Caring enough is the commitment to ‘Do things better’ – not just for the business but for the world at large. We undertake multiple initiatives to strengthen communities.
To see a need and to take the initiative to answer it. To see an opportunity and to develop solutions. That's what we do.
Educational books to schools
Toys to public nursery schools and children hospital
Support to local scout group
Providing T-shirts for participants in the civic annual parade
Donation of t-shirts to children jiu-jitsu team
Providing thermic bags to local hospital and personal care products to nursing homes
Sponsorship of soccer championship by donating medals and trophies
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In this endeavor, UPL CSR in collaboration with The Association Life initiated “The Complementary Education Program” – the program is mainly about providing choices while keeping the creative, cognitive, social and emotional development of children as its focal interest.
The Association Life is a Non-Government Organization that believes in the power of education to change the world in which we live, by forming the agents of the change. Through educational activities, Association Life promotes the development of social and educational skills of underprivileged youth so that they can start working as creative, responsible and competent entrepreneurs.
Tools employed for this include tutoring, encourage reading, lecturing, storytelling, art therapy, digital learning, learning English etc. All of this is taught with the active involvement of UPL Volunteers and the staff of The Association Life.
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