Everest Foundation

Everest strongly believes in giving back to the community and contributing towards social development. Everest particularly endeavours in the well being of the communities in the surroundings of its areas of operations. Everest has established a not-for-profit organization named Everest Foundation to carry out its CSR initiatives with greater focus.
Everest Foundation is committed to enhancing livelihood and living conditions of communities.


  • Build skills for enhancing livelihood for about 1,000 beneficiaries each year
  • Engage with communities for improving living conditions - Health & Sanitation Education & Sports.

Key Initiatives of the Foundation

Training and Skill Building

Enabling the development of latent skills can help build a “virtuous circle” — the quality and relevance of education and training fuels innovation investment, technological change, enterprise development, economic diversification and competitiveness. Emerging economies can, in turn, leverage this synergy to accelerate the process of employment

To build skill sets across our intended target groups - adolescents, women, and marginalized construction workers among others - the Everest Foundation initiated skills training in computers, sewing and roof installation across various locations in order to directly benefit more than 3000 people.


In Partnership with NIIT, Everest Foundation has so far imparted computer skill training to 2047 youths

  • 2047

Partnered with USHA Sewing School to impart sewing skills to 232 girls in last two years

  • 232

In association with CIDC and Sattva, Everest Foundation inducted and trained 1152 marginal construction workers through Roof Master Training Program in last 3 years.

  • 1152

The foundation helped 320 participants in getting employment opportunities through career facilitation services

  • 320

Health, Hygiene, and Sanitation

Public Healthcare in India is still in a state of flux. Rural areas continue to look for effective ways to make healthcare facilities available to vulnerable populations. To that end between 2015-18 we initiated a Tobacco Control Program, and a public sanitation program as well as individual sanitation program. The foundation has also organised several blood donation camps.


Constructed 700 toilets through individual household sanitation programme in partnership with Swades Foundation

  • 700

Conducted tobacco use and sensitization training for 13,000 participants. Reached 1,000 people directly through health camps.

  • 13000


Partnered with Salaam Mumbai Foundation to make one block of Nasik, Dindori (including schools) completely tobacco-free

Sports Promotion

More than 85 percent of school children in India have no access to sports due to a lack of adequate facilities. Less than 10 percent of the population under 35 years of age has access to organized sports. An equally small percentage of youth have access to playgrounds.

The Everest Foundation seeks to provide a platform for rural youth and children where they can demonstrate their sporting capabilities, and acquire skills that can help them live a healthy and progressive life. To facilitate this, we organize various local and community-level sporting events and training programs at our plant locations.


Children have benefitted directly from badminton tournaments in their local communities

  • 327

A total of 2484 children from various villages have participated in inter-school and village level football tournaments in last 3 years

  • 2484

In December 2017, an interschool football tournament was organized in which 624 kids from local areas and private schools participated

  • 624

Twelve children from economically backward neighbourhoods in Mumbai participated at an international sporting event in Dubai

  • 12

Environmental Sustainability and Community Building

Everest believes in maintaining green and sustainable environments and mitigating environmental challenges. To that end, we pursue the practice of planting saplings in various areas across our sites and the lands allocated by the Forest Department.

Various activities have been organized to plant thousands of trees. EVEREST FOUNDATION has organised multiple programs to address the main issues pertaining to the environment.


Approximately 4000 saplings were planted at Kymore, Podanur, Somnathpur, Lakhmapur, Bhagwanpur, Noida, Kolkata, and Dahej.

  • 4000

A drive for Sparrow Conservation was carried out wherein 110 school children were trained in nest making and sensitized to conserve birds.

  • 110

A sensitization activity ‘Art in Park’ was carried out to protect parks in cities to retain green environment. Approximately 1000 people participated in this event.

  • 1000

Thought Leadership Program in association with Ananta Aspen Speakers Series was organized at Mumbai in which approximately 500 people participated. Prominent speakers included Dr. Anil Gupta (on China), Dr. Shashi Tharoor (on Indian Politics), Dr. Brad Agle (on Ethics), Mr. Anshu Gupta, Goonj (on Social Impact) and Ambassador Talmiz Ahmad (on West Asia)

  • 500

Individual Social Responsibility

Every member of the Everest team is motivated, skilled, and adds to the strength of the company. Their large-heartedness allows them to willingly share their time and talent with others to build a better, stronger, and safer community.

Everest Foundation creates employee engagement opportunities for the workforce of EVEREST FOUNDATION, its primary funding partner. We have created a system under which each employee contributes 1 man-hour in each quarter and 4 man hours in a year for community-driven initiatives. Around 800 employees contribute more than 3000 hours for community projects including sensitization drives, skill-center visits, sports activities, education projects and a lot more.


Earthquake relief for Nepal

Food donation drives across all business units

Free medical drives organized at Roorkee

3224 Employee 5456 man hours in last 3 years contributed under ISR

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