We realize the significance of being socially responsible, not only to ourselves, but also to the communities we serve, and our stakeholders. So, we proactively and consistently engage in sustainable practices, thereby leading to sustainable development, with a strong motive of enriching the lives of people where we operate. Our consistent, high-impact Corporate Social Value - CSV initiatives are derived from our constant focus on three major areas -
Environment and Health
With Wel-Shiksha, we yearn to enhance the teaching & learning process for teachers and students by incorporating technological advancements. We've digitized government primary classrooms, and through our community-driven initiatives, we've also spread awareness among neighbouring communities about the unparalleled significance of education.
The Welspun Vidhya Mandir CBSE School was established with the sole intention to give children, not just one, but multiple opportunities, to excel in any sphere they wish to pursue. It is dedicated to growing the intellect of students by making them socially responsible, aware, and creative.
The Gayatri Devi Public School is a state board English medium school, with classes from 1st to 10th, in Varsamedi, Anjar set up and run by the Welspun Foundation for Health and Knowledge. It was established in 2017, with highly qualified teachers on board, to provide kids from that area with high-end yet very affordable education in all realms.
The Gayatri Devi Ved Vidyalaya was born out of the idea of protecting and promoting the Indian traditional Vedic culture. It follows a perfect blend of Yajurveda education and modern education; thereby, kids have been blessed with the wealth of the Gurukul system and knowledge of essential subjects, such as English, Mathematics, and Computers.
We began our Welspun Super Sport Women Program with the sole intention of identifying, encouraging, and empowering female athletes, especially the ones that come from challenging, humble backgrounds. Till now, with this program, we have supported many female athletes across a variety of sports, such as para badminton, swimming, cycling, athletics, weight lifting, and gymnastics, thereby breaking gender stereotypes and boundaries.
With Wel-Netrutva, we aim to consistently focus on two major areas of women empowerment, sustainable livelihood and reproductive health, in order to create livelihood opportunities for them and encourage them to opt for healthy sanitation practices, like using high-end, affordable sanitary pads.
When you hear the name 'Kohli' in a sporting context, you are bound to think of Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli.
From being diagnosed with cancer at the age of nine to taking up a sport where your entire strength is placed on your bare hands, especially fingertips, to scale a vertical wall
In a month from now, Manasi Joshi will be celebrating the anniversary of a loss. It was nine years ago in December that the world champion para-shuttler,
CEO & Jt. MD, Welspun India Ltd
Former Badminton Player
Dipali Goenka is an accomplished global business leader known for her dynamism, entrepreneurial spirit and passion for people & environment. Dipali has been instrumental in driving the growth of Welspun's home textile business to $1 billion global leadership with focus on Innovation, Brands & Sustainability.
Olympian Aparna, during her playing career, bagged 4 medals in the Commonwealth games. Being the first Indian to win a medal in the Junior World Championship, Aparna had a career-high world ranking of 16. Today she works relentlessly to give back to Indian Sports through coaching and mentoring of the young prospects of the future.
Deepti Patwardhan is a name very well known amongst the Indian sports journalist fraternity and has been in the scene for more than fourteen years. Starting from Asian Age, Deepti has covered sports or various publications such as Hindustan Times, Mid-Day and currently pens down her words for The Olympic Channel.
The Welspun Group is known for its Integrated Community and Village Development project, among other wellness initiatives. One of the key steps include mobilizing community actions for conserving and managing local resources, especially through establishing water user and resource groups. The project is also focused on developing capacity at the grassroots in order to ensure that communities can sustainably and equitably manage resources. This is achieved through training and greater exposure for user groups, especially at the village level. For ensuring long-term sustainability of project benefits and assets, mechanisms are modelled through measures like maintenance funds, low-cost yet effective initiatives, and compulsory contributions from the community. Partnerships with local Governments will help in ensuring higher reach and scale, achievable through PPP (public private partnership) ventures in big-ticket development of watershed projects