corporate social responsibility

 Annual Action Plan for 2023-24

FROM CEO’S DESK

At Oswal, we believe in taking our corporate social responsibilities beyond the mandates and are committed to give back to society, recognizing how much well we owe it. We actively look for opportunities to help and support the needy and the under served in various areas of human life: education, healthcare, culture, spirituality and more.

Oswal and Aruna Abhey Oswal Trust have joined hands with a view to assist in medical services by contributing and taking initiatives in health-care sector under their project .

ABOUT ARUNA ABHEY OSWAL TRUST

Set up by Mr and Mrs Abhey Oswal backed by a heartfelt desire to serve the society, especially the underprivileged.

Vision

The trust pledges to work selflessly towards supporting humanity with its philanthropic philosophy of “NURTURING LIVES”.

Mission

The mission of the trust is to work for the cause and care of the underprivileged sections of the society, thereby nurturing and improving the quality of their lives. The trust desires to contribute towards the economic and living conditions of the poor by improving the accessibility and utilization of much needed social service.

Our mission is to empower rather than just improve lives. We advocate selfless non profit services for education, providing shelter to the homeless, women empowerment, medical assistance, generation of employment and overall development of the underprivileged.

We believe in transformation towards growth, independence and a fulfilling life.

Partnerships

Aruna Abhey Oswal Trust has had a beautiful and a very productive partnership with Lions Clubs International Foundation since 2005, wherein four speciality Eye Care Centres were launched in Bangalore, Siliguri, Ludhiana, Baroda and Godhra.

The Trust has again joined hands with The Lions Clubs International Foundation for the Mobile Medical Vans Project with the vision to deliver free diagnostic & primary healthcare services to the poor and needy with utmost dedication and economy. A dedicated team of doctors, technicians, pharmacists and nurses have been working tirelessly to fulfil the aim of the project.

PDG lion Aruna Oswal along with Chairperson Barry Palmer of LCIF have been personally involved in the launch of these Mobile Medical Vans.

Under the pilot project of this formidable partnership Mobile Medical Vans were delivered which would be used in and around the rural and semi rural areas of Ludhiana, Faridkot, Cuttack, Baroda, Godhra and Mumbai.

This initiative will provide basic diagnostic, preventive and treatment services to some of the world’s poorest people, free of cost. The trust has designed an intelligent programme to target isolated areas across rural populations in India, South Asia, Africa, Middle East (ISAAME) countries.

S. No.

Financial Year

Amount Contributed towards CSR

1.

2022-2023

Rs. 1,80,00,000

 

Annual Action Plan for 2022-23