JCB is a leading manufacturer of earthmoving and construction equipment and has been in India for over four decades. With six state-of-the-art factories in Delhi-NCR, Pune, Jaipur, and Vadodara, JCB India has always remained committed to the communities around each of its factories. The company initiated its corporate social responsibility journey in the latter half of 2000 by supporting school children in a government school close to its Ballabhgarh factory.

Two decades later, JCB India’s CSR outreach is implemented via four projects in alignment with Schedule VII, Section 135 of the Indian Companies Act and all related amendments: Creating a better quality of life for vulnerable communities; Revival and consolidation of traditional Indian heritage and craft; Creating an environment to advance art and diversity of literature in India; and Enhancing project efficiency for social and economic welfare interventions. The projects are implemented via two Foundations and a Trust.

During FY 20-21 and 21-22 as the COVID-19 pandemic ravaged the country, JCB India supported and provided stability to its communities through its CSR pillar working on long term rehabilitation, beyond rescue and relief.

Lady Bamford Charitable Trust


Lady Bamford Foundation


JCB Literature Foundation