IndiaShelter focuses on initiatives which support the underprivileged sections of the society in becoming self-reliant and productive citizens of the country. The company believes that it has a commitment towards its stakeholders i.e. employees, customers and the community which it thrives in. That’s why every year; a portion of its earned profits is used for the upliftment of the weaker sections of the society. We believe that absence of social responsibility compromises with the company’s identity. It is a pivotal stance for us to work for the society.
We have a CSR policy which lays down the action plan for defining how CSR is to be implemented and is in compliance with the Schedule VII of the Companies Act, 2013. The key thrust areas that we currently are focusing on are livelihood enhancement and empowerment programs for women and promoting education among children of financially weaker communities.
They aim to teach children and teachers in government schools better usage of English. IndiaShelter pledged to assist Shlok Missionaries in every possible way in their endeavors and this strategic partnership between us is gradually helping in realizing the dream Shlok Missionaries has seen.
Seva Mandir puts an all-round effort and runs programs on governance, health, education, sustainable use of natural resources, women’s empowerment, youth development, child care and social enterprise. What is distinctive about Seva Mandir is that it does not just deliver aid, but instead uses every development project as a way to build stronger communities. Indiashelter has collaborated with Seva Mandir to help in amplifying the efforts that they are putting for educating thousands of first generation learners, enrolling equal number of girls and all in all transforming the demand for quality education among families for the most disadvantaged group.
It is the only not for profit in India that works on all aspects to enable best standards of treatment care and support services for children with cancer (age 0-21) and their families from moment of diagnosis through treatment and after into survivorship on the one hand and palliative care, terminal and bereavement support on the other.
The vision is to ensure children with cancer enjoy the highest attainable standard of health care. CanKids also believes all cancer children deserve a chance to be happy and to celebrate life - to study, play, live as a family and be healed.
Indiashelter feels proud in extending a helping hand to CanKids in achieving the aim of having the best international survival rate (75-90%) for cancer children in India through support in the medical, emotional, educational, awareness and research fields.
Each batch was trained for 45 days in Retail Sales. The training involved various creative techniques in both classroom as well as practical sessions. Classroom sessions imbued in them the theoretical knowledge of product and finance. Practical sessions involved role plays and soft skill sessions. All enrolled girls were trained. 70% of them were placed in various sectors in different companies holding respectable positions and independently earning their livelihood which was the end objective of the program.