Honorable Donors

Honorable Donors of Apang Manav Mandal

RS. 21,00,000/- DONATION FOR AUDIO & SPEECH LANGUAGE

PATHOLOGY CENTRE BY

SMT. RAJBEN & SHRI BALDEVRAJ HANDA.

RS. 25,11,000/- DONATIONS FOR RESIDENTIAL HALL AT
BOY’S HOSTEL, MINI SCHOOL BUS AND RENOVATION
OF DINING HALL AT GIRL’S HOSTEL BY
SHRI SULOCHANABEN CHANDULAL DALAL & FAMILY.

GAIL sponsored School Van worth Rs. 11.93 Lac to Apang Manav Mandal

Apang Manav Mandal (AMM) is an NGO founded in the year 1959. AMM is one such organisation that is devoted to the cause of handicapped, looks after all their needs and requirements, tries to give their life purposeful and gradually makes them self- sufficient and live in the society with respect and pride. The aims are overall development of the child by imparting good values and to attention on education, health care and rehabilitation. For the same, we run several initiatives like Boy’s Hostel, Girl’s Hostel, Printing Press, Computer Education, Fashion Designing, Day Care Center, Physiotherapy Center, Camps and School Education. Students normally face physical problems while transporting from one place to another place especially for going to school.

So, in the noble cause of helping physical challenged students to transport, we received a helping hand from Gas Authority India Ltd. (GAIL), which donated a school van for the use of Mandal. The company is India’s flagship Natural Gas company, integrating all aspects of the Natural Gas value chain (including Exploration & Production, Processing, Transmission, Distribution and Marketing) and its related services. In a rapidly changing scenario, company is spearheading the move to a new era of clean fuel industrialisation, creating a quadrilateral of green energy corridors that connect major consumption centers in India with major gas fields, LNG terminals and other cross border gas sourcing points.

It is to be noted that Ms. Darshita Babubhai Shah Hon. Officer on Special Duty represented A.M.M. to GAIL (India) Ltd. as a Project Co-Ordinator.

Hi-Tech India Ltd.

Hi-Tech India Ltd. donated Hydrogenic Lift for Boy’s hostel.
MOTIF CHARITY WALK – 2010

Every year charity walk is arranged by Motif India Infotec Pvt. Ltd. and income realised from it, is distributed among the organisations doing social activities.

It is to be noted that Shri Darshitaben Shah Hon. Officer on Special Duty represented A.M.M. for the Walk. We got Rs. 5,70,628/- as donation through this Walk. We express our heartiest thanks to the donors and Managing Director Shri Kaushalbhai Mehta and their Associates for organising this event and including our Mandal as one of the beneficiaries this year.

Donors of Motif Charity Walk.
Sr. No. Name     Amount
1 Chiripal Lifestyle Ltd. 75,000/-
2 Motif India Infotec Pvt. Ltd. 66,877/-
3 Intas Biopharmaceuticals Ltd. 50,000/-
4 ICICI Bank Ltd. 50,000/-
5 Pentaloon Retail India Ltd. 50,000/-
6 Trident Creation Pvt. Ltd. 30,000/-
7 Savy Infrastructure Ltd. 25,000/-
8 Canara Bank 15,000/-
9 Shri Joytiben Parekh 15,000/-
10 Pest Control Enterprise 15,000/-
11 State Bank of India 15,000/-
12 Spectra Technovision (India) Pvt. Ltd. 15,000/-
13 New Arbuda Builders 15,000/-
14 Rubic Infotec 15,000/-
15 Vodafone Essar Shared Services Ltd. 15,000/-
16 Infiniti Retail Ltd. 15,000/-
17 Bank Of India 15,000/-
18 Supremo Fashion World Pvt. Ltd. 15,000/-
19 Sunij Pharma Pvt. Ltd. 10,000/-
20 Bank of Baroda 10,000/-
21 Vadilal Enterprise 10,000/-
22 V.I.P. Industries Ltd. 10,000/-
23 Quality BPO Services Pvt. Ltd. 10,000/-
24 Parul K. Mehta 4,000/-
25 Shri Chandrabhushan R. Singh (H.U.F.) 2,500/-
26 Shri Vinod Chandra R. Metha 2,000/-
27 Shri Samir Anilbhai Shah 1,000/-
28 Shri Nishith B. Doctor 1,000/-
29 Microlink Solution Pvt. Ltd. 1,000/-
30 BSC Media & Consumables Pvt. Ltd. 1,000/-
31 Shri Vijay Arvindlal Sheth 1,000/-
32 Kruti S. Patel 1,000/-
33 Khalid 1,000/-
Total 5,70,628/-

