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For over two-and-a-half decades, MIL has contributed to the holistic development of underprivileged communities. Through our initiatives, we have been able to reconcile the interests of People and the planet. The foundation touches 12,456 people from 18 villages across seven states in India.
Our endeavour is to enable and empower the underprivileged section of the society and help them live with dignity and happiness. For UNO MINDA, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is an integral part of the Group’s larger business strategy. And as a flagship company and a responsible industry member, it is fundamental to our goal as well. We continuously strive to improve the lives of the people around us with our meaningful intervention. We focus on vocational training, school development and other employability development programmes.
We have various CSR activities which specifically fall under the broad umbrella of four categories: Education, Skill Development, Health Care and Community Development. Through our activities under these broad heads, we desire and pledge to encourage and inspire the community. We use a strategic approach of involving and engaging people to help them evolve. The idea is to develop the competency of the deprived communities through capacity building, education and other community volunteering programmes leading towards sustainable development.
Our Group is engaged in supporting various social and charitable causes. We have different programmes run under the aegis of Suman Nirmal Minda Charitable Trust (SNMCT).
SNMCT through Samarth-Jyoti, is running centres at various locations including Manesar, Gurugram, Bawal (Haryana), Mahesana (Gujarat), Pune (Maharashtra) and Udham Singh Nagar (Uttrakhand), Hosur and Chennai (Tamil Nadu).
These centres run various community-centric programmes, including remedial programmes (coaching classes) for Government school students, pre-Primary education and vocational training courses like IT literacy, cutting and tailoring, beauty culture, and embroidery programmes for underprivileged children, adolescents and women in need.