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The Foundation identifies recipients nor-for-profit charitable organisations that are involved in projects of their own, and develops programs for financial assistance.

We support a range of NGOs working in different sectors across the country. Based on the parameters of innovation, timeliness, sustainability, adding value and promoting linkages, geographic spread and the felt needs of the community,  grants are made in the sectors of social development.

Projects Currently Supported


DCCW’s mission is ‘Giving Children a Childhood’. Their programmes and services seek out those children who are the most vulnerable and whose needs are the most urgent. Since its inception over 50 years ago, DCCW has grown, its services expanding and diversifying to keep pace with the changing needs of Delhi’s less fortunate children. Today, DCCW provides a range of services for underprivileged children living in and around Delhi, in the fields of health and medical care, educational support and rehabilitation.

Tiara Foundation helps DCCW with an annual funding program which supports the various initiatives taken up by them.


The Cancer Institute was founded in 1954 by Dr. (Mrs.) S. Muthulakshmi Reddy, the first woman in India to graduate in medicine. She was awarded the Padma Bhushan in 1956 in recognition of her services to the nation. Right from the very inception it has been a fundamental article of faith to provide the finest in diagnostic and therapeutic oncology to the poorest in the land. Consistently over the years, the Institute has sought and obtained support from all over the world to setup world class facilities.

The Cancer Institute, since its inception has been carrying on a relentless fight against cancer under great odds. It has striven against near insurmountable obstacles of financial difficulties and an almost indifferent ambience, to fulfil the objectives of its founder ... bringing to the poorest in the land the most refined scientific technology and excellent patient care. 

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