• Fri. Aug 5th, 2022

Lodha developer development CSR initiatives for support staff and their families this Diwali

Real estate developer Lodha Group has extended its development initiatives to 500 support staff and their families. The aim was to inspire confidence and help people around to enable them to earn an alternative way of living.
This Diwali development program includes the creation of decorative items which will then be sold in the brand’s developments and offices, and the income generated will be divided equally among the participants. With an underlying motive to encourage financial independence, the measures taken by Lodha are a big step in that direction.
The brand aims to drive remarkable differences in society during this festive period. With a unified goal of increasing employment opportunities, Lodha looks forward to making sure the festivities bring joy and excitement back to every home.
Understanding the critical importance of becoming resilient at this critical time, the real estate developer lends a hand to all those who have remained standing despite the difficult circumstances. Previously, they had also announced a series of measures such as free vaccination against Covid-19, vaccination campaigns in all their properties, the offer of one year’s salary to the family of any deceased associate, a scholarship for them. Lodha Group of Schools students from families affected by Covid, etc. The developer had also announced various self-sufficiency initiatives for the families of employees and children of the brand’s schools, which have suffered a severe economic crisis due to the pandemic.
Witnessing the positive results, Lodha will continue to provide all possible help to support the community and society in the midst of the difficult scenario and join efforts to combat the situation.
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