HGS is Giving Back 

At HGS, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is all about contributing as an organization to the  welfare of the society and improving the quality of life in the local communities.  Rooted in the passion of our group founder, Shri Parmanand Deepchand Hinduja, our CSR philosophy is Work to Give for a Better Tomorrow

The focus areas of HGS’ social outreach range across Education, Healthcare, Skill Development, Empowering Persons with Disabilities (PwDs) and HGS Veteran program.

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Education

HGS supports a number of projects to increase literacy levels and provide holistic education to disadvantaged children. Our programs ensure health and nutrition among children, provide remedial education, undertake infrastructural reforms, promote sports and enable technology facilitated learning. 
We are funding the educational needs of the economically disadvantaged students through -

  • State-of-the-art schools for 5,000 children

  • Funding school fees for over 300 meritorious students

  • Promoting education by eliminating hunger for 10,000 children everyday

  • Enabling holistic education through sports for 5,000 students

  • Increase the number of school enrolment through smart class program in 16 municipal schools

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Healthcare

We support to improve the health and well-being of the local communities and make quality healthcare accessible to all. The following healthcare projects are being undertaken by HGS

  • Providing quality tuberculosis care to over 100 underprivileged patients

  • Setting up a fully equipped medical vehicle to reach and provide affordable primary healthcare & diagnostics to over 10,000 people in rural communities

  • Quality drinking water to 90,000 people

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Skill Development

HGS focuses on skilling as means of enabling the underserved youth to utilize employment opportunities. Our programs focus on imparting market driven, domain specific skills to youth, which will assist them to obtain employment.

  • We support skill development centers, vocational programs for the purpose of creating livelihood opportunities, soft skills, financial literacy and life skills training

  • Enhanced employment opportunities for over 2,200 underprivileged youth

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Persons with Disability

Our programs focus on building employability skills of person’s with disability, and providing them employment opportunities with the objective of generating economic independence and enabling a life of dignity.

  • HGS has invested in setting up Capacity Centre Models to train Persons with Disabilities (PwD) and help them earn a livelihood

  • To skill & train 300 Persons with Disabilities for employment.

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HGS Veterans Program

HGS runs an employment program for military veterans and their families in the USA. The program, which runs in partnership with several US universities, offers tuition reimbursements, competitive salaries and benefits packages to military veterans and their families. To date, the program continues to support and nurture the career growth and development of men and women who have dedicated their lives to protecting their nation. It has empowered thousands of veterans and their families to better their lives through education and advance their life prospects at HGS.

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Employee volunteering program - Work to Give

Our employees’ extend their time and skills to deepen our reach and enrich our engagement with all the communities we operate in.

We support 27 Non-Government-Organizations (NGO) partners globally through this initiative. When the resources available are scarce, or the required skill are unavailable within the capabilities of the NGO, our employees reach out to address the need by volunteering their time and effort. Employees also take initiative to identify projects that can benefit through our volunteering program. Employees from across locations in Jamaica, Philippines, US, Canada and India volunteer to support the development of local communities. This approach to employee engagement is in line with our approach of – think global, act local’.

With around 30 volunteering events, we average over 1,000 volunteer engagement per month across all our geographies. So far over 23,000 volunteers globally have contributed more than 63,000 volunteering hours. We have the potential to positively impact around 100,000 lives annually and efforts are on to scale this up.