"My Dharma (duty) is to work, so that I can give"
The founder is known for this memorable quote which continues to epitomise the ethos of the Foundation he established.
It is these deeply rooted principles that hold the Foundation in good stead even today, as it continues its sole purpose to serve society.
Deeply rooted on the philanthropic principles of its Founder of Hinduja Group, Shri Parmanand Deepchand Hinduja, this Foundation is a public charitable trust established first in Mumbai.
In its 51 years of existence, with the guidance of the Hinduja Family and support from Hinduja Group companies, its global presence has led to the development in the fields of Education, Healthcare, Sustainable Rural Development, Social Welfare and Arts & Culture.
The Foundation's Sustainable Rural Development Project enhances the livelihood of project participant communities through farm based interventions, development of model villages and infrastructure, enhanced education, health, water and sanitation facilities and more.
The Founder believed that education is imperative to build the character of future generations. The Foundation's initiatives encompass development of educational institutions and providing merit scholarships for needy students.
The Foundation contributes regularly to upgrade medical equipment and quality of services, and has undertaken a number of Healthcare related projects and initiatives, including dispatching Mobile Medical Units (MMUs) that provide much needed healthcare facilities to remote rural areas.
The Foundation has supported a number of initiatives highlighting the everlasting progressive values of India. This includes the Antiquity Collection consisting of a large number of rare coins, art, books and artefacts illustrative of the art, crafts, literature, science, religion and customs of ancient India.
The Foundation devised various initiatives in a collaborative effort to identify and enhance the efficiency of water usage, and aims to implement water-saving measures, provide development aid, and promote water-friendly practices throughout the Group's structure globally.
The Foundation has done its bit to uphold social wellbeing with carefully planned long-term social welfare measures, swift help in times of crises and by undertaking a number of Rural Development schemes in underdeveloped areas.
Given the Hinduja Group's long-standing strategic philanthropic investments in healthcare, a diabetes program focused on T1D is an ideal 'champion cause' towards which the Group can direct funds and CSR activities.
Hinduja Foundation's T1D Program is composed of three main components:
The foundation is already supporting more than 450 patients and the goal is to reach 1000 patients in the next 5 years.
Investing in various research projects in India and abroad, with an emphasis on those that combine cost-efficiency with the potential to make the greatest impact.
Bridging the enormous potential for upskilling and training healthcare professionals to fill the gap in the knowledge and management of T1D.
Hinduja Foundation's Sustainable Rural Development Project enhances the livelihood of project participant communities.
We achieve this by developing strong working relationships with local communities and providing the support they need with the help of grassroots programs and initiatives.
We partner with community associates to provide facilities, develop model villages and infrastructure, improve agriculture practices, enhance sanitation and educational facilities.
Besides the major initiatives undertaken by the Hinduja Foundation in Jawhar taluka with the support of Group Companies, an additional 13 villages are also shortlisted for developmental activities.
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The Hinduja Foundation Antiquity Collection is home to one of India's finest and ancient collections of rare coins, works of art, paintings, sculptures, books, photos and much more.
With a coin collection numbering over 35,000, it is reputed to be one of the foremost numismatic collections of the period 600 BC to 600 AD.
The antiquities of the Collection are of historical interest and are illustrative of the art, crafts, literature, science, religion and customs of the bygone ages of India.
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