KFC has stepped out from the traditional operational area to the vast arena of corporate social responsibility. We have realized that apart from bringing in progress, prosperity and consequent employment generation through financing the units, there is a social responsibility to take care of the marginalised sections of the society. With this vision we haveformed KFC-Care (Kerala Financial Corporation - Centre for Assistance and Rehabilitation) a Corporate Social Responsibility Cell, under the Travancore Cochin Literary Scientific and Charitable Society Act 1955. KFC-CARE was inau-gurated by Dr. T.M.Thomas Issac, the Hon. Finance Minister of Kerala at a spectacular ceremony organized at Kanakakkunnu Palalce, Thiruvananthapuram on 14th November 2007.
The first venture of KFC-CARE was to help the mentally challenged children of Bala Vikas, Peroorkara, Thiruvanananthapuram by providing them required machinery and training for the manufacture of office files, paper carry bags etc. The products manufactured by them are purchased by the Corporation for its own use. The maiden venture of Corporate Social Responsibility Cell on the Children's Day was launched by Smt. Sreemathy Teacher, Hon'ble Minister for Health. We have also supported 7 orphan girls for continuing their higher education after +2 through a scholarship floated by the All India Management Association. These nominees were selected by the Government of Kerala at our request.