CSR Other Initiatives

Other Initiatives

Homage Trust - Restoration of Town Hall

To commemorate Kolkata's tercentenary, the project 'A Homage' was launched by Shri Suresh Neotia and Shri Harshavardhan Neotia in association with the Government of West Bengal. The renowned painter Shri Bikash Bhattacharya was requested to portray 12 eminent sons of Bengal. In 1992, the paintings were auctioned and the city's corporates participated enthusiastically. All paintings were sold and a fund of 1.15 crore was created, in the name of A Homage Trust. The trustees were happy to assign the entire fund to restore the Town Hall. The KMC agreed to the restoration proposal submitted by the Trust. The restoration was celebrated on Poila Boisakh, April 15, 1998, creating awareness for restoration of the city's cultural heritage. It was the first step towards a new paradigm for the city

Cloth distribution amongst the needy

BODHNA, a mental asylum for boys is situated just opposite to the gates of Ecospace. Young patients, mostly teenagers, suffering from mental turmoil are lodged there. On the auspicious occasion of Janmashtami, the CSR team went there and distributed 150 shirts and 70 trousers among the inmates.

Relief mission for Medinipur floods

12 districts of West Bengal experienced unprecedented floods in recent times, which rendered few lakhs homeless. The damage and destruction was so intense that the army had to be deployed for rescue and relief operations in the two districts of Midnapore.

At Ambuja Neotia we did our bid to stand by our fellow citizens stuck by nature's wrath. Relief materials were sent to Ghatal subdivision of West Midnapore, one of the most affected districts, under the stewardship of Mr Narender Singh. Things sent consisted of tarpaulins, quintals of rice, dal, pulses, baby food, dry food, batteries etc.

CSR Other Initiatives


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