Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

Bird Group supports a number of charitable organizations, initiatives and projects and has made a significant contribution over the last 50 years especially in the following space:

  • Healthcare
  • Education
  • Social rehabilitation for marginalized communities
  • Community welfare

  • Counseling
  • Enabling career opportunities
  • Public private partnership for the preservation and promotion of Indian heritage

Bird Education Society Travel & Tourism (BESTT)

Recognized as a fundamental enabler of social change, BESTT offers education to the underprivileged and in turn creates various employment opportunities. Founded on the astute principle of ‘Hunar se rozgar’, the society’s initiatives are designed to empower by skilling, which in turn leads to profound change and growth.


Sukarya, a non-profitable trust based out of Gurugram, Haryana is supported by Bird Group. It aims to contribute to physical and mental wellbeing of the marginalized and vulnerable sections of the society, particularly women, adolescents and children.


'Parvarish'- a registered society, works towards community welfare, education opportunities as well as health & wellness programs for the needy and underprivileged children of the society. Parvarish also runs the Goodnight Project, which works on the belief that no one should sleep hungry.

Bird Heritage Foundation

Bird Heritage Foundation in partnership with the Ministry of Tourism (Government of India) in their ‘Adopt a Heritage’ project, aspires to restore and preserve our rich heritage thus enhancing the experience of tourists, both national and international and achieving due global recognition for our heritage, art, crafts, music and dance. Our ongoing projects under the ‘Adopt a Heritage’ project by the Ministry of Tourism (Government of India) include, Audio Odigos and AdopDon of the Heritage Monument Sites as a Monument Mitra – Gol Gumbad – Lodhi Road Delhi and Bara Lao ka Gumbad & Baradari, Vasant Vihar, New Delhi.