#HCLGrant Recipient 2017, Child in Need Institute @CINI with support from #HCLGrant aims to create a community based safety-net for better health & nutrition outcomes for children, adolescents, and women of West Bengal. One of the objectives of HCL Grant is to award financial Grant to #innovative, #replicable, #scalable, #sustainable & time-bound project, proposed by #NGOs which are…
Madurai tops the National chart on Anemia. Out of 10,291 screened, 52% of the adolescents were at risk of anemia. Following HCL Foundation’s intervention, 5534 students kept under follow up – with Nutrition supplements. The Hb levels of 811 students increased from < 9 gm/dl to 10.9 gm/dl. Hb level of 485 students increased from < 9 gm/dl to 11.9 gm/dl
HCL Campus, Noida
HCL Foundation (HCLF), the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) arm of HCL Technologies announced the recipients of the fifth edition of HCL Grant in the presence of Padma Bhushan, Mr. Kapil Dev, a legend in the global world of cricket and former captain of the Indian Cricket team. HCL Grant is one of the biggest and most coveted institutionalized CSR grants in India that aims to recognize the rise of the Fifth Estate - the Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) - and support their breakthrough projects reaching out to the rural communities in the country. The winners of HCL Grant 2020 were felicitated at an award ceremony at the HCL Technologies’ campus in Noida. The ceremony was graced by Mr. Shiv Nadar, Founder & Chairman, HCL, Ms Roshni Nadar Malhotra, Vice Chairperson of HCL Technologies and the Chairperson of its CSR committee, and Mr. Prateek Aggarwal, Chief Financial Officer, HCL Technologies along with senior dignitaries, bureaucrats, NGO-partners and the HCL leadership.