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Creating an inclusive society for a sustainable future

As a financial services group focussed on financial inclusion, Wadhawan Global Capital is committed to giving back to the community. In our view, business and community goals are inseparable. Our actions and initiatives have a direct impact on both. Whether it’s building a home, acquiring quality education, accessing safe drinking water, or developing vocational skills, our CSR efforts are dedicated to empowering the weakest in society.

Our founder, Late Shri Rajesh Kumar Wadhawan established this firm with two fundamental beliefs - hope and empowerment. While these beliefs continue to guide our operations, they also extend to our CSR endeavors to empower a more inclusive society.

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Our CSR work is aimed at promoting education and creating livelihood opportunities among the marginalised to change their lives. We support innovative initiatives that have the potential to improve lives across vast sections of society and make a real, tangible impact.

Across our businesses, our CSR efforts are focussed on four strategic areas:

While WGC is the guiding force behind our CSR programs, group subsidiaries autonomously commit and conduct projects at the grassroots level. We encourage a CSR-driven synergy within our group companies, partners and society at large. While we set the purpose, people across our businesses, independently engage in local social causes that make an impact.

  • Rs. 8 lakh contributed to D. R. Medium School Solapur for scholarships to needy students in 2015-2016.
  • Rs. 42.65 lakh contributed to buy audio-visual equipment and help transport students to over 60 ConnectEd Classrooms over 2015.
  • Long standing commitment to maintain Cuffe Parade Residents Association garden.
  • Long standing association with BRISC CARR to support vocational training for over 500 underprivileged youth in New Delhi, Chennai, Vadalur, Pune and Kalasapakkam.
  • Rs. 4 lakh contributed to WCCL (World Center for Creative Learning) foundation for subsidizing training courses for arts-based therapy (ABT) designed to address body-mind complexities.
  • Rs. 20 lakh contributed to the Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund for Jammu & Kashmir in 2014.

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