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DLF Foundation recognized for its best CSR practices by Haryana Govt

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Haryana Government recognizes DLF Foundation for its best CSR practices

DLF Foundation – The Haryana Government has acknowledged DLF Foundation, DLF Ltd.’s philanthropic arm, for its outstanding welfare activities. The DLF Foundation went above and above its commitment to serve the country by providing excellent humanitarian aid efforts in the aftermath of the pandemic. Hon’ble Shri. Mool Chand Sharma, Cabinet Minister for Transport, Government of Haryana, presented the award to the DLF Foundation at a felicitation event held at Tau Devi Lal Sports Complex in Gurugram. This is the second year in a row that DLF Foundation has received this honor. The award was accepted on behalf of the DLF Foundation by Ashwini Mishra, DGM. 
“In response to the unprecedented outbreak, the DLF Foundation has expanded its CSR footprint and deepened its involvement with sectors working to alleviate the suffering,” said the DLF Foundation. DLF Foundation CEO Gayatri Paul.

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CEO, DLF Foundation, stated in accepting the award. We remain steadfast in our commitment to assisting the marginalised in this period of uncertainty. We are grateful to the Government of Haryana for this distinction, and we will continue to work hard to make a difference in the fields of education, health, and social sustainability in the future.” 
Last year, the Foundation made significant contributions to development in various segments such as education, health, and social sustainability through CSR initiatives, and made significant efforts during the pandemic’s lethal second wave by establishing Covid care centers in Gurugram with fully functional 24-hour medical facilities. Three oxygen production plants, 300 oxygen concentrators, and oxygen cylinders service these centers. Over 64 lakh prepared meals were distributed by DLF COVID volunteers to daily wage earners and migrant workers across the Delhi NCR. It gave the Haryana government 10,000 oximeters and ventilators in exchange for a monetary donation of 5 crore rupees, and it administered vaccines to over 26,000 people through vaccination camps and drive-through vaccinations. The DLF Foundation has been a strong advocate for mental health. 

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