Social Initiatives


Nation-building beyond education

Amity, besides providing world class education, is driven by a deep passion for philanthropy and corporate social responsibility. To realise this mission, Amity Humanity Foundation has been established to help the underprivileged sections of society, specially the girl child through diverse welfare activities.

Dr. Ashok K. Chauhan

Founder President,

Ritnand Balved Education Foundation
Chairman, AKC Group of Companies

As India's leading education group, Amity is also committed to nation-building beyond education reflected in the efforts and initiatives of the Amity Humanity Foundation. Established in 1995, the mission of Amity Humanity Foundation is to support and initiate social welfare activities and create possibilities for equitable social development.

Caring for underprivileged girl child - AMITASHA
  • Providing free education, uniforms, books, meals and healthcare to underprivileged girl child
HIV/AIDS Awareness
  • Awareness and intervention programs for adolescents, school going children, migrant labour and other high risk behavior groups
  • Mobilisation & capacity building for prevention of HIV/AIDS through Conferences & Workshops
Community Development through Women Empowerment-SWAYAM SIDDHA
  • Development of infrastructural facilities like housing, education, health, surface transport, water and sanitation for proper rural upliftment in 28 villages under Project PURA - Providing Urban Amenities to Rural Areas
  • Employment generation activities for rural population through Project-Panchgaon, such as Masonry, Bamboo Cultivation, Medicinal Plants, etc.
  • Self-Help Groups of rural women are being trained on aspects of confidence building, legal literacy and financial accounting
Other Projects
  • Rehabilitation of the physically disabled in District Ghaziabad
  • Establishment of a centre in Pushp Vihar, New Delhi for treatment and rehabilitation of physically handicapped
  • Old age homes - programmes aimed at physical and psychological well-being of neglected and institutionalised senior citizens

Caring for the underprivileged girl child

A unique project of Amity Humanity Foundation is Amitasha, a chain of schools for the underprivileged girl child that was started in 1999 and is a dream project of Dr. (Mrs.) Amita Chauhan, the Chairperson of Amity International Schools.

Over 1,000 girls in the age group of 5-11 are envisioning a better future through Amitasha wherein their education, nutrition, health and personality development are taken care of. Starting from Nursery, these girls remain with Amitasha till class VII. Students who display extraordinary potential and interest are encouraged to study further at the other Amity institutions. At Amitasha, apart from academics, the girls are also given vocational training so that, tomorrow they have the ability to become economically independent.

Amitasha students learning photography from faculty of Amity School of Communication

Amitasha students learning photography from faculty of Amity School of Communication


Amity Kolkata Half Marathon organised by Amity Kolkata which attracted over 8,000 participants

Prof. R.R. Grover, Director, Amity School of Insurance, Banking & Actuarial Sciences with the participating players during a cricket match, the proceeds of which go to Amitasha

Amity Polo Cup organised every year by Amity in aid of Amitasha