Corporate Social Responsibility
Our focus has always been to contribute to the sustainable development of the society and environment, and make our planet a better place for future generations. We embrace the spirit of responsibility for our actions and encourage a positive impact which will enhance the quality of life and well-being of communities through our activities on health, poverty, malnutrition, education and environment.
Indian Red Cross Society
The Indian Red Cross Society is a voluntary humanitarian organisation working to protect human life and health, to ensure respect for all human beings, prevent and alleviate human suffering and provide relief in times of disasters and emergencies Established in 1920, Indian Red Cross Society is a leading member of the largest independent humanitarian network around the world, the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement.
The mission of the Indian Red Cross is to inspire, encourage and initiate all forms of humanitarian activities so that human suffering can be minimised and even prevented, and thus contribute to creating a more congenial atmosphere for peace.
The Modernites Trust
Established in 1983 by Modern School Old Students’ Association (MSOSA), an alumni association of Modern School, Barakhamba Road, New Delhi, the Modernites Trust is engaged in a number of cultural and sporting activities to raise funds for supporting various philanthropic and charitable causes. The Modernites Trust has contributed to national causes such as the Kargil War Relief in 1999, Gujarat Earthquake in 2000 and Tsunami relief effort in 2004.
The most important and prominent activity the Trust supports is the Scholarship Programme under which free education in Modern School is provided to meritorious and needy students from the under-privileged sections of society.Since its inception, there have been over 78 beneficiaries. Currently, 29 students are studying in Modern School, Barakhamba Road under this programme.
Other objectives of the Modernites Trust include promotion of education, literature, science and fine arts; aiding an institution or person for research in Indology and Indian cultural studies; providing medical relief to the poor and needy and giving financial help by way of stipend, aid, loans or grants to any person, society, trust, institution, organisation or authority for the relief, educational or medical, of the poor and socially vulnerable.
Tamana is a non-profit voluntary organisation created with the purpose of helping the cause of the cognitively impaired, the intellectually challenged and the autistic. To provide for the welfare and rehabilitation of children born without normal faculties, Tamana offers an individual educational programme for every student, aimed at social and economic independence, which incorporates special education, regular academic programme, therapeutic interventions and vocational training.
Recognised by the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Government of India, Tamana works towards holistic development of the specially abled individuals so that they are able to live an independent and meaningful life. Tamana’s contribution in the field of disability was recognised by the United Nations, which granted it Special Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). The organisation received the National Award for Child welfare in 2006 by the Ministry of Women and Child Development, Government of India.