Intex lends its support for cancer fund raising event…’NANHEE’ in Mumbai
India CSR News Network
NEW DELHI: Intex Technologies, one of the leading consumer electronics major, has partnered with Jaya Foundation, an institution that provides aid, care and assistance and creates awareness on Cancer, to support children suffering from the deadly disease. As a part of this partnership, a fund raising musical event ‘NANHEE’, is being organized today in Mumbai.
Funds raised will be used to facilitate treatment of kids who are suffering from cancer but due to lack of adequate funds are deprived of proper treatment. The event will witness live performances by Sumeet Nagdev Dance Arts (SNDA) and will also have Saurabh Nimbkar playing songs on his guitar. SNDA’s production “DHRUT” is an internationally acclaimed performance, which has recently been presented in New York in August 2016. Saurabh Nimbkar plays the guitar in Mumbai Locals to collect funds for supporting patients in KEM & other NGOs, after having lost his mother to cancer.
Ishita Bansal, CSR Project Head, Intex Technologies, said, “At Intex, it is our goal to help make an optimistic change in local communities by designing and implementing various programs with an ultimate aim to develop an ecosystem that is self-sustaining and contributes to the overall human development index. Through our cooperation with Jaya Foundation, we hope to attract public attention towards cancer, creating better awareness, while also financially supporting the treatment of underprivileged kids suffering from cancer. The support from Intex will help these children fight cancer, thereby providing them an opportunity to give a new and positive beginning to their lives.”
Added Ms. Sujaya Moghepadhye of Jaya Foundation, “We acknowledge Intex Technologies for associating with Jaya Foundation and with the cause of supporting so many Nanhee’s. It is heartening to note that the company’s CSR philosophy is to influence its legacy of technology innovation to positively influence societies and human life, and offer new opportunities to more people.”