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  • BAL MELA for children Jan 28, 2017

    As part of its EFCS (Employee First Customer Second) philosophy and an endeavor to work for the betterment of supply chain community, HCL Foundation organized the ‘BAL MELA’- an annual cultural event institutionalized to support staff and their families & children, in Chennai on October 8th and in Noida on 28th January 2017. The support staff included security personnel, transport staff, housekeeping staff, cafeteria personnel and other third party paid staff. The one-day cultural event was organized to provide an opportunity for the support staff to let their hair down for a day and to showcase their artistic and creative abilities and to interact with HCLites. It was a day of fun, games and treats for the support staff being organized annually as they play an important role in ensuring that HCLites work in a safe and supportive environment. They are a key part of the fabric that make up the workplace and support employees in doing work in the best possible manner, every day, all year long.

  • Cancer Awareness Walk Jan 08, 2017

    Community Champions from HCL Kolkata participated in a Cancer awareness event organised by We Can Cancer Cannot, a Cancer Awareness Society on 8th Jan 2017. The event started with the gathering of students from different schools, enthusiastic common people and volunteers at Harish Mukherjee Park. Participants donned caps and balloons of different colours each representing a different kind of cancer. The 2-km walk started with students displaying placards containing slogans and different awareness facts about cancer and finished at Mohar Kunj where the participants pledged to take care of one’s own as well as the family’s health, to go for regular check-ups and most importantly, to be together in this fight against cancer. The event also had cancer survivors and doctors who were welcomed to the stage with huge cheers. The balloons were then released at one go to make for a spectacular sight. The students then played with colours and the stage was set for a musical cultural event. The event finally ended with a hope that together we can beat this disease because together. HCL Kolkata also made a monetary donation to the cause.

  • Cancer Awareness Walk Jan 08, 2017

    Community Champions from HCL Kolkata participated in a Cancer awareness event organised by We Can Cancer Cannot, a Cancer Awareness Society on 8th Jan 2017. The event started with the gathering of students from different schools, enthusiastic common people and volunteers at Harish Mukherjee Park. Participants donned caps and balloons of different colours each representing a different kind of cancer. The 2-km walk started with students displaying placards containing slogans and different awareness facts about cancer and finished at Mohar Kunj where the participants pledged to take care of one’s own as well as the family’s health, to go for regular check-ups and most importantly, to be together in this fight against cancer. The event also had cancer survivors and doctors who were welcomed to the stage with huge cheers. The balloons were then released at one go to make for a spectacular sight. The students then played with colours and the stage was set for a musical cultural event. The event finally ended with a hope that together we can beat this disease because together. HCL Kolkata also made a monetary donation to the cause.

  • IHHL Dedication Program & Launch of Mission Clean Madurai (UC) Jan 06, 2017

    HCL Foundation, WASHi and Madurai Corporation, entered into Memorandum of Understanding to jointly implement the provision of Individual House-hold Toilets (IHHLs) under Public-Private-Partnership mode in Madurai. A program was organized to mark the official dedication and handing over of the toilets to the beneficiaries in 4 wards at Vandiyur Bus-stand in Madurai on 6th January. With the support of HCL Foundation, the project is planned to provide an integrated solution to Sanitation and Hygiene problems in Madurai City under ‘Swachh Bharat Mission’. The project uses community led ‘Total Sanitation’ approach wherein behavioural change is the key aspect. WASH Institute will also work in coordination with Madurai Corporation to create awareness among the target communities for household sanitation and to facilitate the families to construct and use sanitary household toilet, thereby creating an open defecation-free Madurai. HCL Foundation handed over 50 toilets constructed in 4 wards. The second phase is in the pipeline with 50 more toilets to be constructed in 3 additional wards namely 56, 58, 60. As part of the initiative, HCL volunteers in Madurai also kick started the “Maasilla Madurai Campaign” (Mission Clean Madurai) on the occasion. The campaign comprises a series of activities, seminars, workshops, street theatre, talks, and other programs to empower the community to achieve the mission.

  • New HCL Gurukul inaugurated Jun 01, 2016

    A new HCL Gurukul was set up in Narayanapura in Bangalore in June. Community Champions supported the Foundation in setting up the new center by painting the walls, setting up the computers, installing software and a fully-stocked library, along with the NGO representatives and school students. The new center will benefit 280 students from Class 8 to 10.

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