Partnered with Pratham (NGO) to setup
DLF Learning Excellence Centres across
22 villages in Haryana.
Constructed hutments at project sites with
24 hour ambulance service.
Set up Summer Fields School (Gurugram) for urban and rural communities.
Established 3 employment-linked training centers in Maharashtra to train 1500 underprivileged youth every year in hospitality, customer relations, sales and ITES with assured job placements.
Set up Primary Health Centres in four villages of Shikopur, Nawada Fatehpur, Hayatpur and Sahatpur in Haryana for preventive & curative health services.
Organised blood donation camps for 200+ employees.
Provided housing for construction workers, mobile crèche for children of construction workers and sewage treatment plants.
Established residential training for Carpentry at 21 sites for 15,000 construction workers.
Started DLF Rural Learning Excellence Centres.
Launched Swapan Sarthak School for over 200 underprivileged children with no access to formal education. Out of these, 30 students were mainstreamed in formal schools under scholarship scheme.
Set up SBM Senior Secondary School in Delhi for low-income group families.
Planted & maintained 30,000 trees in Gurugram and received “Excellence in Horticulture Preservation” by HUDA.
Set up a Primary Health Centre in Dhaunaran in Punjab.
Provided modern housing facility for 5,000 workers and their families.
Raised and donated INR 40 lakhs to the Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund for Bihar flood victims.
Expanded DLF Pratham Learning Enhancement Programme to cover government schools in 44 villages of Gurugram.
Strengthened DLF Mobile Library Programme that covered over 5,000 children.
Supported four non-formal schools for the urban underprivileged, benefitting over 1,200 children.
Set up Swapan Sarthak School in Nathupur.
Started 15 rural village schools in association with Bharti Foundation.
Set up 2 vocational training centres in Gurugram & Andhra Pradesh to train and place over 1,500 trainees in their respective work fields.
Started “Aapki Rasoi” as part of the Delhi government’s Hunger Free Delhi campaign. The initiative offered mid-day meals to over 300 differently abled people at the lawns of India Gate in New Delhi.
Upgraded four schools in Gurugram.
Launched “Jaago Teens” programme to promote awareness on security issues concerning use of internet and social networking websites. This programme covered 6,000 students spread over 25 schools in Delhi and Gurugram.
To commemorate the centenary celebration of our founder, Chaudhary Raghvendra Singh, DLF Foundation launched an education flagship programme to support meritorious students from underprivileged families.
Launched skills flagship initiatives under the brand of “DLF LIFE” (DLF Learning Initiative For Employment) to train 1 million youth by opening 250 skills training centres across the country.
Planted over 1.8 lakh trees in Gurugram.
Established 30 rural schools in Haryana, UP and Punjab with Bharti Foundation, that educated around 13,000 children every year with special focus on the girl child.
Trained students in 22 government schools in the rural areas of Gurugram to improve their academic education in advanced english, mathematics and hindi.
57 scholarships awarded to students under the scholarship program to continue their education in disciplines such as engineering, IT, MBBS, fine arts, MSW and MBA.
Over 4 lakh trees planted in Gurugram by 2011-12.
Launched Gurugram Renewal Mission to renew Gurugram as the “Smart City” of India.
Launched free Mobile Medicare initiative that benefited over 16,000 construction workers.
Donated 11 vehicles to ISKCON that distributed mid-day meals in 200 government schools of Gurugram.
Established primary education centres & crèches at 6 construction sites.
Under the scholarship programme, 132 meritorious primary & secondary level students from 26 government schools were enrolled into private schools.
DLF Foundation partnered with 19 colleges and universities in Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Delhi. 93 scholarships were awarded to students in disciplines such as engineering, IT, MBBS, MBA, MSW and fine arts.
Planted over 5 lakh trees.
Mobile Medicare Programme continued for the construction workers in Gurugram.
Launched Integrated Village Cluster Development Programme to empower rural underprivileged communities for their holistic development.
Adopted 3 clusters of 5 villages in Punjab & Haryana where initiatives included establishment of primary health centres, sanitation drives, 2 waste management units, 22 mobile libraries, 1 rural information centre, coaching classes in 4 schools, anganwadi upgradation, mid-day meals in schools, scholarship programme, skill centres and the food bank programme.
Facilitated distribution of free mid-day meals to over 1.7 lakh underprivileged students from 200 government schools of Gurugram.
Established 30 rural schools in Haryana and Rajasthan in partnership with Bharti Foundation. Situated in remote areas, these rural schools educated 12,000 children every year with a focus on girl child.
Provided scholarships to 634 students in school and professional category.
500 primary & secondary school students were enrolled in private schools with initiatives for their holistic educational development.
Continued supporting education of 12,000 children enrolled in rural schools of Haryana and Rajasthan, in partnership with Bharti Foundation.
Partnership with 15 colleges and universities primarily in Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Delhi continued to support our professional scholars.
Established 30 skill training institutes across various states to train & employ underprivileged youth in trades like hospitality, sales and marketing, information technology, electronics, and construction. Under this initiative, 9600 youth have been trained and successfully employed till now.
12,416 patients screened at the primary health centres in Punjab and Haryana.
Organized 59 awareness camps, street plays, talk shows, documentaries, etc. in 15 villages on preventive healthcare, reaching out to over 11,000 people.
18,850 construction workers, migrants and villagers benefited through Mobile Medicare.
Primary education centres established at four construction sites.
Provided aid for victims of Uttarakhand disaster.
