Partnership with Tata Trusts

Partnership with Tata Trusts

Since August 6, Tata Trusts and Women on Wings join hands in realizing greater sustainable social impact by creating jobs for women in rural India. With a focus on the eastern states of India, Tata Trusts will support the existing activities of Women on Wings in Jharkhand and Assam. Women on Wings will bring in its’ business expertise to accelerate the growth of rural enterprises related to Tata Trusts activities.

Tata family: a tradition of trust
Strong beliefs on sharing of wealth led the founders of the Tata Group to endow a number of philanthropic trusts. Tata Trusts comprises members of the Tata family. About 66% of the equity of the Tata Group returns to community development via the Trusts. In 1919, the first Trust was established and profit from the Tata companies was used to improve the quality of life of the underserved. Today, Tata focuses on activities in health, education, natural resource management and improving rural livelihoods.

Tata Group; over 580,000 employees
Started as a trading company, Tata Group nowadays is a conglomerate of more than 100 operating companies in engineering, communications and information technology, materials, services, energy, consumer products and chemicals. Tata, a family-owned business, employs over 580,000 people in more than 80 countries across six continents.

“Through this partnership with Women on Wings, we want to enable more women to earn their own income that will give them greater financial means to improve their livelihoods. Economic independence for women means more children can go to school, more meals per day for their families and communities, and an overall better standard of living for them and future generations”

Ilan Vuddumalay
C&A Foundation