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Dalmia Bharat – CSRBOX 8th CSR Impact Awards at India CSR Summit 2022, New Delhi

Business Wire IndiaCSRBOX and Dalmia Bharat Foundation co-hosted the 8th CSR Impact Awards at the prestigious India CSR Summit 2022, South Asia’s largest CSR forum at Hotel Pullman that brought 2200+ corporate, CSR foundations, government agencies, non-profits, social enterprises, collaborate, and scale-up activities in the development and impact sectors.
 
The CSR Impact Awards – a CSRBOX initiative supported by Dalmia Bharat Foundation encourages companies, CSR Foundations, and CSR implementing agencies to deliver high impact through CSR projects and adopt a multi-stakeholder approach, leading to excellence in project outcomes.
 
After receiving an overwhelming response in the form of 220 awards nominations across 16 categories, 31 awards were conferred upon the recipients.
 
Dr. Bhagwat Karad Ji, Honourable State Minister of Finance, Government of India graced the award ceremony with his presence. The other dignitaries present at the award ceremony included Shri. Bhubaneswar Kalita Ji- Honourable Vice Chairman-Rajya Sabha, The Parliament of India; Chairman, Committee on Health and Family Welfare; Former Minister for Industry & Commerce, Government of Assam, Mr. Pankaj Rastogi, CEO, Dalmia Bharat Sugar and Industries Limited, Trustee, Dalmia Bharat Foundation, Ms. Veena Reddy, Mission Director, USAID India, Major General Amit Loomba, Additional Director General, Ceremonials and Welfare, Army Headquarters; CSR Committee Member, India Army, and Ms. Debashree Mukherjee (IAS), Department of Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation, Ministry of Jal Shakti, Government of India.
 
“I am glad to be here at the 9th edition of the India CSR Summit. Happy to see various stakeholders in development sector, like CSR providers, nonprofits, public and private institutions and all the participants who have come from far,” said Shri Bhubaneswar Kalita Ji.
 
“CSR is a new concept. It should not be limited only to 2%. It can go up to 3% and 4 % depending on the capacity of the company,” he added.
 
Speaking at the Inaugural session Dr. Bhagwat Karad Ji, Honourable State Minister of Finance, Government of India states, ‘One of the many dreams of Mahatma Gandhi, the father of our nation, was to develop a trusteeship. It is necessary to work for the nation and with the combined efforts of all of us, working through CSR as a medium is a huge step forward ‘.
 
Highlighting the award winners at the 8th CSR Impact Awards, Adani Wilmar Limited (Adani Foundation) won the esteemed CSR Project of the Year in the large category for its project ‘Fortune SuPoshan’ while Birlasoft Limited was honoured with the award for ‘CSR Project of the Year in the small category’ and Bharti Foundation along with HT Parekh Foundation won the ‘CSR Foundation of the Year’ title.
 
Maruti Suzuki India Limited won the laurels for being the ‘Company with Best CSR Impacts’ and Odisha Mining Corporation Limited won the ‘PSU with Best CSR Impacts’.
 
Tech Mahindra Foundation, for its project ‘All Round Improvement in School Education for Children with Disabilities (ARISE+)’ won under Special Categories (Large).

Under COVID Response (Large) category, Amazon India took home the award for its COVID relief project ‘Mission Vayu’.
 
For the Women Empowerment category winner under the large category is- Azim Premji Foundation, for its groundbreaking project on ‘Strengthening identity of Women as Farmers through improving their access to productive resources’, and in the small category- Ramboll India Pvt. Ltd. for its project UPASANA – A Certificate program in Multiple Intelligence training for Primary School.
 
PNB Housing Finance Limited won the WASH campaign award in the large category for its Drinking Water project and The Ramco Cements Limited, Govindapuram Unit in the small category for its accessible and sustainable sanitation facilities program.
 
Under Healthcare, ICICI Foundation for Inclusive Growth bagged the award under the large category, while Sanofi India Ltd and Cognizant Foundation emerged as the winners under the small category.
 
