By 2030, the Avaada Foundation, the charitable arm of the Avaada Group, hopes to positively impact 1 million lives across all 11 states where it conducts business through various initiatives focused on the three E’s: education, empowerment, and environment. With a vision and objective to bring about the urgently required transformation, the FoundationFoundation has already assisted more than 2 lakh individuals around India through various CSR initiatives, along with health and rural electrification.
The Avaada Group firmly supports community involvement, and the Avaada Foundation is committed to a transformational vision of improving people’s lives. The 3 E’s are designed to address issues that the underprivileged groups in society must face. According to Bhuta Rin, we have an obligation to repay our ancestors, the environment, plants, and animals for the resources we have taken from them since the moment we were born. Therefore, it’s time to start interacting with those around us to truly impact many people’s lives. Vineet Mittal, Chairperson of the Avaada Group, says, “With our incomparable spirit, we continuously endeavour to support millions of people through our social initiatives and solutions.”
Corporate entities need to have a moral obligation to contribute back to society, and we are reaffirming our commitment to doing so during the current Daan Utsav. Our efforts in education, health, the environment, and electricity reflect our determination to be a key player in India’s transformation, continued Mittal.
The Foundation has benefited the environment to make the world a resilient place to live through its Community Development Certificate (CDC) and Grow Forest Mechanism. Avaada is the culmination of operating firms inspired by more significant aims (GFM). In line with the SDGs, we have begun various humanitarian projects to empower women, ensuring that rural residents have access to first-rate healthcare, education, and environmental protection.
Over 35,000 lives have been changed by the educational endeavours of the Avaada Foundation, which included building classrooms, drinking water facilities, scientific labs, and other amenities, in addition to ensuring that schools had access to power. The organisation also prioritises the provision of healthcare services, and it has helped over 70,000 lives through its health camps in Rajasthan and Maharashtra.
Through its Nav Kiran Stitching Centres in Umarda (Rajasthan) and Chhatai (Uttar Pradesh), as well as its Nav Kiran Digital Centre, the Avaada Foundation has helped over 20,000 people gain skills and support for their livelihoods. The rural electrification programme of the Avaada Foundation is dedicated to bringing energy to the nation’s distant regions. Avaada Foundation built two 25KW solar photovoltaic plants in Jayapur, Uttar Pradesh, to meet the village’s energy needs. This electricity operation has benefited 634 households or about 3100 individuals.
Avaada Foundation started a tree planting campaign in Pavagada, Karnataka, as well as Badaun and Bikaner to conserve the environment, and to date, over 65,000 seedlings have been planted. Giving back to society, the country, and mother nature is at the heart of the Avaada group’s ethos. The organisation continually draws wisdom and expertise from Indian tradition. The Foundation adheres to these principles all year long.