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HCL Grant 2019
Last date : 14th May 2019
The democracy of India rests on three constitutional estates - legislative, bureaucracy and judiciary. The free press or media has long been recognized as the fourth. The contribution of NGOs towards nation building is immense. HCL defines it as the Fifth Estate.
HCL Grant is a step towards recognition of the rise of the Fifth Estate - the Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs). The Fifth Estate has now become a critical agent of change, playing a decisive role in building a stronger, future-ready India.
Started in 2015, the HCL Grant is a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) commitment by HCL, through HCL Foundation, to strengthen and empower NGOs, engage with them, as well as recognize them for their path breaking work. Currently focused at rural development, the HCL Grant is awarded in three thematic categories, namely Environment, Health and Education. The Grant is designed to support breakthrough award winning projects to NGOs, that have a proven track record of evident impact, high credibility and distinct ability to deliver. NGOs that reach out to marginalized, isolated, underserved and underdeveloped rural communities in India, and work jointly to achieve sustainable socio-economic development.
HCL Grant is HCL’s contribution towards Nation Building. The vision behind HCL Grant is to mine out best practices and most successful models of rural development that are relevant in various contexts. Provide a platform where these models receive unprecedented visibility and replicated by many, such that the country excels in achieving the developmental milestones.
Unique aspect of the HCL Grant is that the organizations are recognized not only based on the “idea”, but also for their power to transform these ideas into reality and thereby, transform Indian villages.
HCL Grant awards the winning NGOs in each of the categories of Environment,Health and Education, a grant of ₹ 5 Crore (~US$0.71 Million) for a 5 years project. The HCL Grant rewards the other finalists too, who are doing great work in their own right. So the 2 other finalists in each category receive a grant of ₹ 25 lakhs (~US$0.04 Million) for an year-long project which is mutually agreed with HCL Foundation after the final Jury meet. Thus, the total committed fund for HCL Grant is ₹16.5 Crores (~US$2.36 Million), for Edition V.
Since its inception in 2015, HCL Grant has given wings to brilliant and committed NGOs - to create a revolutionary kind of transformation. Past 4 years of the Grant have seen an emergence of a cadre of remarkable community-based, participatory NGOs that have dug-in their heels and proceeded to strengthen grassroots development, deepen impact, and scale it.
So far, the HCL Grant has already committed ₹51.5 Crore (~US$7.36 Million) towards high impact projects. Through this commitment, the HCL Grant supported projects aim to cover 10,17,033 people in 7,577 villages in 43 districts across 15 states of India, through 16 HCL Grant NGO Partners. 3,70,539 lives in most remote rural areas have already been impacted and 12,000 hectares of common land & forest land brought under community governance, through these projects, operational in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Gujarat, Jammu & Kashmir, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Odisha, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh & West Bengal.
Besides this, each year, work of upto 30 shortlisted NGOs, 10 per category, has been photo documented and published in The Fifth Estate – The HCL Grant Compendium – Volume I, II & III. This is possibly the first ever, sector wide, comprehensive compendium of highly credible NGOs, highlighting their proposals submitted for HCL Grant, striving towards the empowerment of rural India. Each one of these case studies are examples of best practices in arenas of environment, health and education, with evidence of meaningful transformation in rural belt of this diverse nation.
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