COMPANY PROFILETech Mahindra Foundation (TMF) is the corporate social responsibility arm of Tech Mahindra Limited. Instituted in 2007 as a section 8 company in India, under Company Act 2013 it has been working tirelessly since then in the areas of education, employability and disability.
COMPANY PROFILEThe CSR Arm of Deepak Fertilisers and Petrochemicals Corporation Limited, Pune (DFPCL), Ishanya Foundation (ISFON) is a registered NGO under the provision of the Bombay Public Trust Act 1950.
COMPANY PROFILEGVK is a socially responsible and an environmentally conscious organization. Various projects at GVK have been undertaken to raise the general standard of living of the deprived sections of society.
COMPANY PROFILESuzlon Group with its vision of "Powering a Greener tomorrow" founded Suzlon Foundation (SF) in December 2007 – a section 8 non-profit company. Suzlon Foundation leads the CSR activities of Suzlon Group. The activities cover neighborhood villages in 9 states and the Union Territory of Daman. With an approach of integrating CSR in all the business functions and strategies of engage- empower-sustain, SF implements activities based on 5-capital sustainability framework. The philosophy is to help those who are ready to help themselves. It is a partnership in development with all stakeholders making their own contributions. To enhance natural, financial, social, human and physical capitals, Suzlon Foundation collaborates with communities, government departments, institutions, other agencies, business units and employees. CSR at Suzlon has been categorized in three components: Transformative (working with internal stakeholders), Responsive (working with neighborhood communities to offset our footprint) and Proactive (working for overall sustainability of the planet). The foundation has reached out to over 1000 villages, touching lives of over 100000 families, conserving 3627 hectares of land, bringing light to over 2500 families living in darkness by inspiring over 2000 Suzlon workforce in volunteering for neighbourhood village development through its transformative, responsive and proactive CSR initiatives.
COMPANY PROFILEThe Setco Foundation is a community-based NGO which was created in 2007 to implement the Setco Group's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
COMPANY PROFILEEstablished in 1979, Metrobank Foundation, Inc. (MBFI) is the corporate social responsibility arm of the Metropolitan Bank & Trust Company (Metrobank), one of the largest banks in the Philippines. For 38 years, MBFI has emerged as one of the country's most active corporate philanthropic organizations, undertaking a wide array of social development programs in such key sectors as education, visual arts, and health care, including grant-making to charitable institutions in the Philippines and in Asia. MBFI has since then garnered various awards both in the local and international scene. Among its flagship programs are the Metrobank Foundation Outstanding Filipinos (OF), separately implemented as three searches: Search for Outstanding Teachers (SOT), The Outstanding Philippine Soldiers (TOPS), and Country's Outstanding Police Officers in Service (COPS). Other major programs include: Metrobank Art and Design Excellence (MADE); Metrogold Scholarship Program (MSP); Metrobank Math Challenge (MMC); and National Teachers' Month (NTM). Consistent with its "Excel. Engage. Empower." roadmap, the Foundation's programs seek to inspire people to excel in what they do, engage them and the communities they belong to, and empower them to become agents of positive change and influence—all for the onward pursuit of nation-building.
COMPANY PROFILEManappuram Finance Ltd., one of India's leading NBFCs, has been very active in the CSR space over the last seven years. The CSR initiatives of the company are routed through the Manappuram Foundation, a charitable organization set up in October 2009 with the express mandate of driving forward its CSR. Today, the Foundation brings resources and commitment to projects that enrich people's lives and make a visible difference to local communities.
COMPANY PROFILEPiramal Foundation is the strategic philanthropic arm of the Piramal Group. It aims to create solutions to some of India's most pressing challenges. In line with the Millennium Development Goals, foundation is focused on universal primary education, empowering women, reducing child mortality rates, improving maternal health and improving access to safe drinking water. The foundation has developed innovative approaches and programs in every vertical and has built strong Partnerships with Governments, International Organizations like UNICEF, Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, Harvard University, etc.
COMPANY PROFILEBoosting its bid for sustainability in the community, AES Philippines Power Foundation Inc. (AES Foundation) continues to uplift the quality of life living around the areas where it operates. It is a non-stock and non-profit organization guided by AES values to create opportunities and serve with unwavering commitment in the community through the projects it implements.
