The Tata Trusts have been pioneers in developing super specialty cancer hospitals in India since 1941. In order to strengthen cancer care in underserved areas and to promote prevention and early detection of cancers, the Trusts have embarked on a first-of-its-kind large scale public health programme.
Established in 2017, Alamelu Charitable Foundation (ACF) is a Section 8, not-for-profit entity. ACF has been set-up to implement the ambitious Cancer Care Initiative of the Trusts, ensuring affordable, high-quality healthcare to millions of Indians, closer to their homes.Know more
News & events
Tata Trusts to build cancer hospital in Tirupati
The proposed facility will have in and out-patient facilities, diagnostics, therapeutics, rehabilitation and other such support servicesRead more
Government of Assam, Tata Trusts operationalise Assam Cancer Care Foundation
The joint initiative will establish a comprehensive cancer care network across the state comprising 19 modern facilitiesRead more
We are now looking at utilising our resources, our skills and our vision to address issues and needs that have been largely ignored.
Ratan N Tata
Chairman, Tata Trusts
Our activities help beneficiaries across India get better health care
women screened for non-communicable diseases
people served by 20 telemedicine clinics across 265 villages
in India to be served by the Distributed Cancer Care Network