033 - 4788700 / 478 6854 Lions Club of Mumbai, Byculla 5, Khururu Baugh, S B Road, Colaba, Mumbai - 05 Mr Bepsi Daruwala Phone : 022 - 2049131 Lokasiksha Parishad Rama Krishna Mission Ashrama P.O. Narendrapur District 24 Parganas West Bengal - 743 508 Lutheran World Service Calcutta Programme 3, Hungerford Street, Calcutta 700 017 Madras Social Service Society C/o Catholic Centre, 64, Armenian Street, Chennai 600001 Mr John Britto Phone : 044 - 4940177 Maharashtra State AIDS Control Society RA Kidwai Marg, Wadala West, Mumbai-400031 Sanjay Bhagwat, Dy Director IEC Phone : 4113097 / 4115619 Fax : 4113123 / 4115825 Email : Mahindra Foundation Gateway Building, Apollo Bunder, Mumbai - 01 Mr P K Palit Phone : 022 - 2021031

Malaysian Social Services M S Services, 19, West Arakanam Street, Amanjikara, Chennai 600029 Mr P Ravindranath Phone : 044 - 614970 Fax : 044 - 6213371 Mandra Unnayan Samsad Village and P.O. Mandra, District Hoogly West Bengal Ministry of Human Resource Development Shastri Bhavan New Delhi 110 001 Ministry of Labour Shram Shakti Bhavan, Rafi Marg New Delhi 110 001 Monday Charity Club 1, Sapthagiri Apartment, 83, T T K Salai, Chennai 600018 Ms Savithri Vaidhi Phone : 044 - 4996634 Nandini Voice for the Deprived M 60/1, 14th Cross Street, Besant Nagar, Chennai 600090 Mr N S Venkataraman Phone : 044 - 4961346 / 4961792 National Foundation for India Core-4A, Upper Ground Floor, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi 110003 Mr Shankar Ghose Phone : 011 - 4641864 / 4641865 / 4648490-92 Fax : 011 - 4641867 Nawab Welfare Association 11, Periar Salai, Anyawaram, Chennai 600023 Ms Nagmani Phone : 044 - 613838 Nis Sparta Kankaria Estate, 6, Little Russel Street, Calcutta 700016 Mr Sandeep Mukherjee/Mr Turan Kumar Phone : 033 - 2804480 / 2804481 Fax : 033 - 2828482 NORDA - Norwegian Agency for International Development C/o, Norway Embassy, Kautilya Marg New Delhi 110 021 ODA British High Commission

Shantipath, Chanakyapuri New Delhi 110 021 OECF Embassy of Japan 50 G, Shantipath, Chanakyapuri New Delhi 110 021 Oxfam America 10, Hemkunt Colony, First Floor New Delhi 110 048 Oxfam India Flat No. 314, Mansorovar Building, 95 Nehru Place New Delhi 110 019 P D Agarwal Foundation 1, Prabhu Dayal Marg, Sanganer Airport, Jaipur 302011 Dr Ashok Agarwal Phone : 550700 / 551698 Fax : 550119 Population Foundation of India B-28, Qutab Institutional Area, Tara Crescent, New Delhi 110016 Mr H P Nagpal Phone : 011 - 6867080-82 Fax : 011 - 6852766 Priconser (India) 607, Link House, 18, Mother Dairy Road, Delhi 110092 Mr R Krishnamoorthi Phone : 011 - 2241031 Fax : 011 - 4602602 Rajeshwari Nathan Foundation 13, West Road, CIT Nagar (W), Chennai 600035 Mr Nathan S K Phone : 044 - 459057 Rangammal Gopalachari Trust AB-51, Second Street, Annanagar, Chennai 600040 Mr Ravi Natarajan Phone : 044 - 6211908 Rashtriya Gramin Vikas Nidhi Trina Shree, Kannachal, Silpkhukuri, Guwahati 781003 Mr N C Medhi Phone : 544725 / 548829 Fax : 521980 Rathna & Rao Wisdom Trust 9, Desika Road, Mylapore, Chennai 600004 Mr K V Govinda Rao Phone : 044 - 4990327

