CSR Initiatives


Vadodara District

Sanitation Project

Cleanliness in the community is just as important as cleanliness for individuals and families. Poor sanitation causes a great deal of unnecessary sickness and death. Poverty and lack of access to toilet facilities often make it difficult for people to improve sanitation. Using toilets protects the health of the whole community. It also provides safety, privacy, comfort and respect to women and children. With this aim, the Alembic CSR Foundation decided to construct household toilets for 100 households of Krishnapura and Sardarawas communities of Sindhrot area giving both these communities the status of “open defecation free” communities!

 

Adoption of Fatehsinh Arya Anath Ashram, Karelibaug

The Alembic CSR Foundation with a vision to provide opportunities to children with single parents, orphans and destitute has adopted an orphanage in Vadodara - Fatehsinh Arya Anath Ashram, a shelter home run by a private trust.

Our area of involvement will include providing basic infrastructure facilities, recruiting teachers and counselors. We will provide special input for curricular and co curricular activities thus focusing on their overall development, and both psychological and physical well being.

 

Beggars Home

Institutions have been set-up by the state government for implementation of the provision of The Prevention Of Begging Act, 1959 within municipal corporation limits of larger towns of the state for rehabilitating beggars. The beneficiaries include persons with disability, social disturbance, missing, economically and mentally challenged people all above 18 years.

The foundation aims at creating good infrastructure facilities in the premises. The foundation aims at providing clean and hygienic environment. It also aims to provide programs such that individuals learn to be independent and have good self confidence.

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