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Corporates

With the implementation of the CSR bill, corporates are looking to engage reliable non-profits to carry out their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs. YFS has been the choice of many corporates to engage with, and executes their CSR programs across India. A good number of corporates also encourage employees to donate to non-profits by matching the employees’ contributions.

Projects offered include:
  • School-centric Program – Education, health, sanitation and other needs
  • Digital Literacy Program – Computer centers in slums
  • Environmental Initiatives
  • Vidyachetana – Child sponsorship program

 

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Corporate Volunteering:
There has been a growing interest and trend among the corporates to engage their employees in meaningful volunteering activities. While many prefer a volunteering program at offsite locations or a partner non-profit, there are others who prefer an activity at their own campus. To suit the needs of the corporate, apart from engaging them in regular activities through the year, YFS designed and organized the following customized volunteering activities for corporate volunteers like:
  • Sapling Plantation
  • Seed-ball making
  • Spot fixing and Cleanup drives
  • Painting the school building
  • Conducting sports and drawing competitions for government school children
  • Recording of audio books for the blind
  • Paper bag making
  • Taking children out for outdoor learning experiences – National park, science museum, planetarium
  • Conducting awareness talks on menstrual hygiene (restricted to female volunteers)
  • Training children from government schools in various cultural activities
  • Assembly of school kits and distribution to the underprivileged school children

 

Reports Of Our Corporate Engagements…
  • Human Milk Bank at Niloufer Hospital

    Dhaatri Mother’s Milk Bank: Initial Report

    A critical study by YFS team, spearheaded by Dr Santhosh Kumar, Public Health Specialist and others including Dr Srinivas Goud and Dr Bhamidipati Satyanarayana revealed the following:

    • Telangana has one of the highest incidence of neonatal deaths and infant deaths in South India
    • Hospital Mortality Rates at Tertiary care centers are also one of the highest in the country
    • Breast feeding rates are abysmally low in Telangana
    • Lack of basic medical and general equipment
    • Lack of infrastructure, Severe shortfall in basic interventions like Neonatal Ambulances, Breast Feeding Initiatives, Milk Banks, KMCs, etc.
    • Lack of enough trained manpower

    The Team had noted that Niloufer had seen substantial number of neonatal deaths in 2015-16: both, in-born as well as out-born admissions from Petlaburj, Sultan Bazar and elsewhere owing to asphyxiation, lack of proper feeds, etc  with number at an alarming  1700 neonate deaths out of a total of 16000 neonatal admissions in 2015-16.

    After extensive consultations with domain experts, the team concluded that an ambulance for the Neonates combined with a Mother’s milk bank could prove to be vital to save neonates. As a part of the next steps, the team started working towards stemming this gap through ground breaking interventions.

    “Mother’s Milk Bank, Dhaatri” stems from the thought that newborns deprived of their own mother’s milk can be given donor mother milk.

    As a part of next steps,

    • A discussion was held with YFS to rope in volunteers to promote awareness on Mother’s Milk and how to involve corporates for supporting innovations.
    • YFS readily agreed to support and we started pitching in to corporates for their support.
    • Wellsfargo India, Cotiviti cares and NTT Data are the donors who have come forward to support the set up of Telangana’s First Mother’s Milk Bank.
    • YFS approached Niloufer Hospital management to set up Mother’s Milk Bank, Dhaatri and they agreed to provide us the operation space measuring 2200 Sq. Ft.

    A steering committee meeting convened by Dr Santhosh Kumar Kraleti and chaired by Smt Karuna Vakati, IAS, Commissioner of Health & Family Welfare was conducted on May 2, 2017. The team presented updates on procurement, recruitment and launch dates. This meeting was attended by Govt Officials – Director of Medical Education, Dr M Ramani; Superintend of Niloufer Hospital, Dr Ramesh Reddy, Donor Representatives, Technical Committee members and YFS coordinators. We’re gearing up for a launch by the last week of May 2017.

    Steering committee meeting
  • Sphoorti 2016

    Youth for Seva celebrated the second edition of SPHOORTI 2016 in partnership with Sakshama Foundation (A national level organization working towards the all-round development of children with special abilities). Around 177 differently-abled children from 19 NGOs participated in 13 cultural events in 5 different categories. The children showcased their talent in various contests such as pick and speak, yoga, quiz, clay-making, fashion show, group dance, and braille writing.

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    About 70 volunteers from corporates such as CISCO, CTS, VM Ware, Adecco India, Mysis, Axis Bank took part in SPHOORTI 2016 event

  • Volunteering with Visually Impaired @ Mitra Jyothi

    Mitra Jyothi is working towards assisting visually impaired individuals and enabling them to lead independent, dignified lives through education.

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    Volunteer doing Audio recording@ Mitra Jyothi 

    A clutch of 20 Wells Fargo volunteers took part in giving voice tests for audio recording and scanning documents which in-turn will be helpful for visually impaired individuals for their education.

  • Visit by Orphanage Kids to Dell Office

    A century of 100 kids visited Dell office as part of their CSR activity. The kids were from NELE centers and Surabhi Trust. It was an exposure of corporate office for government school children to look forward to their future dreams.

  • Newspaper collection drive @ NASDAQ

    3R’s Reuse, Reduce and Recycle are the basic principles on which a natural society runs. Usage of old newspapers for some purpose would be a great deed but before its makeover, we need its collection.

    A newspaper collection drive was put up at NASDAQ office to support Sandhya Kirana an organization working towards enabling the senior citizens by providing services physical, emotional and social. They provide a platform for elders to learn certain skills on making paper bags, candles, dolls, greeting cards, mats etc. These products are sold to fetch them a minimum livelihood. NASDAQ employees came together for successfully running Newspaper collection drive and donating newspapers to Sandhya Kirana for enabling senior citizens for making paper bags.

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