Established in 1989, the JSW Foundation (erstwhile Jindal Education and Medical Trust and Jindal South-West Foundation) is the social development arm of JSW group governed by the ideology that every life is important and must be given fair opportunities to make the best out of it. The Foundation takes conscious steps to support and empower communities, primarily located around its plants. The Foundation is working relentlessly to tackle the issue related to health & nutrition, facilitating to make learning more effective and meaningful, empowering the youth through employable skill programs, ensuring water security through long-term watershed development programs, providing access to sanitation facilities in rural areas to make them open defecation free, preserving and conserving national heritage and promoting sports.
The JSW Foundation has a footprint across 11 states and 15 districts reaching out to 1 million individuals in the villages located around the manufacturing locations.
Its educational interventions have positively impacted more than 130,000 under-privileged children in rural locations while its Agriculture, Women SHG & Rural BPO initiatives have created new livelihood sources for more than 16,000 farmers and 10,000 rural women. The Foundation has provided access to sanitation by constructing more than 7500 community toilets in rural villages. It has also helped more than 200,000 needy individuals access Government welfare schemes. JSW Foundation's work in Art & Heritage is focussed on restoring India’s monuments such as Chandramauleshwar Temple in Hampi, Kenneseth Eliyahoo Synagogue in Mumbai among others. These restorations have been recognized globally and won prestigious international awards.
- Agriculture,food and nutrition
- Community Development
- Education and Employment
- Energy, Environment and Climate Change
- Water and Sanitation
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