Ravindra Patni Charitable Trust 303/304, Regent Chambers, Nariman Point, Mumbai 400021 Mr H M Patni Phone : 022 - 2822562 / 2822621 Regional Coordination South Asia Harivallabh Parikh Anand Niketan Ashram P.O. Rangpur Baroda 291 140 Rights and Justice Ford Foundation 55, Lodi Estate New Delhi 110 003 Rotary Club of Delhi City 2/14, Sarvapriya Vihar, New Delhi 110016 Mr Ramesh Aggarwal Phone : 011 - 6863018 / 6854859 Fax : 011 - 6859408 Rotary Education Foundation R I District 3010 Secretary's Office S-20 (Basement) Green Park Extension, New Delhi - 110016 Mr K K Vij Phone : 011 - 6963692 / 6963436 Fax : 011 - 6863567 Rotary International District 3230 28, Oliver Road, Mylapore, Chennai 600004 Mr Krishnan V Chari Phone : 044 - 4992561 / 4993748 Round Table 3 Child Education Trust 6, Casa major Road, Egmore, Chennai 600008 Mr Anil Nair Phone : 044 - 8279532 Fax : 044 - 8254651 Round Table Foundation No 69, Nungambakkam High Road, Chennai 600034 Mr Kishore Sahani Phone : 044 - 8274539 Fax : 044 - 8263862 Royal Commonwealth Society for the Blind South Asia Regional Office B 1/B 3, Second Floor, Matru Ashish L Jagmohandas Marg, (454, Napean Sea Road) Mumbai 400 036 Royal Danish Embassy 11, Aurangzeb Road New Delhi 110 011 Royal Embassy of Belgium 50 N, Shantipath, Chanakyapuri New Delhi 110 021

Royal Netherlands Embassy 6 / 50 F Shantipath, Chanakyapuri New Delhi 110 021 Sahay 734 Block P, New Alipur, Calcutta 53 Maitrayee Mukherjee Phone : 4005767 / 4005768 / 4005769 Fax : 4005757 Email Sai Sansthan Maha Kali Medical Trust Maha Kali Road, Andheri (E) Mumbai Director Sanjivani Public Trust 2nd Floor, Everest A/1-2, Near Famour Cine Laboratory, Tardeo Road, Mumbai - 400084 Mr H C Mehta Phone : 022 - 4942022 / 4943377 Sanskriti Pratishthan C-6/53, Safdarjung Development Area, New Delhi 110016 Mr O P Jain Phone : 011 - 6961757 / 6963226 Fax : 6853383 Sarhad Om Gurudatta Hsg.Soc., Chavan Nagar, Dhankawadi, Pune - 43 Adikkadam Phone : 020 4374213 Fax : 020 437238 Email Serd- Social Education for Rural Development # 13. Maravar Stree, Main Road, Manamadurai L Pandi, Secretary Phone : 04574 - 68734 Email Shastri Trust Court Chamber, Marine Lines, Mumbai -20 Mr Thakur Bhumani Phone : 022 - 2001895 Shivam Foundation F-5, Okhla Industrial Area, Phase I, New Delhi 110020 Mr T K Ganju Phone : 011 - 6813536 / 6817112 Fax : 011 - 6818015 Shree Gopal Chandra Trust 3/13, Asaf Ali Road, New Delhi 110002 Mr S K Agarwal Phone : 011 - 3256217 / 3279044 Fax : 011 - 3269761

SIDA - Swedish International Development Agency Nyaya Marg, Chanakyapuri New Delhi 110 021 Siriram Washeshran Devi Bhatia Memorial Charitable Trust C-378, Defence Colony, New Delhi 110024 Mr J M Bhatia/Lt. Col. P K Sibal/Dr A Sibal Phone : 011 - 4692125 Fax : 011 - 6229674 Smt Nathiba Hargovindas Laxmichand Charitable Trust C/o Amit Sheth, 2nd Floor, P K House, Ellisbridge, Ahmedabad 380006 Mrs Priti Amit Sheth Phone : 079 - 6578782 SOSVA Society for Service to Voluntary Agencies Crescent Chambers, 4th Floor, Tamarind Lane, Fort Mumbai 400 023 Gen. Manager Phone: 642631 / 275270 South Asia Partnership C/o, Voluntary Action Cell Gandhi Peace Foundation 221 / 223 Deen Dayal Upadhayaya Marg New Delhi 110 002 South Indian Office 22A, I, St. New Colony, Mannarpuram Trichinapalli 620020, Stiching Phone: 043 / 44185 Fax: 043 / 44185 Telex: 0455298 WAS1 1N Southern Region Office 12, 11 7, Mauna Gurnmata Road, Poddigensta, Cox Town Bangalore 560 005 Mr. Vishwa Sagar Phone: 572 937 Sports Coaching Foundation 203, Cresent Towers, Masab Tank, Hyderabad 500028 Mr K Sai Baba Phone : 040 - 220071 Fax : 040 - 339459 Sri Ram Educational Trust 18, Evening Bazar Road, Chennai 600003 Mr Devraj Naidu Phone : 044 - 5350580 Sri V Narayana Iyer Memorial Trust Gitalaya, Block AD-48, Anna Nagar, Chennai 600040

