On 8th December 2010, the Foundation inaugurated Vedanta Charitable Hospital and Research Center at Reengus, Rajasthan. This hospital was established to provide free medical facilities to the needy in Reengus, Rajasthan and nearby villages. The hospital is managed by a team of dedicated doctors who attend to more than 100 patients daily. Along with outpatient departments, there are X-Ray, pathology, physiotherapy departments, and a maternity ward. The hospital organizes eye camps, respiratory ailments camp, etc. regularly in which scores of people benefit from free health check-ups.

Vedanta Foundation organized Mass Marriage on 25th May 2013. The arrangement was set up for 101 tribal couples at Mokhada village in Jawhar Taluka of Thane district, Maharashtra. Mr. Baliram Jadhav, Palghar (MP )graced the occasion with his presence and blessings. The marriage rituals were conducted in accord with the regional customs without any monetary exchanges. The Foundation donated gifts to the newly wedded couples, moreover took care of the entire ceremony and its finances.

The Foundation has built Dharmashalas at various religious places in India like Kedarnath, Gangotri, Yamunotri and more that provide accommodation and basic amenities to lakhs of devotees who visit these places. The Vedanta Bhakt Nivas, near Vitthal- Rukmini temple in Pandharpur, at a time, houses over 400 underprivileged devotees called warkaris.

Vedanta Foundation has donated “Roti Making Machines” to underprivileged institutions like the Children Aid Society, Ramakrishna Mission, Female Beggars Home, and others.

Vedanta Foundation has organized placement drives to assist youth with employment, state-wide. The foundation has managed to employ more than 30,000 of them. Companies like Mc Donald’s, Eureka Forbes, Pantaloons Retail, Cinemax, CCD, and others have extended their support to the foundation’s initiative.