Corporate social responsibility is a type of international private business self-regulation that aims to contribute to societal goals of a philanthropic, activist, or charitable nature by engaging in or supporting volunteering or ethically-oriented practices.

Being vetted with larger companies we have passed through the most rigorous due-diligence processes instituted by them including KPMG, SSGA, MICROSOFT, CISCO and ACCENTURE Thus, making us one of the best NGOs for corporate social responsibility.

Lovedale Foundation is an organization with live projects widespread in urban and rural outreach, directly impacting the lives of more than 1300 underserved communities in the remotest of villages and urban slums.

What Is the Purpose of Corporate Social Responsibility?

The purpose of corporate social responsibility is to give back to the community, take part in philanthropic causes, and provide positive social value. Businesses are increasingly turning to CSR to make a difference and build a positive brand around their company.

50% of funding for our projects comes from the corporate partnerships, and consequently the same standards of governance and efficiency, and the culture of excellence flow through our own operations

Over the 2 decades Lovedale have partnered with various corporates for CSR for structured projects and program partnerships.

When we partner with an organization, we strive to get it and its employees directly involved in our welfare initiatives, making them an active participant in the process of bringing change at the grassroots, making us one of the preferred non profits