Organizational Briefing


PHD Family Welfare Foundation was set up by the PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry 35 years ago in the year 1986 as a charitable trust. The prime reason for establishing this foundation was to reach out to the poor and downtrodden and to fulfil the social obligations, the social responsibility of PHD towards the upliftment of underprivileged families. Our Family Welfare Foundation, main focus is on health care and skill development education which basically concentrates on these fundamental areas knowing that this is a need of our country and this is the need of each and every family.

The foundation has 12 skill development units spread over resettlement areas in NCR and in far of States such as Assam and Rajasthan. There are 5 mobile medical vans which provide much needed medical support to beneficiaries in the resettlement areas.

During first and second wave of covid-19 PHDFWF came forward as a frontline worker and distributed dry food packets to the migrant labourers, FWF skill development unit beneficiaries, Mobile Medical health check up camp beneficiaries, specially abled, artists, HIV High Risk Groups and rural poors living in resettlement colonies of Delhi / NCR and Nutritional food packets for abandoned children living in Child Care Institutions in Delhi. PHDFWF also distributed energy drinks, sanitary napkins, cotton masks and face shields to the mentioned beneficiaries and Police and Government Hospitals.


Develop deprived communities in every aspect to provide quality social welfare services by strengthening the education health and skills with special focused to the women and youth empowerment for their sustainability with dignity in a holistic manner.

The objectives of the Foundation are:

To engage in the preparation, development and execution of any programme of  family welfare including family planning, health care, skill development, health education, population education and family life education.

  1. To initiate, participate in or motivate, execute any programme of family welfare including any programme for social and economic welfare of the people directly and/or in collaboration with any other agency or agencies.
  2. To organise meetings, conferences, seminars, workshops, training programmes, population education classes, health education relating to family welfare activities.
  3. To motivate and involve the youth in the family welfare programme
  4. To receive grants-in-aid from government, semi-government, public or international bodies for carrying out the objects of the Trust or as corpus money of the Trust.