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GMR Varalakshmi Foundation (GMRVF) is the Corporate Social Responsibility arm of the GMR Group. Its mandate is to develop social infrastructure and enhance the quality of life of communities around the locations where the Group has a presence.

The Foundation is a Section 25 (not-for-profit) company. It has its own professional staff drawn from top academic and social work institutions. It is governed by a Board chaired by Group Chairman, GMR Group.

 

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GMRVF VISION
To make sustainable impact on the human development of under-served communities through initiatives in education, health and livelihoods.
education

Foundation aims to make quality primary, secondary and tertiary education accessible to all. Towards this, GMRVF focuses on

Educational Institutions
GMR Institute of Technology
Sri GCSR Degree College
GMR Varalakshmi DAV Public School
Seethamahalakshmi DAV Public School

Strengthening Education In Communities
The Foundation undertakes various educational initiatives in the communities it works with. It also collaborates with the Government in promoting its endeavors to strengthen and improve quality of pre-school and school education...

health, hygiene & sanitation

Health Care Institutions
The GMR Varalakshmi Foundation in collaboration with the CARE Hospitals has started a 135 bed, Multi-Speciality Hospital at Rajam, Srikakulam Dist, Andhra Pradesh...

Strengthening Health care in communities
To work towards better health and more healthy lifestyles in the communities where we work.

empowerment & livelihoods
To empower unemployed youth through skill training and entrepreneurship development programmes.
Community Development
To improve lives & livelihood through participatory programmes
CORPORATE-SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
GMR Group believes Corporates have a special and continuing responsibility towards the society. The grim reality in India is that millions of people lack basic amenities and live in abject poverty - a situation that cannot be redressed by the Government alone. The business sector needs to understand its corporate-social responsibility and work towards making a difference to society.