We encourage individuals, philanthropists, institutions, industries, and corporates to support ‘The Peninsula Foundation’ (TPF) in its important work in bringing you informed opinion, independent research, and strategic analysis of the issues and challenges facing India, by contributing to the corpus of TPF through memberships, donations and gifts, endowments, projects, and sponsorships.
TPF works with the best scholars from around the country and outside the country, on the most difficult public policy and strategic issues. Our mission is to find well-researched solutions that would enhance the government’s capacity for effective policy making governance. This is sought to be achieved through informed debate, public outreach, and more importantly, work with younger generation to enhance their intellectual strength and leadership. Your support will help fund this important work, and we thank you for your generous contribution.
TPF is a registered, non-profit, non-partisan, public charitable trust. The Peninsula Foundation (TPF) has been granted registration with salient activities as ‘Education’ u/s 12AA of the Income tax Act, 1961 (Registration No: CIT (EXEMTION), CHENNAI/12AA/2018-19/A/10218 granted vide Order No: ITBA/EXM/S/12AA/2018-19/1014096213(1) dated 07/12/2018.
All contributions made to TPF shall qualify for deduction under section 80G 5(vi) of the Income Tax Act of 1961 (URNo. ITBA/EXM/S/12AA/2018-19/1014096213(1)/80G dated 31.07.2019).
In accordance with General Circular No.21/2014, page 11, point 6, issued by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, research grants given to TPF comes under CSR under the category of “promoting education” as per Schedule VII of the Companies Act 2013. Those interested may get in touch with Brigadier Albert Pakianathan (Retd) or Shavonne Azariah at firstname.lastname@example.org and Shavonne.email@example.com
There are many ways to support TPF.
When you become a member of TPF you help support a national network of globally minded individuals committed to promoting, improving, and advancing India’s interests in terms of good governance, development, and national security. Please see our member’s page for more information on the benefits of membership and how you can join.
Corporates’ support is vital for TPF to carry policy studies and research reports that help influence the development of relevant policies to promote industrial development, economic growth, and development of technologies and skill levels by articulating national strategies for technology and industry. TPF endeavours to build dynamic and durable partnership with leading Indian companies in the financial, manufacturing, and service sectors. For a list of membership benefits and information on how to join, please see our corporate membership page.
TPF values its relationship with other NGOs engaged in Public Policy research, international affairs and security studies. The TPF will work with these organisations and provide a forum to network with peers, connect with government and private sector actors and join national debates on key issues. The TPF offers membership at reduced rates for NGOs and Charities.
Even if you are not a member, you can volunteer your time to support the work of TPF. As a volunteer you will play a crucial role in advancing the mission of the organization and learn about various issues about policies, governance, national and international affairs, political affairs and gain valuable experience. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
As a non-profit organisation, TPF depends on the generosity of our citizens and businesses. Your tax-deductible/exemption donation will be used to support our corpus, active events and research programmes, and enable us to bring out our publications free and available to the public. There are many ways to donate. Please see our donation page for more information.
Sponsoring a TPF event enables the Foundation to raise the profile of the issues that have a direct impact on India’s economic and technological development, national security, and its relations with other countries.