B C Jindal Foundation

BC Jindal Foundation is social arm of BC Jindal Group formed in loving memory of Late Shri BC Jindal; founder of the group in year 2016. The Foundation works on interventions which are focused to enhance the quality of life and create opportunities for communities in the areas of nutrition support, animal welfare, skill development, healthcare, supporting orphanages & shelter.

Our Vision & Mission

“To create positive impact on communities through sustainable interventions.”


Flagship Projects

Meena Devi Jindal, Delhi – Community Health Centre

Offers healthcare services such as General OPD, Specialized OPDs (Ophthalmology, Dermatology, Cardiology, Orthopedics, Pediatrics, Gynecology), Dental, Day Care, Physiotherapy, Pathology, X-ray, ECG etc to underprivileged communities.

So far over 1.7 lakhs beneficiaries Impacted

BC Jindal Community Centre Nalwa

BC Jindal Community Centre Nalwa is running multiple community initiatives like Community library, health centre, coaching centre for competitive exams etc.

So far more than 2,100 people benefitted


BC Jindal Community Centre Belur, Howrah

BC Jindal Community Centre Belur, Howrah runs multiple initiatives for local community like Health Centre, Skill Development Centre, Community Kitchen etc.

Over 13,000 beneficiaries Impacted so far

Farmer Livelihood Support Program- Marathwada

BC Jindal Foundation in association with Global Vikas Trust supporting a project to increase the annual income of farmers by changing cropping pattern, creating sustainable ecosystem, robust backward integration, innovative forward linkages and adopting cutting edge technology.

2763 farmers have planted over 44 lakhs vegetable and fruit saplings

The average income of farmers increase 10 folds – from Rs. 20000 to Rs. 2,00,000 yearly


Thematic area wise progress


I.Nutrition Support:

Nutritional support tackles malnutrition by providing the essential nutrients for energy, growth, and bodily function. BCJF in association with its partners provide nutritious meals to the needy in schools, shelter homes etc

So far, more than 30,800 beneficiaries impacted directly

II.Animal Welfare:

Stray cow and animals never get enough food and are constantly hungry and thirsty and are seen scavenging the garbage dumps just to get a mouthful. They suffer silently in pain, which ends in a prolonged painful death.

More Than 4,800 Animal Impacted


III.Skill Development:

Skilling and livelihood support are significant aspect for economic development of communities. To build skill sets across all the target groups youth, adolescent, women etc, the BC Jindal Foundation initiated skill trainings with like-minded organization in Delhi NCR and Kolkata.

More Than 4,300 beneficiaries Impacted Directly

IV.Supporting Orphanages & Shelter Homes

BC Jindal Foundation is supporting shelter homes. At one centre, where our partner recuses the senior citizens and provides them appropriate medical treatment and care. In other centre, we support end to end to a shelter home for the girl Children.

More Than 900 beneficiaries Impacted


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Success Story

Deepika Singh, PG, Nalwa, Hissar

Deepika joined the competitive coaching programme and community library being run at BC Jindal Community Centre to pursue her career aspiration to get a government job. The centre’s support, through the library and coaching programme, helped her to clear the Indo Tibetan Boarder Police (ITBP) Constable.

The project showcases the vital role of such collaborations in transforming lives and empowering individuals from less privileged backgrounds. 

Rathin Roy Chowdhury, 12th Std., Belur, Kolkata

Rathin come from a economically challenged background, prioritized work over education due to financial struggles.

After completing a General Duty Assistant course from BC Jindal Skill Centre, he secured a job at Reliance Hospital, significantly improving his family’s standard of living and providing opportunities for his future plans. His success demonstrates how skill training can transform the lives of such disadvantaged individuals. 

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