Mr Narayana Viswanath Phone : 044 - 6213504 / 6212454 Fax : 044 - 6214524 Sri Vupputur Alwar Chetty Charities 183, Govindappa Naichan Street, Chennai 600001 Phone : 044 - 5222447 St Xavier's College (Calcutta) Alumni Association Room No 5, 30, Park Street, Calcutta 700016 Mr Naresh Gupta Phone : 033 - 2805566 Fax : 033 - 2206274 St. George Charitable Trust C/o Mr B I Chandok, 713, Anna Salai, Chennai 600002 Mr Kishore Sahani St. Xaviers College Purulia Road Post Box 9 Ranchi 834 001 Bihar Subbiah Dharma Nidhi 896, Main Road, Kovilpatti 627701 D Ganesan Phone : 044 - 25835 / 30236 Sujata Charity Trust Industry House, 159 Churchgate Reclamation, Mumbai 400020 Mr K P Chokhani Phone : 022 - 2026340 Swiss Aid Nyaya Marg, Chanakyapuri New Delhi 110 021 Swiss Development Co-Operation Embassy of Switzerland Nyaya Marg, Chanakyapuri New Delhi 110 021 Tamil Nadu Corporation for Development of Women 100 Anna Salai, Chennai - 600032 Mrs Kalpana Sankar Phone : 044 - 2355033 Fax : 044 - 2352751 Email : Tamil Nadu Kidney Research Foundation (Tanker Foundation) 17, Wheatcrofts Road, Nungambakkam, Chennai 600034

Ms Lata Kumaraswami Phone : 044 - 8273407 Technical Co-Operation A 9 / 25A, Vasant Vihar New Delhi 110 057 Terre Des Homes India Programme 19, Sayney Sujan Park, Kondwa Road Pune 411 001 The Hunger Project Bajaj Bhavan Road, 226, Nariman Point Mumbai 400 021 Phone: 2026804 / 2042739 / 41 / 2832455 Helpage India 34 A / 44, Guruchhaya, Manish Nagar, Four Bungalows, Andheri (W) Mumbai 400 058 Principal Executive Phone: 6231541 / 6231634 The IndusInd Foundation 193, Rouse Avenue, New Delhi 110002 Mr A G Asrani Phone : 011 - 3235680 Fax : 011 - 3234689 UNDP - United Nations Development Programme 56, Lodi Estate New Delhi 110 003 UNICEF 5th Floor, Ravindra Mansion, D.V. Road, Churchgate Mumbai 400 020 Chief of Field office Phone: 202 0010 UNICEF - United Nations Development Childrens Education Fund 72 / 73, Lodi Estate New Delhi 110 003 Unniti Foundation India 140, Sunder Nagar, New Delhi 110003 Dr Veena Khanna Phone : 011 - 4317281 Fax : 011 - 7317281 US Aid US Embassy West Building Chanakyapuri New Delhi 110 021

Vajra Bodhi Society Vajra Bodhi Society, P B No 8, Buddhagaya, Bihar Bhikkhu Rahul Sankrityayan, Secretary Phone : 0631 - 400254 Fax : 0631 - 400254 Email : Vasant J Sheth Memorial Foundation C/o The Great Eastern Shipping Co Ltd, Hongkong Bank Building, 60, MG Road, Mumbai - 400001 Ms Asha V Sheth Phone : 022 - 2674869 Fax : 022 - 2658311 Vavilla Venkateshwara Sastrulu Trust (VVS Trust) 26, Ramanuja Iyer Street, Chennai 600021 Managing Trustee Phone : 044 - 5951378 Valliamal Educational Trust E-9, Anna Nagar (E) Chennai 600108 Mr A Paramasivanandam Phone : 044 - 6262816 Vasant J Sheth Memorial Foundation C/o The Great Eastern Shipping Co Ltd, Hongkong Bank Building, 60, MG Road, Mumbai - 400001 Ms Asha V Sheth Phone : 022 - 2674869 Fax : 022 - 2658311 Vavilla Venkateshwara Sastrulu Trust (VVS Trust) 26, Ramanuja Iyer Street, Chennai 600021 Managing Trustee Phone : 044 - 5951378 VEI Mission 33, Radhakrishna Nagar, Chennai 600019 Mr Prabhakar Phone : 044 - 544086 VKK Charities 49, Thirumalai Pillai Road, T Nagar, Chennai 600017 Dr P Arivasagan Phone : 044 - 8275378 Willingdon Charitable Trust 2nd Floor, Rajah Muthiah Hall, Rukmani Lakshmipathi Road, Egmore, Chennai 600008 Mr Varadan Phone : 044 - 8554690 World University Service Centre 18, East Spurtak Road, Chennai 600031

Prof Bojappa Phone : 044 - 8263991 World Vision India 8th Floor, Khaleel Shirazi Estate, Pantheon Road, Egmore, Chennai - 600008 Director Phone : 044 - 8260606 / 8262254 Fax : 044 - 8279084 Zaheer Science Foundation Tower A, Flat 30, Sakir Bagh, Okhla Road Vice President New Delhi 110025 Phone: 633373 Zonta Club of Bombay C/o Dr K Madon Hardinge House, Gowalia Tank, Mumbai - 400036 Phone : 022 - 3864248 / 3887815 Fax : 022 - 2834311 Aga Khan Foundation Contact Persons : Mr Vijay Sardana CEODr Arvind Mathur Programme Officer Phone : 011 - 3782173 / 3782157 / 3782185 Email