Meghmani Organics Ltd.
Meghmani Organics Ltd. Organized a musical night in collaboration with Mr. Ashish Soparkar & Aishwarya Majmudar and collected donation.

Gujarat Minerals development Corporation

GMDC has the concept of cultivating a culture of building good relations with the community where it operates mining operations. The Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR) initiated by GMDC is marked by its existence with formulation and in building with the objectives of the Company. C.S.R. is an organization’s obligation to consider the interest of customers, employees, shareholders, communities and the ecology. In the present context the CSR has to earnestly consider obligations as a responsible corporate entity to the cause of society at large by taking up activities that contribute to promotion of social harmony, increasing opportunities to socially and economically disadvantaged sections of society and to the mitigation of environmental degradation.

Gujarat minerals development corporation donated Hydrogenic Lift for girl’s hostel to Apang Manav Mandal worth Rs. 8,22,000/-.
It is to be noted that Ms. Darshita Babubhai Shah Hon. Officer on Special Duty represented A.M.M. to G.M.D.C Ltd. as a Project Co-Ordinator.

AUGUST 2013- SBI DONATE WATER PURIFIER

STATE BANK OF INDIA

STATE BANK OF INDIA- LOCAL HEAD BRANCH- BHADRA
DONATED COMPUTERS TO APANG MANAV MANDAL

STATE BANK OF DONATES SCHOOL BUS TO APANG MANAV MANDAL SHRI A. KRISHNA KUMAR, MANAGING DIRECTOR OF THE STATE BANK OF INDIA, DURING HIS VISIT AHMEDABAD ON WEDNESDAY DONATED 40 SEATER SCHOOLB BUS TO APANG MANAV MANDAL (AMM), UNDER BANK’S CSR ACTIVITY. SHRI A. KRISHNA KUMAR HANDS OVER KEY OF THE BUS TO THE AMM TRUSTEE SHRI ANILBHAI PARIKH AND DARSHITABEN SHAH, A PHYSICALLY IMPAIRED SOCIAL WORKER. IT IS TO BE NOTED THAT MS. DARSHITA BABUBHAI SHAH, HON. OFFICER ON SPECIAL DUTY REPRESENTED AMM. TO STATE BANK OF INDIA AS A PROJECT COORDINATED.
O.N.G.C

“ONGC is continuously and consciously involved and focused towards corporate social responsibility in all decisions and activities undertaken in the organization. ONGC is committed to allocate 0.75% of net profit of the year towards socio-economic development programmes.”

– Dr. Madhav Mehra, President, World Council for Corporate Governance, in May2006.

“If trade and commerce – and by extension, business and industry – is not sensitive to its social and environmental contexts, it will not be sustainable. And if it is not sustainable, it will collapse.”

– Kamal Nath, Union Minister (commerce and industry), in May 2005

With growing globalization, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) had been increasing inimportance as it helped organizations to improve their relationships with local communities, increase brand value, and build a good corporate image for themselves. Also, the socio-economic developmental activities undertaken by companies increased the purchasing power of the community, leading to an expansion intheir market size.

Under CSR project O.N.G.C. gives 3,00,000 to Apang Manav Mandal. Organization appreciated its noble help. It is to be noted that Ms. Darshita Babubhai Shah Hon. Officer on Special Duty represented A.M.M. to GAIL (India) Ltd. as a Project Co-Ordinator.