Anil Agarwal Foundation

The umbrella entity of Vedanta’s social impact initiatives to create strong, inclusive & resilient communities in India.

Our Vision

Empowering communities, transforming lives, and facilitating nation-building through sustainable and inclusive growth.

Our Mission

The foundation always adheres to the highest ethical standards. With a strong focus on women and children, the core vision is to eliminate hunger so that "no one goes hungry to bed".

Apart from healthcare, education, skill development, sports, art & culture, environment and animal welfare are the major thematic areas, the foundation also endeavors to address national and local crises as and when they occur. The implementation of projects is driven by the need for a strong connect with grassroot communities by leveraging technology. At the heart of the Foundation's efforts is a deep and abiding commitment to nation building and the upliftment of the poor and marginalized.

To unlock the full potential of communities and become valuable contributors to India’s growth story, the Anil Agarwal Foundation (AAF) has rolled out a plan to invest Rs. 5000 crores over the next 5 years in social impact projects with a focus on healthcare, nutrition, women & child development, animal welfare, and grassroots level sports.

Holistic Nutrition through Multi Millet Nutri Bar

To extend the mission of making India malnutrition free, Anil Agarwal Foundation (AAF), launched a nutrition initiative for children in March 2023, with an aim to provide them with millet-based nutritious food at the Nand Ghars, and contribute towards celebrating the International Year of Millets.

Under this pilot launch, AAF is distributing around 9 million nutri-bars to almost 50,000 children aged 3- 6 years daily across 1400 Nand Ghars in UP, for 6 months.

As a part of its thematic intervention on right nourishment, Nand Ghar collaborated with Nutri-hub, IIMR (Indian Institute of Millet Research) and Troo Good to develop a nutri-bar that provides adequate amount of nutrition which is required for the optimal growth and well-being of children. The multi millet nutrition bar consists of jowar crisps, ragi crisps, oats, jaggery, peanut, watermelon seeds and brown rice syrup as key ingredients and is available in exciting flavors. It has been launched in tandem with the government’s initiative to promote millets in one’s daily diet.

Key Projects of Anil Agarwal Foundation

Nand Ghar

Vedanta’s flagship project, Nand Ghar, aims to transform the lives of 7 crore children and 2 crore women by providing them holistic development opportunities. The project intends to bridge the gap between urban and rural India with a strong focus on health, education, nutrition, women empowerment, and hygiene.

To transform the lives of women and children, 3000+ Nand Ghars have been set up across different states in India.

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Nand Ghars
across 14 states

240,000 +

Children Aged
0-6 Years Beneficiaries


Pregnant and
Lactating Women


Community Health
Program Beneficiaries


Women Empowerment
Program Beneficiaries

100 %

Access to clean
drinking water

100 %

Access to electricity
through solar panels or
grid electricity


Animals Impacted

Swasth Gaon Abhiyan (SGA)

The Anil Agarwal Foundation has launched the ‘Swasth Gaon Abhiyan’ project which will provide end-to-end healthcare services across 1000 villages in 11 states, impacting the lives of more than 2 million people. This program will be implemented in Tamil Nadu, Rajasthan, Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Uttarakhand, Odisha, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Goa, Karnataka, and Punjab.

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The Animal Care Organization (TACO)

Anil Agarwal Foundation has recently launched the Animal Care Organization (TACO), a unique animal welfare project which aims to create a world-class sustainable, and scalable ecosystem for the well-being of animals.

The initiative is guided by the concept of One Health, a crucial element for animal-human coexistence and the welfare of animals. TACO also aims at providing world-class infrastructure, veterinary services, a training facility, and animal shelters to heal and protect animals. TACO’s six pillars of shelter, hospital, academy, wildlife conservation, disaster relief efforts and sectoral engagement focuses on the development of international standards for animal welfare. The program is already operational in Haryana & Rajasthan and would expand to other Indian states soon.

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