Ratan Tata, chairman of Tata Trusts, Friday called all employees of the Tata group “inheritors and custodians of the Trusts” and of its “belief in making a sustainable change” in society.
The charitable trust owns 66% of Tata Sons, the holding entity of all companies controlled by the salt-to-software conglomerate.
“You bring your zeal, your vigor, your integrity and most importantly your hard work. It is because of you that we can derive and obtain the opportunity and the privilege to serve our community and through that, our nation,” Tata wrote in a letter on the occassion of the 178th birth anniversary of Tata Trusts founder Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata. The year also marks 125th year of the philanthropic organization.
The seeds of Tata Trusts were sown in 1892 in the form of the JN Tata Endowment. Then came Sir Ratan Tata trust in 1919, Sir Dorabji Tata Trust in 1932, the JRD Tata Trust in 1944, the Navajbai Ratan Tata Trust Jamsetji Tata Trust in 1974 and the Tata Education and Development Trust in 2008. Read More…
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