We are committed to serving the communities in which we operate. It is a part of what we do and who we are as a firm. Corporate social responsibility helps build trust, raise awareness, and encourage social change.
Our social and environmental initiatives draw upon the strong combination of our business expertise, philanthropic commitments and employee outreach to have the broadest impact on the community. We measure our success by how we positively impact people, society, and the planet.
Some highlights of our CSR initiatives are as below:
Contribution to the PM Cares and Chief Minister’s Relief Fund – COVID -19
We are passing through unprecedented and extremely tough times as the entire country is going through a huge crisis of COVID -19. This is leading to massive economic hardships for millions of our countrymen and posing a grave challenge for the government as the economy is reeling badly under its influence.In the light of our philosophy of Giving back to the Society, NAM India has contributed INR 5 Crores towards the PM CARES and the Chief Minister's Relief Fund - COVID 19. This also includes precious contribution from all of our employees towards this cause.
“The Box of Hope”- Assam and Bihar Floods!!!
All employees at PAN India level contributed to the Bihar & Assam Floods through material contribution which helped the flood victims to regain normalcy in life. The activity was driven in association with Goonj.
Contribution of School Supplies
We encouraged all our employees to donate school supplies for the primary school children of Umang Foundation Trust who come from families grappling with poverty.
Prime Minister Relief Fund
Prime Minister Relief Fund is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to raising funds through employee’s payroll. Through this voluntary program, an employee can contribute a minimum amount of Rs. 200 from his/her salary for the havoc caused by the monsoon in the states like Kerala, Assam, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Gujarat and its surrounding area by flash flood and rains this year. This Payroll Giving Programme has experienced tremendous amount of satisfaction in bringing a bright ray of hope in the clouded lives of the needy.
World Health Environment Day
We went a step ahead to take a green initiative by doing small things every day to make a difference in our world. On this day we put the mantra of 3Rs -
Reduce, Reuse and Recycle to perfect use. This campaign saw a lot of involvement and participation from each employee coming forward to donate right from a smallest piece of waste paper to plastics, polythin bags, bottles, newspaper and many more.
These dry wastes were in turn sent to a blind school for reuse and other wastes were sent for recycling.
Grow Trees: All employees gave some amount of money to an NGO ‘Grow Tree’s’, who then planted a tree in the name of an employee.
Give India: ‘Give India’ is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to raising funds for NGOs having strong credentials. Through this voluntary program, an employee can contribute a minimum amount of Rs. 200 from his/her salary for a cause - educating a child, or helping a blind person see, or a disabled person walk, and many more. ‘Give India’ has also ensured that we get a regular progress/feedback report on how the employee's donation is being utilized.
Diwali – Diya Making with CRY Foundation
We believe we are the caretakers of today's world in which the future generations would flourish. We believe in touching lives of all those around us, sharing and involving our stakeholders as our partners in progress/ growth.
NIMF (Nippon India Mutual Fund) were seen painting and decorating handmade Diya’s. All employees who volunteered to be a part of this experience, shared a part of their good fortune with the underprivileged by bringing in joy and smiles on their face hence transforming lives of the needy.
Bharat Ke Veer
Supported the Armed Forces & their families through Army Central Welfare Fund – Contribution of
- NIMF board inaugurated a new
Mobile Health Unit (MHU) to be maintained by Deepak Foundation on Oct 2019 which is placed in and around Paithan (a town in Aurangabad district, Maharashtra, India) for the wellbeing and betterment of health of the people.