Our Commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Prioritising social and environmental causes that align with our values and mission.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is an integral part of VSM Weavess' ethos, and we are committed to giving back to society in meaningful ways. Our CSR activities are aimed at making a positive impact on the lives of the people and communities we serve. Here are some of the initiatives we have undertaken:
We donated artificial limbs to differently-abled persons, enabling them to live a more fulfilling lives.
We donated ₹1 crore to Perur Aadheenam for the noble cause of constructing a hospital in Coimbatore. We wish to see a world that's happily healthy, and this is an important contribution towards that goal.
As the world grappled with the pandemic, we donated Rs 1 crore in 2021 to support relief efforts. We believe that it is our responsibility to contribute towards society during times of crisis.
In 2018, Kerala was hit by severe floods that caused widespread damage and displacement. In response, we donated 35 lakhs to aid relief efforts in the state.
We organized vaccination camps to facilitate the vaccination of employees and their families, providing them with protection against the virus.
We donated an X-ray machine to GH Pallipalayam to support healthcare services. This will help improve the quality of care provided to patients.
We donated 5 oxygen concentrators to GH Kumarapalayam to support Covid-19 patients. This initiative was aimed at ensuring that critically ill patients have access to the medical equipment they need to recover.
We donated 2000 doses of the Covid-19 vaccine to the public through Namakkal Collector. This initiative was aimed at ensuring that people from marginalized communities have access to the vaccine.
Every year, we donate artificial limbs to differently-abled individuals, empowering them to live a more fulfilling life.
We joined hands with Rotary Club Erode to support various CSR initiatives. Together, we work towards creating a better world for all.
In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, we built a hospital at Perunthurai to provide Covid-19 treatment facilities. This initiative was aimed at supporting the healthcare infrastructure in the region.