About Us

We at Ispat Foundation

  • With a mission to reach out the remotest part of India and marginalised section of society, ISPAT Foundation is committed to provide:

    • Help to people affected by calamities,
    • Education to poor youth creating knowledge driven society,
    • Support to deserving poor patients who cannot afford medical expenses.

​Ispat Foundation's Team

  • Mr.Krishnadas Balan

    A result oriented professional having more than 20 years of experience in acquisitions and strategic alliance. He is an alumnus of the prestigious Government Institution Sardar Patel College of Engineering, Mumbai. Mr.Balan handles the overall corporate strategy, acquisition and strategic alliances for the varied business verticals of the Ispat Group.

    Email : v.balan@ispatcorp.com

  • Capt. Manjit Gill ( Indian Navy)

    Capt. Manjit is an alumnus of the National Defence Academy of Khadakwasla, Pune. He is an Electrical Engineer with 35 years of experience in handling greenfield projects from medim to large projects for defence forces.

    Email : manjit.gill@credencelogistics.com

ISPAT Foundation's CARE NEPAL Campaign

Our vision is to provide shelter to the people of Nepal who are badly affected in the Catastrophic earthquake of April 2015

  • CARE NEPAL

    In our ongoing campaign, CARE NEPAL, we are committed to distribute comfortable sleeping bags to the devastated areas of Nepal where people are spending nights in open areas.

  • CARE KASHMIR

    In our concluded campaign, CARE KASHMIR, we distributed 500 sleeping bags in the flood affected villages of Banyari and Kalwatpora of Bandipore district of J&K state on 31st Dec 2014 before arrival of severe winter.

  • Kalwatpora

    This is a small hamlet comprising of 120 houses. It has the Wullar lake on one side and mountain slopes on the other which trapped the water.

  • Banyari

    Banyari is a cluster of 3 mohallas with a total of 550 families. This disconnected village is almost like an island with Wullar lake on one side and tributaries of the Jhelum on the other sides.




  • Pragya team

    The Pragya team along with Ispat Foundation reached out to those families who have been left homeless by September floods in Anantnag, Bandipora, Kulgam and Pulwama districts of Kashmir valley