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Community Services Wing

GMRVF contributes to the overall welfare and development of its communities through initiatives in four key areas: Education; Health, Hygiene and Sanitation; Empowerment and Livelihoods; and Community Development. Through these, the Foundation aims to contribute to inclusive growth, primarily in the areas where the Group is present.

Through the multiple institutions, programmes and facilities built the foundation continues to contribute towards driving a social change in the society, primarily in the areas where the group is present.

Education

The Foundation believes that quality education must be accessible to all. It works with government schools and communities to achieve this objective. Know More

Health, Hygiene and Sanitation

Recognizing that health is integral to quality of life, the Foundation works to improve quality of and access to healthcare, hygiene and sanitation in its communities. Know More

Empowerment and Livelihoods

The thrust is on channelizing youth, rural communities and women towards entrepreneurship and livelihood development, so that they can participate equitably in economic progress. Know More

Community Development

GMRVF takes up participatory, holistic development initiatives in identified communities. It works to strengthen communities and their institutions. Know More

SPOTLIGHT

GMR Varalakshmi Foundation was awarded the 11th CIDC (Construction Industry Development Council) Vishwakarma Award 2018 in the category of Achievement Award for Social Development and Impact. The Vishwakarma Award recognizes and honours valuable contributions and work of the Indian Construction Fraternity that has significantly enriched the construction domain. The Chief Guest for the program was Shri Vijay Goel, Hon'ble Minister of State for Statistics and Programme Implementation. The award was received by Ms. Meena Raghunathan and Dr. Avanish Kumar at New Delhi.

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Sponsorship under Gifted Children Program

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Government Schools being partnered

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Government Schools impacted

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Government Pre Schools impacted

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