In the case of developing countries like ours, there is a dire need of more
philanthropic investments to enable change and to speed up growth for more
sustainable results. Countries like India where socio economic dynamics are
complex and multifaceted need Institutional support for more comprehensive
growth and development. Such development initiatives and projects are planned
over several years of continuous efforts to achieve the desired change and impact
within a society.
Institutional funding is usually in the form of large grants and monetary support to organizations for such large-scale work that involves extensive budgetary support. It is the continuous support from institutional donors that ensures stability and allows more systemic and sustainable change through policy reforms, advocacy, research, and new methodologies of intervention. Such funding is therefore vital in enlarging the canvas of outreach to national and international levels to ensure equal opportunities to human beings to achieve their full potential.