COMPANY PROFILEAdani Foundation, the CSR wing of the Infrastructure Conglomerate- Adani Group was established in 1996. The Foundation, since its inception, has been working relentlessly with an objective of contributing towards nation building by facilitating inclusive & sustainable socio-economic development of communities, the Group operates with. Today, touching more than 4,00,000 plus families, Adani Foundation acts passionately in four core areas - Education; Community Health; Sustainable Livelihood Development and Rural Infrastructure Development, encompassing 12 States, 21 Sites, 1,470 villages & towns across the nation.
COMPANY PROFILEThe Airbus Foundation, chaired by Tom Enders, CEO of Airbus Group, includes Airbus, Airbus Helicopters and Airbus Defence and Space as founding and contributing members. It is the company's vehicle for corporate philanthropy, using the Group's resources, aeronautic and space products, competencies, diverse workforce and culture for driving innovation to address societal issues. In particular, the Foundation supports the global humanitarian community and inspires and prepares young people for the challenges of tomorrow.
COMPANY PROFILEBharti Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Bharti Enterprises is committed to implementing and supporting programs in the fields of primary, elementary, senior secondary and higher education benefitting underprivileged children across rural India. With education as its core focus, Bharti Foundation has been working steadfastly since 2000 to enable the cognitive, creative and emotional development of students along with the instilling of values and attitudes of responsible citizenry.
COMPANY PROFILEMax India Foundation (MIF) is the CSR arm of the Max Group. Guided by the vision of "Seva Bhav" and "Care for Life", the Foundation is focussed on healthcare for the underprivileged and has so far benefitted over 27.20 lakh underserved people across 720 locations pan India.
COMPANY PROFILESynergeia Foundation is a non-government organization made up of indivduals, institutions, and organizations working to improve the quality of basic education in the Philippines by empowering the communities around public schools. It implements programs to improve basic education for 3.2 million school children in over 350 municipalities in the Philippines. Its vision is a country where every Filipino child completes a good basic education. Its mission is to be a catalyst of change and enable communities to work together so every child can enjoy his right to quality education and become a better person.
COMPANY PROFILEHCL Foundation (HCLF) was established in 2011 as the CSR arm of HCL Technologies. It is a gold standard not for profit organization, that matches the national and international development standards and brings about lasting positive impact in the lives of people, through long term sustainable programs, implemented in full engagement with HCL's own employees. Our GOLD STANDARDS are Credibility, Transparency, Accountability, Outreach to the Unreached, Sustainability & Up scalability.
COMPANY PROFILERBS is a UK-based banking and financial services company, headquartered in Edinburgh. RBS provides a wide range of products and services to personal, commercial and large corporate and institutional customers through its two main customer brands Royal Bank of Scotland and NatWest, as well as through a number of other well-known brands including Ulster Bank and Coutts. As part of its sustainability mandate, RBS believes in inclusive growth and demonstrates it by supporting local communities in the countries in which it operates. RBS Foundation India implements a program "Supporting Enterprise"with the objective of fostering economic integration. It facilitates financial inclusion by enabling people to enhance their incomes through household enterprises. While India is poised for rapid economic growth it is also investing to bring in equitable growth through financial inclusion, skill development and sustainable use of its natural wealth. Business is pitching in to support the government's efforts. An analysis made as part of our community initiatives revealed that poverty is deepest amongst those communities that are directly dependent on the resources from forests and other ecosystems for their livelihoods. There is an interesting overlap between poverty and ecologically important forests landscapes. Rapid environment degradation, loss of biodiversity and loss of entitlement in turn affects the livelihoods of these Communities. The Supporting Enterprise Program has thus been designed to achieve financial inclusion with a dedicated focus on women, youth and farmers in some of the most excluded regions of the country. The program builds focus on enhancing production through improved natural resource management and enabling market access. Creating financial awareness enables them to manage their thrift profitably, save to manage life cycle risks and consume for better quality of lives. A basket of livelihoods activities are developed for the household to ensure food security, regular cash flow and help mitigate the risks inherent to their livelihoods. Since it's inception in 2007, the program has benefited 106,000 households in 954 villages across India.