Satin Creditcare Network Limited has undertaken several CSR initiatives to provide support to its employees and provide relief to the victims of the Covid-19 and Amphan crisis. The measures have been undertaken with a view to aid the government in combating the spread of the deadly Corona Virus in India as well as mitigate the damage caused by cyclone Amphan.
The Company is taking all the necessary measures to abide by the directions and advisories issued by the Government and the authorities to ensure the health and safety of its employees as well as borrowers. The safety and security of each employee is of prime concern, hence the company has decided to insure 13000 of its employees under COVID-19 insurance which covers medical treatment against the deadly Coronavirus. The company also organized financial empowerment workshops for clients in five states namely: Assam, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and Orissa with an average of 300 to 350 patients in each state.
Satin Creditcare has taken several relief and CSR measures in the aftermath of the Fani and Amphan cyclone to support as well as empower the communities in Assam and Odisha. They started by organizing flood relief and many free health checkup camps. The CSR team also organized nine awareness camps in Sivasagar, Assam to educate the masses on credit discipline and financial literacy in the wake of the crisis. The company supported four local government schools in Assam by providing school bags to students. In partnership with USHA in Assam, Satin Creditcare Network Limited helped in skill development by training the locals to use a sewing machine.
HP Singh, Chairman & Managing Director of Satin Creditcare Network Limited, said, “We at Satin, have always actively been involved in contributing to the well-being of our employees, clients and the less fortunate in our society. We aim to provide them with relief and fulfill their needs, by empowering them to build capacity in order to support themselves and their families.”
Since its inception, CSR of Satin Creditcare has regularly worked towards enhancing benefits for the community it serves, by means of organizing centre leader workshops, medical camps, sanitation drives, financial literacy trainings and more. SCNL has also been actively donating to non-profits and NGOs, with the hope that these extended associations will offer wider opportunities for SCNL to aid and contribute in the betterment of the society and making it a better place to live.
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