1)    Sir Ratan Tata Trust (SRTT), India was the first institutional donor who provided core funding to Gyan Shala at its start, over 1999- 2004.

2)    Volunteers for India Development and Empowerment (VIDE), USA was our second major Institutional donor/supporter who provided core funding to launch and operate Gyan Shala program in rural areas in the earthquake affected villages in Gujarat over 2001-2005. VIDE also helped launch and operate our middle school program in Ahmedabad over 2006-10.

3)    Sarva Siksha Abhiyan Mission (SSA), Gujarat. The Government of Gujarat has supported the education of out-of-school children, and the training of AMC teachers who are adopting Gyan Shala package of material and pedagogy,  through Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, since 2005-06, and continuing.

4)     Social Initiative Group: ICICI Bank, India had provided core funding over 2004-10, by meeting cost of program components that was not covered by SSA grant.

5)    Jan Vikas: Ahmedabad had supported Gyan Shala to expand and operate its rural program in Panchmahal district for three years over 2004-2007.

6)    Share And Care Foundation, USA has supported a small part of the cost of both elementary and middle school program over 2006-2010.

7)    Michael Susan Dell Foundation (MSDF) has provided core program support for all program components in Ahmedabad, and was the largest contributor over 2008-13,

8)    Nalanda Foundation has helped Gyan Shala to start and maintain its program expansion-replication in Bihar since 2008-09 with core Funding support.

9)    Packard Foundation has helped launch program expansion in Bihar Sharif and a new program of the education of Adolescent Girl’s education, over 2009-2013.

10)  Sarva Siksha Abhiyan Mission (SSA), Bihar has supported the education of out of school children in Patna district since 2010, and in other districts from 2012 onwards.

11)  Department for International Development (DFID), Govt. of UK has approved funding to support program expansion in Bihar over 2011-13.

12)  Mr. Ronodev Roy, earlier Asia-head of Fixed Income Products in Morgan Stanley has provided core funding for Gyan Shala replication in west Bengal since 2010.

13) Mr. Amit Mitra, head Bains Capital, India has committed core support for the expansion of the program in Muzzafarpur district of Bihar.

14) Mr. Sunil Handa of Eklavya Education Foundation, Ahmedabad provided office infrastructure and support free of charge for a decade over 1999-2009.

15) Shri Kamal Mangal of Utthan Seva Sansthan and Anand Niketan School has provided infrastructure and child sponsorshipsupport since 2001.

16)  Development Research Network(DRN)  was a professional institutional partner in an action-research project funded by infoDev (World Bank) to develop the system and methodology for computer-use in primary classes to raise learning levels in math and language.

17)  Many individuals, including the Alumni Batch of 1983-85 of Institute of Rural Management, Anand (IRMA), have provided support as sponsorship of one or more children’s education, or furnishing of classrooms. An individual who wants to remain unknown had sponsored a set of 10 classes for five years