We feel business prosperity is sustainable by sharing with the needy and giving hope to people who often feel they don’t have the right to be hopeful.
MMF transforms lives of children with Cerebral Palsy by making them self-dependent.
Priyanka Indalkar, financially assisted by MMF, now runs a stationery shop
In FY17, we spent a total of ₹ 4.33 Cr towards CSR activities as against ₹ 3.17 Cr in FY16.
While we are committed to creating value, we are also dedicated to making a difference in communities of the people we live and work with. Mukul Madhav Foundation (MMF) is our CSR partner led by Mrs. Ritu P. Chhabria. The foundation works diligently in the areas of healthcare, education, community welfare and water conservation. MMF undertakes a comprehensive perspective planning to ensure the effectiveness of the activities. MMF’s relentless efforts have been recognised and rewarded on a regular basis. This year, MMF was awarded the BT-CSR Excellence Award for its project – Working for Children with Cerebral Palsy in Satara. It also won the Water Company of the Year by The National CSR Leadership Congress & Awards for exemplary work in the area of water schemes in rural Maharashtra.
We have tremendous regard for the protection of the environment and ensure that all our plants adopt best manufacturing practices. Our Ratnagiri plant has received the Certificate of Merit – Believers Category by Frost and Sullivan's Green Manufacturing Excellence Award.
Certification received by the Ratnagiri plant for its stringent adherence to international environmental standards
Achieved at the Ratnagiri plant
Cubic meters of water bodies (two lakes) managed by the Company
MMF focusses on providing financial assistance to patients, organises healthcare camps and supports medical institutions. MMF is associated with several hospitals like K.E.M., Ruby Hall Clinic, Sassoon General Hospital, Parkar Hospital, Bharati Vidyapeeth Dental College and Hospital and H V Desai Eye Hospital among others. Cerebral palsy is one of the key intervention areas in healthcare. MMF organises monthly camps, sponsors surgeries, donates wheelchairs and commodes, and provides rehabilitation through its four centres.
Children were provided with free cataract operations
Children treated at 10 Pediatric cardiac camps in association with Healing Little Hearts, a registered charity in the UK at Ruby Hall Clinic, Pune. Financial assistance was provided to patients at 11 hospitals across the country.
Upgraded the existing Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) facility and helped set up a 59-bedded state-of-the-art Neonatal facility at Sassoon General Hospital, Pune. It is first of its kind in a Government Hospital in Maharashtra, which provides superior healthcare to sick neonates free of cost.
326 women in Ratnagiri and 160 in Pune benefited from subsidised mammography and colposcopy tests along with the provision for free consultation.
Organised monthly camps across various locations in Satara to screen children suffering from Cerebral Palsy. All these 507 children have been adopted.
The newly inaugurated NICU facility at Sassoon Hospital, Pune sponsored by FIL
MMF is associated with several social welfare institutions and assists them financially and donating necessary items. It has three skill development centres where tailoring and computer training are provided at subsidised rates. Various fund raisers and donation programmes are also organised to collect funds.
A fundraiser programme with Ustad Zakir Hussain
Given to 15 social institutions for monthly grocery expenses, sweaters, clothes and furniture.
To upgrade Pune Police Hospital with medical equipment and distribution of helmets and face masks to the Pune police force.
Raised at the third fundraising event for supporting cochlear implants, heart surgeries and other existing projects.
MMF through Mukul Madhav Vidyalaya (MMV) provides quality education to children in Golap village, Maharashtra. MMV focusses on the holistic development of children through its modern education programme, and gives importance to extra-curricular activities such as German language, karate, music classes, computer literacy, etc. The concept of e-learning through tablet devices (100 nos.) was promoted by MMF in association with Poona North Rotary Charitable Trust. MMF also sponsors the education of several children and extends support to other schools.
Spent towards providing scholarships to children and bearing fellowship expenses of resident doctors at KEM Hospital, Pune.
Teachers from schools in Mahabaleshwar, Panchgani, Masar and MMV were provided training to enhance their skills.
Spent on upgrading infrastructure of various Municipal and Zilla Parishad schools.
Kids from Mukul Madhav Vidyalaya