Set up four DLF Swapan Sarthak Schools and provided free education to nearly 1,200 children.
Over 2,200 school and college students were provided knowledge of responsible use of internet.
Scholarship support to over 720 students.
All our graduated scholars got 100% job placements.
Sports scholar Shubhankar Sharma, the youngest golfer ever, won the Cochin Masters 2014.
Established total of 36 skill centres in 12 states. Over 11,500 youth trained so far.
Initiated several development infrastructure including construction and resurfacing of roads, drainage systems, upgradation of street lighting, sports facilities, community centres, etc. Over 60,000 people benefited directly from this programme.
1,50,000 people benefited through primary health centre, health camp, eye care, cancer, tele-medicine.
Launched community-based waste management programme – “Kachre Se Kamai” – in 4 villages. Five tonnes of waste was treated.
Addressed menstrual health through an all-women micro-enterprise setup.
Set up safe drinking water & self-sustainable RO plants, that benefited 1,200 families.
Set up rural information centres that led to a 15% increase in access to government schemes and benefited 3,100 people.
Set up Rural Excellence Centres that positively impacted 2,500 students.
Launched Swachh Haryana Abhiyan where the existing waste management infrastructure was supported through installation of 200 dustbins, deployment of 100 safaimitras, 25 cycle-rickshaws for garbage collection, deployment of garbage removal vehicles, installation of public toilets, etc.
Constructed 125 water harvesting structures.
Partnered with Goonj to provide aid to the flood-stricken people of Chennai by airdropping 10 tonnes of non-perishable edible items and medical support.
Provided aid for Jammu & Kashmir flood victims.
Nearly 2,500 students benefited under Rural learning excellence centres.
300 professional scholarships offered.
Established total of 42 skills centres that benefited 15,000 youth.
Launched “Mission Stop Dengue” with Medanta and NDTV 24x7.
Total of 4 clusters operational – two in Gurugram and one each in Mohali and Panchkula.
Development of ‘Model Village’ impacting 60,000 people.
Established total of 50 skills centres in 12 states with over 56,500 youth trained.
Continued Village Cluster Development Project, benefitting 3000 villagers.
664 meritorious students were offered educational scholarships.
Adopted 6 government schools in (Gurugram, Delhi, and Noida) with over 5,622 students.
Set up 3 rural learning centres to benefit 1090 students.
1,021 students supported through scholarships.
Established robotics training labs in 7 government schools benefitting 2100 students.
Upskilled 300 underprivileged women through e-learning.
Trained 4000 youth in communication skills.
Launched Gurugram Rejuvenation Project under which various initiatives include:
Launch of white paper on “Transformation of Najafgarh Basin” as a reach out activity to all the stakeholders for environmental policy development.
Workshop on ‘Building Lives Through Sustainable Mobility in Gurugram’ for road safety and last mile connectivity.
Deployment of decentralised waste management system, in collaboration with Green Bandhu in the DLF Phase 1 residential colonies.
Air quality monitoring and data assessment of the monitors installed in 4 locations in DLF City.
Installation of water ATMs in Tikli Village, Gurugram and other locations in DLF City.
Biodiversity mapping of the Magnolias and nearby areas of the DLF City.
Organized 21 shows in various public spaces in DLF City to promote art and culture through the programme “Junoon”.
Launch of “Mobile Diagnostic Bus” in Gurugram for screening of diabetes, cancer & other ailments. Over 2,497 beneficiaries received 30% subsidy on lab tests on CGHS rate for rural & DLF City residents.
10 primary health centres in rural and urban Gurugram impacted 31,450 beneficiaries in Delhi and 9,840 in Mohali.
Launched CGS Pet Care Hospital, it handled 16,937 cases of which 1,139 were strays.
Adoption of Tikli village to transform into “Model Village” based on PM “Adarsh Gram Yojna” in 2017. Constructed crematorium for the villagers, built sports facilities, etc.
Launched the Institute for Promotion of Art, Culture, Spirituality & Leadership based on Vedic Philosophy.
2200 people benefited from the Mobile Diagnostic Bus.
17,975 people benefited from primary health centres in Delhi, Gurugram and Mohali.
876 students were supported under the In-School Programme & 119 students were supported to pursue their education at graduate and postgraduate levels.
Launch of Government Schools Support Programme to enhance the quality of education in 12 government schools in Noida, benefitting over 6,416 students.
Deployment of ambulances in strategic locations across Gurugram for emergency evacuation of patients from urban slums and villages to nearby hospitals.
Delivered quality healthcare through Primary Health Centre in urban slums of Delhi to over 6,000 beneficiaries.
Established a Senior Citizen Recreation Centre in DLF Phase 2 Community Centre.
Launched COVID-19 relief measures in coordination with various state governments, police, district administration and other departments to ensure that support reached the needy and migrants. These efforts have impacted more than 64 lakh lives during COVID-19 Wave-I that began in 2019.
Relaunched the Education Scholarship Programme 'DLF CARES'.
Initiated “Saving Lives Through Safer Roads” program, in collaboration with NHAI, the state government and GMDA for making new pedestrian walkways at strategic locations in the city.
Partnered with municipal authorities in Delhi, Gurugram and Hyderabad for creating “Green Corridors and Landscapes".
Constructing India's first environment-friendly crematorium in Gurugram in partnership with the government of Haryana.
Supported 19 students under the Golf Excellence Programme in partnership with DLF Golf Academy and K&A Golf Private Limited.