At the heart of Greenlam Industries’ vision lies a commitment towards inclusive and sustainable development for the community.
Greenlam Industries is committed to enhance the quality of life of the communities residing around its manufacturing facilities.
We strengthened our corporate citizenship through engagements with various NGOs working in the fields of health, education, environment and vocational training.
The ‘Udayan Shalini’ program is a joint effort by Greenlam and Udayan Care, a public charitable trust in Kolkata, to provide furnished, spacious abodes to young women. Under the program, school and college-going girls are mentored to become responsible citizens of the nation and to realize their potential in nation-building.
The ‘Mera Abhiyaan Meri Pehchaan’ program is a joint effort by Greenlam and MAMTA – a health institute for mother and child. The program aimed to create an enabling environment for adolescents’ reproductive and sexual health and rights through integrated health and development initiatives. Focused on the Sikar district of Rajasthan, the program had special focus on the prevention of early marriages and pregnancies. The project ended with very positive outcomes.
Thailand was severely affected by floods recently. Our employees volunteered to evacuate flood-afflicted Thais to safety. Notably, Mr. Khun Ditkkan showed commendable compassion and leadership in leading Greenlam employees in rescuing victims. Greenlam also disbursed ration and tinned-food to flood victims through a network of its relief volunteers.
The 2004 Tsunami left huge barren patches in its wake. Greenlam has planted hundreds of trees as part of its afforestation drive conducted in collaboration with The Hope Foundation. Children who helped Greenlam were imparted valuable lessons in ‘green living’ and minimizing their carbon footprint. The Greenply Orchard is a cheerful reminder of Greenlam’s efforts.
Art Tiger is a beneficiary of India’s oldest known Tiger conservation organization ‘The Ranthambore Foundation’. Greenlam took a small, but conscious step towards protecting tigers by purchasing a tiger sculpture by a well-renowned sculptor at an art show organized by Art Tiger.