He received the prestigious ‘Impact Leader Award’ for is significant contribution in building a Resilient India during COVID-19 pandemic.
Atul Satija, from GiveIndia and The Nudge GiveIndia, a Bengaluru-based non-profit platform has supported 56 lakh people during the pandemic using the Rs. 220 crores contributed to the non-profit’s India Covid Response Fund (ICRF) by a collective of individuals and organizations, according to their official statement.
Formed on April 10, 2020, the ICRF collective comprises corporates, foundations, digital platforms, government bodies, philanthropists, high networth individuals, and citizens at large.
The fund has supported three key areas of intervention – providing monetary relief to cash-strapped families, humanitarian aid to communities in need, and addressing gaps in the healthcare system in protecting frontline workers in COVID-designated hospitals.
The ‘India CSR Awards‘ is certainly an inspiration to the leaders who are committed to driving transformations in the society with their dedicated service and commitment in the areas of sustainability and CSR.
Such acknowledgement and felicitations are aimed at recognising the industry leaders who are raising benchmarks by bringing transformative change in the society through innovation and excellence.
India CSR wishes him a happy and healthy life ahead to carry on his mission to make a positive contribution to a larger good in India.