Employees are urged to take preventive care to combat AIDS through posters, hand outs, street plays and talks.
Godrej Memorial Hospital
35,000 patients and 3,128 surgeries
Quality healthcare services at an affordable cost in a rational and ethical manner
100 free cleft surgeries in association with the Smile Train Project
Free well-equipped cardiac ambulances to attend to medical emergencies in a 10 km zone
Anti Retroviral Treatment Center in association with NACO starting soon for HIV patients
Pirojsha Godrej Foundation promotes a unique community development Programme called Svayam.
The search for suitable livelihood was driving the tribals of Jummapatti into city limits. Parallely, to meet the increasing household needs of the resident villagers, the depleting forest cover was also a cause of concern.
Svayam focussed on providing a sustainable livelihood for locals through entrepreneurial development balanced with a sense of environmental consciousness.
Pirojsha Godrej Scout & Guide Pavilion
The Scout Hut, in existence since 1923 was restored by the Pirojsha Godrej Foundation between 1983-85 and made available to organisations like WWF, Friends of Trees and BNHS.
In 1997, the area outside the hut was developed into the Godrej Centenary Garden – a haven for tired pedestrians.
Godrej continues to maintain the hut and garden.
CII-Godrej Tsunami Rehabilitation Project
Godrej & CII supported 150 families in the Tsunami stricken Pallayar (in Nagapattinam district) and Azhikal (in Kanyakumari district) by providing fishing equipment, boats, engines etc., funding a community health center and providing skill based training to 200 residents. A sum of over Rs. 56 L was handed over to CII.
Soonabai Pirojsha Godrej Marine Ecology Centre (SPMEC) was formally inaugurated under the leadership of the late ornithologist Dr. Salim Ali.
This is the first privately managed mangrove area in India to formally adopt ISO14001 standards for Environment Management Systems.
The CII – Sohrabji Green Business Centre
Was conceived by Godrej and CII in partnership with the Andhra Pradesh Government.
The Green building is a symbol of Environmental sustainability.
Godrej takes lead to further the trend of such environment friendly buildings being constructed across the nation.
All our businesses have implemented Environment Management Systems and are ISO14001 certified.
Crematorium for animals
Shocked by the horrifying conditions of the dilapidated incinerator at Bombay Veterinary College, where Naval Godrej’s pet labrador was cremated, he sponsored the very first electric crematorium at the Bai Sakarbai Dinshaw Petit Hospital for animals at Parel, the first non-polluting crematorium of its kind in Asia.
World Wide Fund (WWF) for animals
WWF-India began as a modest, wild-life conservation organisation. Over the years, the perspective has broadened to encompass conservation of habitats and ecosystems and to lend support to the management of the country’s protected area network.
Our commitment to global conservation is reflected in our continued association with WWF.