February 2022

Smile Foundation

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Partnerships

PepsiCo Foundation and Smile Foundation joined hands to provide distribute hygiene kits in Sangrur district, PPE kits for frontline workers, and medical equipment for COVID care centres. Smile Foundation also tied up with PepsiCo for the Waste No More campaign with the aim of building awareness on plastic waste management among children.

Smile collaborated with Google Pay to run the ‘Shiksha Na Ruke’ campaign on their app. Through this, Google Pay users donated funds to Smile.

Big Basket joined hands with Smile Foundation to raise funds for ‘Shiksha Na Ruke’. The users of the app could donate directly to this campaign through the Big Basket app.

EIL has agreed to partner with Smile Foundation to provide oxygen concentrators to government and charitable hospitals in Maharashtra, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.

Macleods Pharmaceuticals Ltd has helped Smile Foundation set up two STeP centres in Mumbai for providing skill enhancement and employability training to 280 underprivileged youths in order to make them employable in the retail sector. The youth go through different curriculum in the training period, learning basic computer skills, spoken English, retail management, and personality development and soft skills.

Zydus Cadilla is supporting Smile Foundation promote education of children under the Shiksha Na Ruke Initiative.

Quantiphi and Smile Foundation have joined hands to implement the Engineering Scholarship Project for Girls. This will provide support to and empower 22 meritorious underprivileged girl students pursuing computer science and engineering at government colleges and equip them with employability and technical skills. This project will help scholars develop cognitive, technical, linguistic, and employability skills in alignment with market standards.

Wells Fargo is supporting the health services for the underprivileged communities in Bengaluru, Chennai and Hyderabad through the Smile on Wheels project.

EMIL has come forward under their CSR initiatives to support the needy communities of Singrauli (Madhya Pradesh) and Angul (Odisha) through our SOW programme. The identified communities will be provided with doorstep healthcare services.

YUM Foundation

Yum foundation has joined hands with Smile foundation to provide support to COVID-affected families through dry ration and home isolation kits. Through their support, Smile is undertaking this project to distribute more than 1 million meals and home isolation kits to almost 1700 people.

ABCF has come forward to support the education of 600 children studying at Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya of Siddharthnagar, Uttar Pradesh. The major objective is to strengthen and upgrade the existing school infrastructure and to provide an enabling environment for quality education. The project aims to increase the enrolment in school, reduce drop-outs, increase student attendance and improve learning environment.

SBI Card has continued their support for primary health care services in needy communities through our SOW and telemedicine programmes. At present, the SOW programme is operational at Delhi, Gurugram, Agra and Mewat and will reach out to more than 75,000 beneficiaries. The telemedicine programme includes 9 centres across Mewat in Haryana.

MAEI has joined hands with Smile Foundation to support identified communities of Manesar through our SOW model. It aims to benefit almost 15,000 people who have limited access to primary health care.

WSP

WSP has come forward under their CSR activities to support the education of 400 children in Bangalore and Noida locations. They will support these children under Smile’s Mission Education programme. This will increase accessibility to education through blended mode of learning for these children.

BC Jindal Foundation has come forward to support Smile Foundation’s nutrition enhancement programme. The programme will take care of 900 underprivileged children in Maharashtra, West Bengal and Odisha.

BMC Software has extended their support towards Smile Foundation’s STeP programme through a new virtual training centre in Pune. Here, about 140 underprivileged youth will be trained for market-oriented jobs in retail sector.

S&P Global Foundation has shown their support to our STeP programme which will help 900 youth, especially women daily wage earners who lost their livelihoods owing to COVID-19. These women will be taught skills relevant for the health care sector for jobs like GDA, patient care executives, and front desk executives.

R1RCM India has been supporting Smile Foundation’s education and skill development programmes for six years. This time, they have extended their support by enabling Smile to add nine new STeP batches at different locations in India.

IMWOW

IMWow is supporting Smile Foundation’s She Can Fly initiative which enables, equips and empowers less privileged girl children with quality education, proper nutrition, good health, adequate skills, and above all a lot of self-confidence to help them live their lives to their fullest potential. The campaign is aimed at raising resources and awareness towards this vital cause.

Ozone Pharmaceuticals donated a part of their online sale proceeds to Smile Foundation. Through the partnership they supported the cause of children education under the Mission Education initiative through the Shiksha Na Ruke campaign.

CORPORATE WARRANTIES INDIA SUPPORT

The organization has come forward and extended their support to the education of underprivileged children under Smile Foundation’s Mission Education initiative.

Amazon and Smile Foundation joined hand by providing smartphones to underprivileged students to give them access to online sessions. Smile Foundation implemented the project with local grassroots’ partners under its Social Venture Philanthropy model.

To ensure a fair and equal chance of having access to quality education, Smile Foundation, in collaboration with AmexGBT, has distributed tablets to 83 meritorious girls from vulnerable communities of Delhi and Mumbai.

Smile Foundation and Misereor collaborated with an aim to provide personal protective equipment to health workers. Through this collaboration, we provided 16,744 PPE Kits (includes surgical mask, face shield and gloves) and 526 sanitizers to hospitals.

CORPORATE WARRANTIES INDIA SUPPORT

MYN global is supporting the ‘Shiksha Na Ruke’ campaign with the “Make India Smile” initiative.

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