As corporate organization, MNGL is always a step ahead to take responsibility for welfare and sustainable development of community at large. MNGL have been doing philanthropic activities from many years, until CSR law came into force. MNGL is actively working for the welfare of society for through CSR, MNGL is reaching to underprivileged and marginalized section of the society.
In the FY 2020-2021, MNGL implemented CSR projects in the field of Health, Education, Community Development, environment etc. During COVID-19 times also, MNGL has immensely contributed for the society by distributing mask, sanitizers, immunity kits to COVID warriors who were working 24*7. MNGL implements its CSR activities through implementation partner or through contribution for funding of equipment to govt hospital, school, special students’ schools or institutions etc.
During the year, from Feb and March, our country suffered from the worst pandemic ever. The whole world was fighting against COVID-19, impacting more than hundred countries with millions of individuals. There were lockdown imposed to help cure the spread of deadly diseases due to which activities, people / community gatherings, schools, intuitions etc. got closed down.
As a responsible organization, MNGL is always step ahead in taking care of its society and environment as a whole, considering the same, under its CSR activities MNGL contributed Rs 2cr to PM Cares Fund, distributed sanitizers, mask to COVID-19 warriors who were working 24* 7 to save our country, like auto rickshaw drivers, police officials, local administration, traffic police etc. According to AYUSH Ministry and ICMR aTulsi giloy and ashwagandha are advised to boost immunity and are useful to avoid upper respiratory tract infection, so as a immunity booster MNGL distributed immunity kits to auto rickshaw drivers, unions and all our COVID-19 warrior. MNGL also distributed food packets to migrants travelling from pune to different stations through Shramik special.
India is a country with billions of people, but less than a half are be able to read and write. With increasing level of poverty, majority of the children specially girls are not able to go to school or gets dropped out. In future, these children get engaged in different kind of addiction like alcohol, drugs, gaming etc.
Due to COVID-19 situation, the schools have been closed down, considering the current situation, MNGL implemented Health care and Education programme for Adolescent students of communities of Pune with an objective to create awareness about topics related to adolescence and bring positive change in their behavior through STEP UP FOUNDATION as an implementation partner.
MNGL is proactively addressing the issue of health, by conducting health camps & OPDs for the people residing in slum areas of Kothrud, Karvenagar, Warje, Paud Road and Sinhagad Road under ‘Arogyavardhan’ project implemented by Seva Arogya Foundation, so that people staying at marginalized areas are not deprived of basic needs
MNGL has expanded its GA to Nashik also, so this year, MNGL conducted health checkup camps for Auto Rickshaw drivers at Nashik, through ZHEP Bahuddeshiya Samajik Vikas so that no one is deprived of basic health care. All the health checkups were been done like ECG, Blood Sugar, Hemoglobin, physical consultation, etc.
Community Development is one the important aspect in the development of society. It is observed that, in slums there is lack of financial wellbeing, health issues, education issue. Overall development including education, cultural development, health care development is being taken care by Surajya Sarvangin Vikas Prakalp, Swanand Jankalyan Pratishthan and Tapasya at different location of Pune respectively as implementing partner.
Surajya Sarvangin Vikas Prakalp Conducts ‘Abhyas warg’ (daily study center) for students residing in slum areas near Yerawada. Along with study centers, cultural and moral development of the students are also taken care of. Under CSR activities of MNGL, they conducts personality development classes, science exhibition, tutorial classes, activity classes for the students staying at slum areas.
Swanand Jankalyan Pratishthan works in the field of education, health, women empowerment etc. in slums of Pune city particularly in Sinhagad, Warje & Kothrud area. The aim is an overall development of children and residents living in slum area. Presently 30 ‘Samruddhi Varg’ (Cultural development centres) for the children belonging to age group of 3yrs to 12yrs and are regularly being conducted on Singhad Road and Kothrud area.
Tapasya has been working in the space of policy implementation related to health, education in Maharashtra since 2017. They conduct capacity building and have helplines platforms, supporting eligible families in achieving the same. Under CSR activity of MNGL, they conducted three programs in Sinha gad Road, Pune namely Project Shiksha Ki Aur, Project Aai and Project Asha, which was teaching students with basic writing and learning skills of mathematics and english, supporting pregnant mothers with health beneficiates through counselling and providing iron supplements and making beneficiaries aware of the basic government policies related to health, education, skill development, respectively.
India is today one of the youngest nations in the world with more than 62% of the population in the working age group (15-59 years), and more than 54% of the total population below 25 years of age. Skills and knowledge development are the driving forces behind the financial growth and community development of any country. Skill building is a powerful tool to empower individuals and improve their social acceptance. Considering the same, MNGL has taken initiative of skill development activities through Suryadutta Education Foundation and Ved Vasudev Prathisthan.
Under CSR activities of MNGL, Suryadutta conducted skill development training for the youth population of Nashik, Pune, Sindhudurg, Dhule and Ramanagar.
Under CSR activities of MNGL, they are conducting skill development activities for 10 household domestic women and men, in katraj area, Pune. The beneficiaries are making cosmetic products such as soaps, shampoos, consumables such dhoop stick, agarbatti, Fertilizers like bio compost, jeevamrut and Creative items such Diwali Diya/ Ganpati idol/ Art items etc from the cow dungs.
Vananchal Samruddhi Abhyan Foundation, known as VASA is a non-profit organization in Nashik working for the rights of tribal community by making them aware of the basic rights and policies and building their capacities on the same. The NGO is working on the following basic things for tribal people like Providing employment to the unemployed youths by doing Gram Rojgar, Identification of forest-based resources and establishing linkages of such kendras with local haat bazar and Awareness about Community Forest Rights in communities living in near the forest lands
2. Contribution for funding of Equipment:
Sassoon Hospital: Contributed for purchase of surgical gloves to Sassoon Hospital. It is a Government Hospital which provides free and low-cost treatment to underprivileged patients.
Bharatiya Sanskriti Darshan Trust (BSDT) : Contributed for purchasing anesthesia machine with auto sampler to the institution. Bharatiya Sanskriti Darshan Trust (BSDT) is a public charitable trust, Till date, institution have treated more than 12,000 cancer patients suffering from various types of cancer at various stages with surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy along with complimentary Ayurvedic treatment.
The Society for The Welfare of The Differently Abled Persons (Physically Handicapped), Education and Research Centre is the first institution established in 1956, with an aim to rehabilitate the orthopedically Children of India. All Children at SWPH & RC are given educational and prevocational training to develop their inter and intrapersonal skills. The institute provides primary schooling up to 7th standard within the campus and students of Class 8th to 10th are sent to normal school. The institute accommodates 175 boys and 75 girls in the campus. Under CSR activities of MNGL, MNGL has contributed for the funding of vestibulator to the institution which will help in the physiotherapy sessions of the special students.
Bharatiya Samaj Seva Kendra offers care and protection to vulnerable orphan, and destitute children. The main goal is to provide these children permanent, stable and secure homes. Under CSR activities of MNGL, MNGL has contributed a vehicle for transportation, so that they don’t face any hurdle while taking small children, infants to the hospitals and other places.
Sai Seva is special students’ school, with 25 special students staying in the campus. The school lacks basic amenities and infrastructure like cupboards, washing machine, chairs, benches etc. MNGL has contributed benches, cupboards, speakers, computers etc to the school.