At Capri Global Capital, our commitment to corporate social responsibility (CSR) is deeply embedded across our businesses. Although thriving businesses and home ownership are essential aspects of a flourishing society, they are not the only parameters. Access to a decent quality of life, comprising basic factors including healthcare, education and livelihood opportunities are equally important.
Together, these components contribute towards the creation of an inclusive, sustainable and progressive nation. Capri Global Capital’s CSR programme under the aegis of the Capri Foundation aims to fulfil these responsibilities towards the society.
Our flagship programmes focus on empowering communities with better access to healthcare, education and livelihood opportunities.
Adoption of government-run schools to create model schools that provide holistic quality education to students from underprivileged sections of the society.
Intervention in infrastructure, ensuring regular attendance by staff and services, computer literacy initiatives and other learning materials.
Focus on identifying and providing financial assistance to worthy students from EWS background
Scholarships awarded across varied streams including engineering, graduate courses and so on.
have registered improvement in their academic performance following the implementation of Capri Foundation’s School Adoption Programme.
were extended financial assistance that enabled them to continue pursuing education
Programme aimed at facilitating basic rights to sanitation facilities and safe drinking water to children in rural schools.
Customised solutions prepared after undertaking an extensive research of rural schools and assessment of current hygiene levels and sanitation practices.
in Bhiwandi, Maharashtra are equipped with sanitation facilities and access to safe drinking water after the implementation of Capri Foundation’s School Adoption Programme
Focus on imparting livelihood skills to individuals belonging to EWS backgrounds to create a cadre of skilled electricians, machinists, mechanics, draughtsman and other tradesmen. Also includes training the youth in patient care.
Programmes run in collaboration with technical institutes.
Two-year support programme designed to enable differently abled persons to acquire livelihood skills such as tailoring and gain financial independence.
Programme also offers counselling and psycho-social development for beneficiaries.