Nag Foundation


The Nag Foundation is a non-governmental organisation that was established by K. K. Nag Pvt. Ltd in 1989. It began as a public charitable trust that played a major role in promoting local artists and art in Pune. The foundation changed its mandate to Cancer Care, Research and Education in 2011.

The foundation’s primary focus now is “Promoting Excellence in Cancer Care through Education, Research, Advocacy and Patient Support.”

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The main purpose is to provide accessible and affordable cancer care to patients, as well as spread awareness and educate the public about different types of cancer, symptoms and types of treatments available.

The Nag Foundation regularly holds support group meetings for patients and caregivers as well as cancer awareness and screening camps for the public. It supports and organises annual scientific meetings for medical professionals like the ‘Year In Review’ and the ‘Supportive Care Conference’ in association with Tata Memorial Hospital. Since 2012 the foundation has held an annual Breast Cancer Survivors conference for patients and survivors with Breast Cancer, the only one of its kind in the country.

The foundation has also implemented “training the trainer” projects, where community health workers have been trained in breast health and clinical breast examination. They have been able to reach out to over 3,000 women through this project. Additionally, the foundation supports an annual grant for independent research by Indian doctors and scientists under the WCI (Womens Cancer Initiative) – Nag Foundation Research Award.

Furthermore, the foundation helps underprivileged patients for treatment and support through their “Herceptin” and “General Medical” funds.

All donations made to the Nag Foundation are exempted under 80G and the foundation has obtained their FCRA (Foreign Contribution Regulation Act) certification, which means they can accept donations from overseas.

To find out more about the Nag Foundation, please visit www.nagfoundation.org

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Nag Foundation


The Nag Foundation is a non-governmental organisation that was established by K. K. Nag Pvt. Ltd in 1989. It began as a public charitable trust that played a major role in promoting local artists and art in Pune. The foundation changed its mandate to Cancer Care, Research and Education in 2011.

The foundation’s primary focus now is “Promoting Excellence in Cancer Care through Education, Research, Advocacy and Patient Support.”

The main purpose is to provide accessible and affordable cancer care to patients, as well as spread awareness and educate the public about different types of cancer, symptoms and types of treatments available.

The Nag Foundation regularly holds support group meetings for patients and caregivers as well as cancer awareness and screening camps for the public. It supports and organises annual scientific meetings for medical professionals like the ‘Year In Review’ and the ‘Supportive Care Conference’ in association with Tata Memorial Hospital. Since 2012 the foundation has held an annual Breast Cancer Survivors conference for patients and survivors with Breast Cancer, the only one of its kind in the country.

The foundation has also implemented “training the trainer” projects, where community health workers have been trained in breast health and clinical breast examination. They have been able to reach out to 3,000 women through this project. Additionally, the foundation supports an annual grant for independent research by Indian doctors and scientists under the WCI (Womens Cancer Initiative) – Nag Foundation Research Award.

Furthermore, the foundation helps underprivileged patients for treatment and support through their “Herceptin” and “General Medical” funds.

All donations made to the Nag Foundation are exempted under 80G and the foundation has obtained their FCRA (Foreign Contribution Regulation Act) certification, which means they can accept donations from overseas.

To find out more about the Nag Foundation, please visit www.nagfoundation.org

Shri Padmavati Vidya Mandir School


  • We have adopted the local school in Urse village, “Shri Padmavati Vidya Mandir”
  • We have provided them with computers, built a science laboratory and regularly donate laboratory equipment
  • We have also provided benches to the primary classrooms
  • We regularly organize eye check-ups and other health initiatives for the students
  • We provide transportation to take students for their examinations that are conducted at remote test centres
  • Students are provided help and guidance for their overall development