HDFC Life makes a difference in Jamshedpur through ‘Ek Disha’


JAMSHEDPUR: HDFC Life, one of India’s leading private insurance player facilitated a donation drive amongst its employees as part of its CSR initiative ‘Swabhimaan’.

Employees donated clothes, groceries and biscuits to children, women and old people belonging to the local community in the Burma Mines region in Jamshedpur. 56 employees from HDFC Life’s Jamshedpur branch participated in this activity named ‘Ek Disha.’

Commenting on this initiative, Mr. Rajendra Ghag, Executive Vice President, HR, HDFC Life, said, “As an organization, we believe that we should go beyond business to make a meaningful difference to communities in which we operate, through our services to the needs of the society. ‘Swabhimaan’ is an initiative by HDFC Life to create a difference that we make on communities, the economy, the environment and the people. “

“We have always believed that establishing a strong and ethical foundation is an essential requirement for long-term sustainable growth. Integrity and people care are two of our key fundamental values which we follow,” Mr Ghag added.

This activity was planned by the HR with the help of all the business channels, operations, training to create awareness towards social responsibility. It was conducted as part of HDFC Life’s CSR initiative – Swabhimaan – that aims to improve and enhance the quality of life of communities in which the company operates thereby helping to create an equitable society.

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