CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
With CM-Sankalp, our CSR initiative, we aim to create measurable impact that helps our community and planet thrive. The name of our initiative, Sankalp, translates to resolution in Hindi, underlining our resolve to do good and make a difference where we live and work.
In partnership with SankalpTaru in India and One Tree Planted in the US, we are committed to planting trees and reducing carbon emissions. It is our effort to make a tangible difference to the environment.
Educating girl child
In association with the Mahatma Gandhi School, we have adopted five girl students, sponsoring their education. This is the first step in helping empower them, rewriting their stories, and aiding their journey to financial independence.
Creating Impact, Transforming Lives
We are committed to making a positive impact through green initiatives, community upliftment, sustainability efforts, volunteering, and more.
Reduction in paper usage by moving to paperless, electronic document management.
Reduction in e-waste through partnerships with organizations reusing and recycling hardware.
Installation of sensors and central monitoring systems for office lighting.
Planned reduction in building energy usage through smart technology implementation.
Planned waste reduction through recycling and composting
Planned reduction in building energy consumption through smart technology implementation
Other CSR Engagements
In December 2021, we invited MoyoFam to make little wishes come true and gift underprivileged children something special from their wishlist for Christmas.
We collaborated with Seva Sahayog Foundation in December 2020, sponsoring gifts and certificates of appreciation for 500 frontline healthcare workers to thank them for their incredible and relentless efforts during the pandemic.
We attended and supported a virtual exhibition showcasing handmade products made by children with disabilities, organized by Bal Kalyan Sanstha, Pune, India.
In August 2021, we made monetary donations to assist relief operations in Sainik Takli, a flood-affected area in Kolhapur, Maharashtra, India, to counter the acute shortage of supplies.
In August 2022, we visited Snehwan to celebrate India’s 75th Independence Day with underprivileged children. Snehwan is a home to over 180 children and provides them with food, shelter, and education.