Education Grants

Education Grants
Advancing Education

Education is the cornerstone of our philanthropy in India. We help nonprofit organizations increase access to digital learning tools, awaken and deepen students’ interest in computer science (CS) and science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics (STEAM).

Global education grants
Education initiatives in India
Preparing Students for Successful Careers

Supporting Students in STEAM

As part of our global commitment to developing the next generation of technologists, we support organizations focused on computer science and STEAM education. Our grant to Pratham Books  funds the development and distribution of openly licensed, nonfiction, digital STEM books on StoryWeaver, a platform that engages a readership of 100,000 annually. We also support Agastya International Foundation, and Swami Viveka Youth Movement, which bring science education to students in underserved communities.

Empowering Educators

Empowering Educators Through Professional Development

Developing and retaining good teachers is critical to student success, especially within underserved communities. Our grant to Teach for India  supports 21 second-year fellows across seven schools in six cities, reaching more than 730 students.

Championing Literacy for All

Championing Literacy for All

Literacy is the key to socioeconomic mobility. We support organizations working to advance literacy and language development among underserved populations. Our support of Literacy India’s  Sampurna Shiksha project brings holistic educational development to 3,000 underprivileged children nationally. Our grantees also include Katha and Planet Read, which work to increase literacy through story-based learning and same-language subtitling.

Additional Education Grants

See our global education grants

Photo credits: Top banner image courtesy of Teach for India. Image in “Preparing Students for Successful Careers” section courtesy of American India Foundation. Image in “Empowering Educators Through Professional Development” section courtesy of Gram Vikas. Image in “Championing Literacy for All” section courtesy of Room to Read.

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