OUR VISION

"To actively contribute to the social and economic development of the communities in which we operate. In doing so, build a better, sustainable way of life for the weaker sections of society and raise the country's human development index."

PHILOSOPHY

“To promote the awareness and practice of Good Corporate Citizenship, by business becoming an integral part of societal process where people have access to resources to make informed choices and decisions towards a more humane and compassionate society.”

STRATEGY

“To mobilize core competencies and resources of business, public organizations and Government Institutions…...to facilitate their working in partnership on projects that benefit communities.”

We also feel strongly about giving back to our community. We believe everybody deserves to be treated with dignity and respect, regardless of their personal circumstances, and offered the skills, knowledge and assistance they need to help themselves lead healthy and productive lives.

SUMMARY OF VARIOUS CSR INITIATIVES

  • Actively participate with an NGO 'Akshay Patra' who provides mid day meals to over 180 thousand school going children again from the lower sections of the society. (National organization): In India 43 per cent of children are malnourished and 1.5 million are at the brink of becoming victims of malnourishment because of inflation. On the other side 1.7 million children in India, are out-of-school. Akshaya Patra strive to address issues related  to malnutrition, hunger and deprivation of education by incentivizing food to bring children to school. Our aim is to nourish children ensuring they access education. They needed a Support, and We gave it to them. 

 

  • Providing monthly financial support to 'Surman' an NGO taking care of 60 destitute and orphan children (Jaipur):
  • God cannot be present everywhere, therefore he has created mother” .Surman is a divine place where abandoned and orphan children are given shelter and an atmosphere where they can also see their dreams coming time. We all are concerned about our own lives and families and do our utmost to keep them healthy and happy but we should never forget that “HUMANITY IS THE HUMAN RELIGION”. 

                                           

 

  • Providing annual financial support to 'SOS' a global organization taking care of orphans:
  • Children without family are more susceptible to the effects of poverty and illness, abuse and manipulation, and extreme suffering in cases of catastrophe or war. They care for these children, and help families and communities build their capacities to care for children. SOS Children's Villages supports families and communities so that they are able to provide for their children themselves in the future. This is why SOS Children's Villages' family strengthening programmes very much rely on work with the communities and volunteer work. In this way, local decision-makers are involved and objective needs analyses are carried out when the decision is made as to which families need what help. Only in this way can social networks develop, which local people can carry on and support on a long-term basis without assistance from SOS Children's Villages.

 

  • Actively participate in blood donation camps for the needy:
  • You don’t need a special reason to give blood.
  • You just need your own reason.
    Whatever your reason, the need is constant and your contribution is important for a healthy and reliable blood supply.  And  you’ll feel good knowing you've helped change a life. And we as a Corporate Identity help to change a Life.

                           

 

 

  • Providing annual financial support for 'HELP AGE INDIA' (National organization):
  • HelpAge envisions a society where elderly have the Right to an active, healthy and dignified life. We are integrating our programmes and services, and consciously moving from welfare towards development and long term sustainability for seniors. HelpAge works closely with Senior Citizen Associations and encourage seniors to speak up for their own rights. In their continuing fight against poverty, isolation and neglect of elders though we have made significant strides, but they are just a drop in the ocean. The aim is to help elders rebuild their own lives and take charge of their own future, restoring within them a sense of self worth and confidence.

                                                                     

 

 

 

  • Providing support to 'BHAWANI CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER' an NGO working to develop children with learning disabilities (Jaipur):
  • Bhavani CDC believe that our society needs greater awareness and acceptance of children with specific learning disabilities (SLD)
    and of slow learners; also believe that changes in the educational system are crucial if all children are to thrive to the best of their abilities; finally, believe that in order to enable acceptance and flourishing, the ways in which children are assessed and educated needs to change.From the primary level to the senior secondary level, Bhavani CDC has evolved a classical education with a functional curriculum along with art, languages, music, dramatics, outdoor and indoor play. In addition to academic teaching, they also conduct vocational training programme. Students are thus equipped for further professional or other avenues at the end of their school lives. Further, they help students become   self-motivated and well-rounded, responsible citizens capable of taking on global challenges, AND WE ARE HELPING THEM TO ACHIEVE THE SAME.

 AND THE LIST CONTINUES AND WILL ALWAYS:

  • Providing monthly financial support to 'ARSHA VIDYA TIRTHA' running a Boarding school for over 60 Adiwasi children (Jaipur).
  • Providing monthly financial support to 'SAHAYOG SANSTHA' an NGO running a school of 300 children from the lower strata of society (Jaipur).

 

Still A Long Way To Go...

A beginning has been made but there still miles to go before the huge disparity is bridged and a better future delivered to both the rural and urban poor.