In response to the acute needs of the nation created by the COVID-19 pandemic, the employees of Aadhar Housing Finance have contribute 27.04 Lakhs to the PM CARES Fund. Aadhar Housing Finance has also contributed 22.95 Lakhs from their CSR fund along with undertaking a slew of initiatives to extend support to critical communities across India.
They have also provided 27,300 masks and 7155 bottles of sanitizers to frontline police staff, medical staff and migrant labourers. 6 boxes of gloves, 648 hand sanitizers and 360 kgs of food grains were donated to the police officials in Siliguri and Asansol; 20,000 masks and 80 bottles along with 4 cans of Sanitizers was provided to the Mumbai Police EOW (Economic Offences Wing). 300 masks and 65 bottles (500 ml) of sanitizers were also provided to Mumbai Police Special Branch – CID.
Aadhar Housing Finance has managed to provide food for 500 migrant labourers stranded due to lock down in Palghar district with the help of the local Tehsildar. Recognising the profound impact of this pandemic on the most vulnerable set of people, including daily wage workers, 3000 units of Hand Sanitizers and 3,000 units of 3 Layer Face Masks were distributed to the needy people through the NGO – Bhartiya Inclusive Development Foundation.
Masks and sanitizers were given to the Bangalore Police Force. A total of 4000 Masks and Sanitizers were distributed to the Police authorities at Dewas and Mandsaur, Madhya Pradesh. 100 units each of face masks, gloves and hand sanitizers were contributed to the police force of Jabalpur. 400kgs of rice was contributed police officials in Ranchi. Aadhar Housing Finance also provided ration supplies to underprivileged children in Delhi and daily wage workers in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh.
On the contribution towards the company’s CSR initiative, Deo Shankar Tripathi, MD and CEO, Aadhar Housing Finance, said, “We realize the fact that support in any form will make a big difference. So, as part of our CSR activities, we have encouraged all the Aadharites to suggest us ways in which we can contribute towards those who need support and help in this need of the hour.”
As a voluntary contribution, all Aadhar Housing Finance employees have pledged one-day salary which sums up to approximate INR 27.04 Lakhs and have donated that towards PM CARES Fund. Rishi Anand, Chief Business Officer of Aadhar Housing Finance, said, “As an essential service provider, Aadhar Housing Finance is always standing strong with the Indian Police Force and the citizens of this country. Along with this, we are constantly taking initiatives to support our Government fight the COVID-19 pandemic. All the employees are participating in these efforts whole-heartedly and are constantly coming up with new initiatives to help the COVID-19 warriors.”
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