Atulya Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Capital India Finance Limited (CIFL). It was established on 30th August 2019 with an aim to serve people in rural areas and bringing positive & sustainable change in their lives. The organization work towards addressing issues of the underprivileged through various initiatives in the field of women empowerment, education, health, sanitation, and rural development. Atulya Foundation has been assisting people affected by natural or other calamities by various initiatives undertaken on the ground and contributing towards the Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund & other funds set up by the Central Government or Local Authorities.
As we celebrated 75 years of India’s freedom there are still communities around us that remain far away from being free. These communities are hardly seen in our day-to-day lives and they have created their own safe spaces where they are able breath freely without any judgments and fear. To celebrate inclusive freedom in a real sense Capital India with its CSR arm Atulya Foundation conducted Tree plantation with Transgender and Specially abled communities in Noida and Mumbai. 75 saplings were planted in each location to mark the 75 years of independence and the foundation has taken the responsibility to prevent & maintain the plants until they are self-sustainable.
Amidst the unprecedented pandemic situation, Atulya Foundation has come forward to donate oxygen concentrators at various locations including the Resident Welfare Association of Anand Lok, New Delhi. The community saw a great surge in covid positive cases and due to the shortage of oxygen supply in the city, the situation worsened. 10 Litre oxygen concentrators were handed over by Shri S.K Narvar, Trustee Atulya Foundation to Shri Samrat Yadav, President Anand Lok RWA for the residents of the community.
Capital India Finance Limited through its CSR arm Atulya Foundation is reaching out to the last mile in combating the virus. Covid-19 relief campaign started in April 2020 through which we reached out to more than 12,000 frontline workers, migrant laborers, daily wage laborers, slum dwellers, and covid positive patients. During the second wave of the covid-19, we reached Jugsana Kalan…
Village of Bulandshahr district, Uttar Pradesh which saw surge in covid cases as compared to last year and the village community were anxious about the situation. The village has a population of 3,000 with over 6,00 houses. A well-planned execution was done in the village on lines of: • PREVENTION, • AWARENESS and • CURE. Under the campaign a door-to-door sanitation drive, awareness, training, and care camp was conducted in which a team of experts was deployed in the village.
During the COVID-19 period, with migrant workers reaching their villages, the risk of pandemic spread increased multifold. In order to support the containment of this risk and sanitization in Rural India, Atulya Foundation donated Rs. 22 Lakh to villages in Bulandshahar (UP). Over 10,000 face masks were also distributed to ensure the safety of our health care workers who are leading this fight from the front.
The winter each year clutches a tight grip around Delhi. Unlike many of us, there are some less fortunate ones who can not afford thick blankets to protect themselves. At this time of need, Atulya Foundation turned out as a savior for many. We conducted a charitable event & distributed blankets to the homeless in the national capital helping them face the wrath of the weather.