Abbott India Limited: After the successful implementation of the project in phase 1, in partnership with Abbott India, Smile Foundation is now extending STEM education under its Mission Education programme to 8 additional schools. With this new phase, the total number of children being supported by Abbott is now at 2200.
Aditya Birla Capital Foundation (ABCF): ABCF has associated with Smile Foundation for improving quality of education and enhancing the learning levels of children at 15 Government schools in Sidharthnagar and Shravasti, Uttar Pradesh. This proposed project is in alignment with UP Government’s objective to focus on enrolment of children.
Agilent Technologies: Agilent Technologies has been supporting Smile Foundation since 2020 for promoting conducive learning environment in a Government School situated at Nawada Fatehpur, Haryana. Approximately 650 children are being beneﬁtted under this initiative. In addition to this, the corporate has come forward and extended the same support to a Government School in Whiteﬁeld, Bangalore. Under this initiative, approximately 600 children are getting beneﬁtted.
Aristocrat Technologies: Aristocrat Technologies has joined hands with Smile Foundation in supporting the education of children under the Mission Education programme. Under this project named “Every child in school”, focus will be on achieving the Fourth Goal of the Sustainable Development Goals for Improving the Quality of Education among the disadvantaged population.
Avantor Foundation: Avantor Foundation has supported Smile Foundation to increase access to quality primary healthcare through the Smile on Wheels mobile healthcare programme in Coimbatore. The program primarily proposes to address the limited accessibility to Primary Health Care Services due to inadequate human resource and underequipped government health service delivery, and lack of focus on preventive care.
B C Jindal Foundation: B C Jindal Foundation, under their CSR initiative for this year has extended support once again towards Smile Foundation’s Nutrition programme. Under the same, BCJF will support the nutrition of another 1500 underprivileged children in Nashik & Mumbai in Maharashtra and Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh.
Bajaj Finserv: Smile Foundation through its skilling programme STEP will train 1500 young students in the age group of 18-30 years (i.e. 37-38 beneﬁciaries per term per centre), in Healthcare in collaboration with Bajaj Finserv through 10 new centres. After the training at least 70% of the students will be employed as General Duty Assistant/Bed Side Assistants.
Berger Paints: Berger Paints India Limited has partnered with Smile Foundation to implement their iTrain on Wheels programme, an upskilling initiative to hone the skills of young painters and upskill existing painters in order to enhance their employment opportunities. The training under Smile’s STeP programme is imparted through mobile iTrain vans at 100+ remote sites in 24 states.
Birlasoft Ltd: Through the support of Birlasoft, an additional 375 meritorious girls per year from the underprivileged families who are keen to pursue undergraduate and engineering Courses in Graduation, will be provided scholarships towards achieving their academic goals. This project is an extension of the ongoing project supporting 90 undergraduate girl students through scholarships.
Booking.Com: Booking.Com has joined hands with Smile Foundation in supporting the education of children. The programme has been designed keeping in mind the needs of these children, with an approach to nurture learning abilities of these children by exposing them to Smile researched learning tools and curriculum conforming to the national curriculum framework.
Clifford Chance: Clifford Chance has extended their support in continuing the education of children under Smile Foundation’s Mission Education programme. Under the partnership, Smile Foundation and Clifford Chance are providing quality education support to more than 300 children under the age group of 3-18 years.
CSDL: Smile Foundation is being supported by CSDL for launching a new mobile unit under the Smile on Wheels mobile healthcare progamme, in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan. The project has a special focus on women and children living in the identiﬁed locations from underprivileged backgrounds. A total of around 5000 beneﬁciaries will be beneﬁtted through the project.
Ericsson India Pvt Ltd: With the support of Ericsson India Pvt Ltd, Smile Foundation successfully launched 40 STeP skill training centers in Delhi (07), Bengaluru (08), Chennai (10), Kolkata (10) and Pune (05). Ericsson India Pvt Ltd also joined hands with Smile for Assam Disaster Relief operations and distributed 2000 dry ration kits and 6244 hygiene kits to affected families.
Giverly: Smile Foundation and Giverly partnered by deploying the latter’s technology solutions for supporting Smile’s work with underprivileged children, youth and women through relevant education, innovative healthcare and market-focused livelihood programs. Part of the sales proceed through their website will go towards Smile Foundation’s causes.
HDB Financial Services Limited: Smile Foundation in partnership with HDB Financial Services plans to set up a Transport Aarogyam Kendra to provide Physiotherapy as well as OPD services to the beneﬁciaries. The Kendra will operate 24 days per month and approximately 14400 beneﬁciaries from Transport Nagar in Pandara Ranchi are expected to beneﬁt from this intervention.
Kennametal India Ltd.: Kennametal India has associated with Smile Foundation to support its Shiksha Na Ruke initiative. This association will provide educational support for 200 children in Karnataka and PAN India.
M&G Global Services: Smile Foundation, through its skilling programme STeP, will train 280 young students in the age group of 18-30 years, preferably women, in healthcare through 2 new centres with support from M&G Global Services. After the training the students will be employed as General Duty Assistants/Bed Side Assistants.
PepsiCo: PepsiCo and Smile Foundation have partnered to provide access to quality education and technology to students in Gurgaon through a Digital Learning Lab. The purpose is to supplement learning for the students with emphasis to promote digital education for a vibrant, thoughtful and dynamic workforce in the future for promoting the holistic development of the children.
Quantiphi Analytics Solutions Pvt Ltd: In collaboration with Quantiphi Analytics, Smile Foundation will implement the Engineering Scholarship Project for Girls and provide support to empower 15 meritorious underprivileged girl students pursuing engineering programme with employability and technical skills.
SBI Cards and Payment Services limited: Smile Foundation has partnered with the Government of Haryana and SBI Cards & Payment Services Ltd. to establish10 E – Arogya Clinics that comprise of Tele – Medicine kiosk with Medicine Vending Machine (MVM). The 10 E–Arogya clinics will cater to a population of around 10 Lakh as they fall under eight Primary Health Centers covering four blocks of district Nuh in Haryana.
Schneider Electric: Spreading Happiness in Diya Foundation (SHIF) is an initiative of Schneider Electric India, under which it associated with Smile Foundation for Energy and Environment conservation education program through solar powered digital classroom. This program will reach out to 35 schools in 3 states and create 3500 student ambassadors.
Shell India: Shell Pahal Social Welfare Association, a CSR wing of Shell India has joined hands to reach out to 25,000 students from Andhra Pradesh, Telangana & Kerala for STEM education program NXplorer. 500 successful science projects will be selected for showcasing.
UnitedLex: UnitedLex has partnered with Smile Foundation to extend their support towards the Mission Education programme. Under the partnership, UnitedLex will support the education of 400 underprivileged children at Gurugram and Bangalore.
Vistara: TATA SIA Airlines Limited (Vistara) is supporting various programmes of Smile Foundation through its Payroll Giving Programme. Under the partnership, Vistara employees on a voluntary basis donate a particular amount every month to Smile’s education, healthcare and livelihood initiatives.
Wellsfargo: Wellsfargo has extended support to Smile Foundation by supporting the tele medicine programme as a part of their health care initiative. This program will beneﬁt more than 30,000 community people form Bangalore, Chennai and Hyderabad.
Yum! Restaurants (India) Private Limited: Smile Foundation, in association with Yum, is ensuring a nutrition and education rich future for children in Assam, Bihar, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Tripura, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh and Nagaland. The initiative is enabling children from less-privileged communities get proper education, opportunities and nutritional supplements required for their holistic development.
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