Times Foundation

Our Mission

It works as a catalyst to encourage impactful interventions for Spiritual Wellness, Child Welfare, Women Empowerment, Skill Development, Health & Nutrition & Environment. We believe this can be brought on by working with our partners towards innovative, self-sustaining long term solutions.


Chairman's Message

We established the Times Foundation, our CSR initiative, to address national imperatives. These imperatives have plagued our past, slowed our present and continue to stare at our collective future.


  • Times Foundation & ActionAid join hands with you for taking this GOOD forward. COLLECTIVE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY - Event Held At: Bhubaneswar - Friday, Mar 3rd 2017

  • Times Foundation & ActionAid join hands with you for taking this GOOD forward. COLLECTIVE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY - Event Held At: Hyderabad - Thursday, Feb 23rd 2017                                                   

  • Times Foundation has been awarded with the CSR Leadership Excellence Award organized and endorsed by World Federation CSR on 2nd September, 2016. 

  • Congratulations, Smt. Indu Jain conferred the Padma Bhushan by the President of India on 12th April 2016                                       

  • SAVE A LIFE CAMPAIGN, CHENNAI           Times Foundation and Saveetha Unversity reached out to over 28000 Chennaites by organizing CPR SESSION. College students, various corporates along with some enthusiastic citizens came forward to be part of this initiative. TF Chennai has created a new entry with Guinness book of World Records by breaking the record of China which trained about 20,000 people in day.                                

  • INDIA SMILE CAMPAIGN, CHENNAI    Times Foundation in association with Saveetha University and The Times of India created a new entry in 2014 by entering Guinness book of World records for organizing oral screening camp and reaching out to over 101,309 students in a single daywhich earlier belonged to Colgate Palmolive, China with 70,388 screenings done in 2013.                             
  • Women Empowerment

    Times Foundation in its initiative of empowering women, with the support of Christ University, have come forward to support around 117 underprivileged women focussing on self-employment, entrepreneur training, soft skills and personality development, self defence, legal and financial know-how.

     E-waste awareness campaign

    Times Foundation supported the Self Employed Women’s Association by launching an awareness campaign on e-waste recycling by women through Happy Streets at Ahmedabad. This initiative encourages e-waste recycling thus contributing to climate change mitigation and ensures sustainable livelihood for women undertaking waste recycling.

     The New Teacher initiative

    Times Foundation and The Teacher Foundation has started its The New Teacher initiative, a 1000 hour full time, pre-service teacher education program aimed at  developing young trainees to begin a meaningful professional career in low cost private schools.

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    • For Holistic & Sustainable Development CSR is the continuing commitment by businesses to be socially responsible and contribute to the economic development while improving the quality of life across the families and society at large. Times Foundation & ActionAid join hands with you for taking this GOOD forward. Let’s collectively brainstorm and understand each other towards sustainable and inclusive economic growth.

      Event Details:
      Kolkata – Tuesday, April 25th 2017 Bangalore – Friday, May 12th 2017

      For any queries, please mail us at: sumit.ashish@timesgroup.com

    Times Foundations, Aide-et-Action & Charak Palika Hospital organizes a Health Screening Camp for the Underprivileged in New Delhi – 15th April 2017

    • Times Foundation along with Aide-et-Action has organized a health screening camp at The Child Care & Learning Center at NBCC site, New Delhi.

      The health camp was conducted in collaboration with Charak Palika Hospital, NDMC.

      The participants in the camp included four doctors, four nursing staffs from Charak Palika Hospitals and hundreds of beneficiaries from the nearby community. More than hundred underprivileged were benefited by attending the camp.

      Around 50 registrations were done for the medical facilities at Charak Palika Hospital, NDMC.