To ensure sustainable and equitable growth, it is necessary for the industry to engage in constructive partnerships with civil society organisations, partnerships that will result in project implementations and impact oriented actions. Over the years, we have forged strong associations with NGOs working in different fields.
Our NGO Partners:
Since 2008, the Bank has partnered with the Centre for Enviromental Research & Education (CERE) as part of its Hum aur Hariyali campaign. CERE has helped us grow our environmental stewardship program, facilitated the Solar ATM program, and is responsible for our annual carbon footprint assessment, amongst other activities.
Based in Guwahati and has been fostering conservation of biodiversity in Northeast India through research, environmental education, capacity building and advocacy for legal and policy reform to usher a new era of ecological security.
Based out of Bangalore, it helps empower visually impaired, disabled and underprivileged children.
Nalandaway Foundation, based in Chennai, works with children from the poorest districts in India, helping them raise their voices and issues through theatre, visual arts, music, dance, radio and films.
SUPPORT, based in Mumbai is one of the very few NGOs running long-term residential De-addiction & Rehabilitation Centres to address the needs of drug-using street children and youth. The Bank has had a long-standing partnership with SUPPORT.
HelpAge Works with the disadvantaged elderly and operates in 23 states providing medical services, poverty alleviation and income generation schemes for the elderly.
Prayas works in the most backward areas of Gujarat and MF, mainly for single women and women from socio-economic backward families.