In essence, a Charitable trust founded in 1954 for the welfare of the ex-servicemen and their dependents. It is incorporated under the Charitable Endowments Act, 1890.

Fauji Foundation (also known as Fauji Group), is amongst the largest business conglomerate in Pakistan which “Earns to Serve” the interests of ex-servicemen.

Pakistan Army in 1953, instead of disbursing the balance fund of about PKR 18.2 millions (USD 0.2 million) among the beneficiaries, invested it in establishing a textile mill. Later from the income of the textile mill, it established first 50 bedded TB hospital at Rawalpindi.

Fauji Foundation is proud of the fact that from PKR 18.2 million in 1953, today it runs more than 18 industries, the income from which is utilized to serve about 9 million beneficiaries (approx. 5% of country’s population). Generally, more than 80 percent of the income goes towards the welfare activities every year.

The welfare is conducted through health care, education and vocational / technical training. To a limited extent welfare is also a by product of employment generated for the beneficiaries through commercial and welfare activities. Presently, the welfare is conducted through 115 medical facilities, 100 schools & colleges, 65 vocational training centers and 9 technical training centers.

Associated Companies. Following companies are considered as Associated Companies:-
Fully Owned and Affiliated Projects. Following companies are considered as fully owned and affiliated projects:-