TCI is always focused on value creation for all stakeholders through commitment and excellence to serve common good, development and legacy. TCI is proficient to leverage excellence on all fronts of governance, services, operations and people in the sharing of the excellence with society to drive sustainability. TCI Group is committed to serve the communities in the country with a motto of “Equality and Better Life for All” through TCI Foundation. TCI Foundation is proudly associated with various projects of the Government of India, State Governments, Public Sector Undertakings, Corporates and international organizations.
TCI Foundation conducted one day medical camp at Lalpur Hazi Parking Rudrapur, Uttrakhand on 31st March 2015. The clinical camp was oriented towards diagnosis and treatment of truckers by the specialists and dissemination of HIV/AIDS control education and information to the community at large. The camp was an opportunity for the truckers as well as other associated individuals to receive the medical facilities at no cost.
TCI Foundation in collaboration with Chandigarh Transport Association, Chandigarh State AIDS Control Society, Valvoline, J.K. Tyre and Cipla organized a multi specialty health camp and infotainment program at Chandigarh. The camp was attended by hundreds of truckers and allied population.
Organized free Camp in Lucknow, for Physically Challenged Citizen:
On behalf of Transystem, the TCI Foundation organized a free camp to support the physically challenged underprivileged citizens from March 21-25, 2015 in Lucknow.
Limbs Centre, Patna toiled day and night to render uninterrupted services to the targeted population. The Foundation rendered services including clinical examination, 191 artificial limbs, crutches, callipers, walking sticks, hearing aids and other physical aids to 172 physically challenged individuals.
TCI Foundation succeccfully organised Artificial Limbs transplantation centre camp on July 02, 2016 in joint collaboration with Patna Lions club. Issued 25 artificial limbs and appliances to differently abled persons. Between March 2008 and January 2016, the foundation has helped as many as 21,459 people ‘stand on their feet’.