a) NGOS/ network

There have been several partnering organizations, institutions and supporting funding groups through the years who have contributed to CCD’s growth into an organization with a successful rural intervention model of local knowledge and community approach. CCD has been provided with technical expertise, conceptual support, technological assistance, or other aid at the right time for all its programs and projects, besides a steady faith in its ability to deliver by its partners, well-wishers and support groups. Over the last few years, since the first Community Enterprise Consultation, ‘Bridging the Gap’, CCD has also taken a pivotal role in initiating the formation of networks of organizations with common goals and shared interests. CCD also partners with other networks like the Honeybee network which is a network of organizations working to identify, support, and develop rural enterprise and innovations, and organizations like FRLHT, Swayam Shikshan Prayog (SSP), Ekgaon Technologies, Dhan Foundation, Seva etc. for their programs and projects. Palm Worker’s Development Society (PWDS), Accord, Samanvaya, Udyogini, Ashoka Trust for Ecology & Environment (ATREE), Foundation for Revitalization of Local health traditions (FRLHT), Green Foundation, Vivekananda Kendra, PLANT, CAMEL, Organic Farming Association of India (OFAI), Sanjog, United Artist Association (UAA), Lokpanchayat, Pradeepan, Sujagriti, Jagriti, AGAAS federation, Nari Uthan, Yusuf Meheralli Centre (YMC) etc. are other NGO partners.
   
b) Friends of CBOs

The Friends of CBOs are a network of over 40 professionals and experts in various fields who have come to be associated with CCD on a mutual growth relationship in those specific areas of individual interests which are in line with CCD’s work. CCD provides them with the facilities and resources for practical application and experimentation of their ideas in return for their expertise and skills for CCD’s programs and projects. ASHOKA Change maker award and LEAD (Leadership in Enviroment and Development) fellowship also support and promot CCD work by training its fellows here.
   
c) Donors

CCD’s donors include The Ford Foundation, Tata Trust, Global Environment Facility (GEF), UNDP (United nations Development Program), Christian Aid, The Big Lottery Fund (Govt. of U.K.), Misereor, Oxfam, NABARD, IFAD and FAO ( Food and Agriculture Oraganisation).
   
d) Industry

These include Dabur, Himalaya Drugs, Natural Remedies, Cavinkare, ITC, Parle Agro, Nadukkara Agro, Bestseller, CSR capital.