A detailed list of award categories of the award and the winners are as follows:
 

S.No.
Category Name
Corporate Partner
Implementation Partner
Project Name

1
Healthcare (Large)
ICICI Foundation for Inclusive Growth
Fairfax India Charitable Foundation
Dialysis – Reaching to the under privileged with affordable treatment

2
Healthcare (Small)
Sanofi India Ltd
Conexus Social Responsibility Foundation 
KiDS (Kids and Diabetes in Schools)

3
Healthcare (Small)
Cognizant Foundation
Committed Communities
Development Trust
Promoting Women and Child Health

4
Education (Large)
 
Buddy4Study
COVID Crisis Support Scholarship

5
Education (Small)
Quess Corp Limited
Makkala Jagriti
Enhancing early education across Anganwadis

6
Skill Development (Large)
Bridgestone India Pvt. Ltd.
Institute of Driving Training and Research, Pune
Project Sarthi – Providing Commercial Driving training, enhancing employability skills in driving sector

7
Skill Development (Small)
Dassault Systemes Foundation
 
Made in 3D – Seed the Future EntrepreneursProgram

8
Livelihoods (Large)
 
American India Foundation
Entre-Prerana: Rebuilding livelihoods of street vendors in a post-COVID era.

9
Livelihoods (Small)
BASF
Collectives for Integrated Livelihood Initiatives
Reviving Smallholders’ Agriculture towards Meeting their Aspirations

10
Environment (Large)
Dharampal Satyapal Limited
Arpan Seva Sansthan
Creation of Water Economic Zone

11
Environment (Small)
IBM India Pvt. Ltd.
Inhana Organic Research Foundation
Adoption of a Cluster of Villages for Agricultural
Sustainability and Food Security through Clean Food Program

12
WASH
PNB Housing Finance Limited
Manjari Foundation
Drinking Water project

13
WASH
The Ramco Cements Limited, Govindapuram Unit
Gramalaya – Tiruchirappalli
Accessible and sustainable sanitation facilities
(SMART toilets) for prevention of open defecation

14
Women Empowerment (Large)
Azim Premji Foundation
Cohesion Foundation Trust
Strengthening identity of Women as Farmers through improving their access to productive resources

15
Women Empowerment (Small)
Ramboll India Pvt. Ltd.
Shraddha Maanu Foundation
UPASANA – A Certificate program in Multiple Intelligence training for Primary School

16
Rural Development and Infrastructure (Large)
Schaeffler India
BAIF Development Research Foundation
Jal Sahara

17
Rural Development and Infrastructure (Small)
Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited
Sri Sri Rural Development Programme
Trust
Border Village Development in Arunachal

18
Special Categories
(Large)
Tech Mahindra Foundation
 
All Round Improvement in School Education for Children with Disabilities (ARISE+)

19
Employee Volunteering Initiative
L&T Infotech
eVidyaloka Trust
Volunteer as Virtual Teacher for Rural India

20
Employee Volunteering Initiative
The Ramco Cements Limited, Ramasamy Raja Nagar
 
Health care and Education activities for the nearby village people

21
CSR Project of the Year (Large)
Adani Wilmar Limited
Adani Foundation
Fortune SuPoshan

22
CSR Project of the Year (Large)
HT Parekh Foundation
The Antara Foundation
The Antara Foundations ‘Akshita’

23
CSR Project of the Year (Small)
Birlasoft Ltd.
 
Project Shodhan

24
CSR Foundation of the Year
Bharti Foundation
 
 

25
CSR Foundation of the Year
WPP India CSR Foundation
 
 

26
Company with Best CSR Impacts
Odisha Mining Corporation Limited
 
 

27
Company with Best CSR Impacts
Maruti Suzuki India Limited
 
 

28
CSR Implementing Agency of the Year

Tata Steel Nest-In
 

29
CSR Implementing Agency of the Year

Learning Links Foundation
 

30
COVID-19 Response Category (Large)
Amazon India
 
COVID 19 Relief – Mission Vayu

31
COVID-19 Response Category (Small)
IJCP Group
Heart Care Foundation of India
#DefeatCovid
 

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