Corporate Social Responsibility

Khushiyon ka Recycle
'Be the change you want to see in the world' - Mahatma Gandhi Aaina, the official social awareness club of IBS Hyderabad believes in in bringing a big change through small changes. Aaina in collaboration with Goonj, an NGO that positions the under- utilized urban material as a development resource for the rural parts of India, organized a stationery donation campaign ‘Khushiyon Ka Recycle.’ The items collected were to be distributed to the far flung village schools which are deprived of the basic stationery item. This was a leap to support education for a better India

Joy of sharing- The more you give, the more you receive.
At times we realize that gaining or acquiring something gives less pleasure than sharing or giving it to someone who would really cherish it more than we do’. And one good thing is that one is never at loss by sharing. Club Aaina on auspicious occasion of Diwali takes immense pleasure in celebrating the festival with house-keeping staff of IBS Hyderabad by giving them packet of sweets.

Visit to Government School
Majority of India still lives in villages and most of the children attend Government Primary School. Club Aaina visited one such primary school in Village Mokila, Shankerpally Road. About sixty students receive their education in that school and they belong to age group of 5 to 10. Club Aaina donated stationery items like books, pencils, eraser and sharpners to all the students and conducted games for the students.

Visit to SOS Village
SOS Children’s Village in Hyderabad was established in the year 2003. NGO helps children who were neglected or abandoned by their families due to their inability to meet the needs of their children, and the ones who had lost their parents to death at a very young age. At SOS India, children are nurtured by a loving mother and have a family to call their own. Club Aaina visited SOS Village and went to every home inside the village to meet all the children living there. Each home has one mother and 10 children. Team interacted with all the mothers asked them about their experience with their children. Small classrooms and medical care rooms were well maintained for the children. Competitions like Drawing and Running Race was conducted for small children.