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Hyundai announces social welfare CSR initiatives

Hyundai announces social welfare CSR initiatives

Hyundai announces social welfare CSR initiatives

Hyundai announces social welfare CSR initiatives – The country’s first smart mobility solutions provider Hyundai Motor India Ltd and the largest exporter since inception today announced to continue the Independence Day Celebrations with the commencement of COVID-19 CSR 2.0 Program under ‘Hyundai Cares’ campaign. In its 2 nd phase during August-December 2020, Hyundai’s philanthropic efforts will specialize in 3 key activities – Health, Education, and Clean India for Happy lifetime of Indian Citizens.

The MD & CEO, Hyundai Motor India Ltd, Mr. Kim regarding the caring brand, Hyundai has skilled the pandemic with various meaningful social initiatives and CSR to lent support to the Indian Government in its resilient fight against COVID-19 with their Global Vision of ‘Progress for Humanity’ and building further on the strength of our phase 1 activities, we are under the second phase of Hyundai Cares 2.0 initiatives and Our efforts have taken subsequent dimension to specialize in Health, Education and Clean India for strengthening the society to measure within the new normal ecosystem for a cheerful Life.”

“Every Independence Day brings celebrations alongside a special social message for its fellow citizens. To commemorate the occasion, our CSR initiatives under Hyundai Cares 2.0 will continue till December 2020 focusing the important touchpoints of the society to assist overcome pandemic while building a robust nation.”, he further added.

Over the last 20 years, Hyundai has fostered a robust emotional connection with India and demonstrated admiration and respect for the country’s traditions through its initiatives. During phase 2 of Hyundai Cares, Hyundai will support India’s indigenous fabric ‘Khadi’ and drive sanitization campaign in Districts/Tehsils for a secure and healthy surrounding for citizens of India. Also, as education may be a pathway to success, Hyundai has pledged to support the youngsters of COVID warriors by distributing devices loaded with academic curriculum to keep-up with their on-going school term.

‘Khadi’ may be handwoven and hand-spun cotton and brings an excellent history of uniting India during its freedom struggle. Over the decades, Khadi has provided self-employment opportunities to several citizens of India and empowered them to become self-sustained. supported the rich Indian history of being the foremost loved fabric of India, on this Independence Day Hyundai procured Khadi Masks to support the self-reliant individuals and proudly make them a neighborhood of India’s fight against the continuing pandemic.

The Hyundai Cares 2.0 CSR initiatives are going to be undertaken under three key Projects.

Project – ‘Rakshak’ (Starting August 18, 2020)

Under the project ‘Rakshak’, approximately 30 000 Made-in-India Khadi Masks are going to be handed over to the Gujarat & Maharashtra state governments for creating a secure and Healthy Environment.

Project – ‘Shikshak’ (Starting September 2020)

Under this project, 1 000 Tablets loaded with 2 years of academic course curriculum are going to be distributed to the youngsters of COVID Warriors from the lower-income groups. This initiative may be a token of gratitude for his or her relentless efforts within the nation’s fight against the pandemic.

Project – ‘Grameen Sanitisation’ (Starting September 2020)

A unique sanitization drive is going to be undertaken to disinfect 292 Districts/ Tehsils across India. A mobile van will sanitize public spaces in these areas using the Ministry of Health approved disinfectants ensuring a secure ecosystem, Hyundai being a socially responsible brand and lifelong partner of its stakeholders.

Earlier this year, to combat the challenging environment thanks to COVID-19, Hyundai Motor India Foundation announced Hyundai Cares initiatives aimed toward promoting the security and welfare of its customers, employees, dealer, and vendor partners.

  • HMIL initiatives during Phase-I of tackling COVID-19 pandemic
  • Rs 7 Crore donation to PM CARES fund
  • Tamil Nadu Chief Ministers Relief Fund with Five Crore
  • Diagnostic Kits worth Rs 4 Crore
  • Distribution of PPE Kits, Masks (3-Ply & N-95), Sanitizers, and Dry Rations worth quite Rs 9 Crore.
  • Strategic Partnership with Air Liquide Medical Systems to reinforce production and provide ventilators
  • Distribution of dry ration and private Protective Equipment to the government of Delhi, Maharashtra, Haryana, and Tamil Nadu
  • Donation of incinerators to five government hospitals in Tamil Nadu

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