We will make CSR a key process for sustainable development of the society and the environment
We believe in enhancing welfare measures towards society
We are committed to behave ethically and maintain transparency
We will seek ways to bring a positive impact on society
Provide financial and other assistance to students; promote and spread financial literacy.See Our Initiatives ❯
Promoting gender equality, empowering women, setting up homes and hostels for women and orphans; provide help to people affected by natural calamities.See Our Initiatives ❯
Promote and encourage employment enhancing vocational skills.See Our Initiatives ❯
The PM CARES fund was established to receive contributions from those who wanted to do their bit in combating the Coronavirus pandemic. GCF contributed Rs. 51 Lakh towards the fund to support those affected.
GCF, in association with Ananta Rotary, held a live kitchen for 52 days where food was prepared and distributed to approx 1.5 lakh migrants who suffered due to the pandemic in Delhi due to total lockdown.
An initiative conceived and implemented by Globe Capital Foundation along with Dr. Shroff Charity Eye Hospital, Daryaganj. Free eye check-up camps are held in the underprivileged areas to screen, identify and treat adults and children suffering from Refractive error, Cataract ,Glaucoma and other vision related issues. A mobile van provides a pick and drop facility to patients identified.
The camps were organised with the help of Dr Shroff Charity Eye Hospital and Sewa Bharti team. To increase the participation, community awareness was done by Sewa Bharti using print media formats like pamphlets, banners and interaction of the residents with the local coordinators and social workers. Proper consultation of patients including the importance of surgery, pre and post-surgery care and periodic check-up were done effectively by the doctor's team.
Total Camps held
Total Out Patient Department
Total Cataract Surgery Done
Speciality surgery done
Bharat Lok Shiksha Parishad was founded & registered on 3rd March 2000. Its vision is to bring all round development of the remote tribal and rural villages of India. It operates in over 96000 villages and educates more than 27 lakh children. GCF contributed and supported 400 schools covering 100 villages and approx 12000 kids in the age group of 6-14 years, out of which 5500 girls were provided education.
Right to education is every child’s right and they deserve the opportunity to learn. To help the underprivileged and deserving kids, GCF successfully launched the Educate A Child program. The school fees, uniform and books were sponsored by us for a total of 150 students.
Sponsored Financial Awareness Programme – Com’Acumen 2018 in Jesus and Mary College driven by the necessity to create a new investing culture in the younger generation. An online trading competition Trade Smart was held where the participants had to trade online and earn maximum profit. The winners were awarded cash prizes.
Sewa Bharti, an NGO, runs Balwadi for the children who come from underprivileged colonies to get the benefit of education and learn good values, which will help them become better citizens in future.GCF adopted a Balwadi near Jhandewal, Delhi. It was renovated to provide a better facility for these kids.
GCF in association with Rotary Ananta club adopted Madhyamik Vidhyalya Mamura, Noida to renovate its middle wing rooms which covered classes from 6th to 8th.
Construct hostel for women IAS Aspirants from the weaker section of the society along with Samkalp.
kids provided education
Girl Child Covered
Located in central Delhi, Bal Sahyog is an NGO founded in 1954 for the care and protection of orphan, helpless, abandoned and neglected children.
It also provides vocational training in basic computer literacy in language, power point, internet, MS office, beauty culture, cutting and tailoring, as well as one year diploma courses in computer application, beauty culture, tailoring, library science, housekeeping, early childhood education etc.
GCF took the responsibility to renovate the washroom facility of Bal Sahyog.
Celebrations with Special Children from School of Hope-Tamana Association. On the occasion of Holi, a coloring competition was held at Tamana with special kids and celebrated Holi.
GCF contributed to Karnataka State Disaster Management Fund towards the rehabilitation of flood victims and affected areas of Karnataka.
Kerala witnessed the worst floods in the past 100 years which will take a long time to rebuild from. GCF contributed daily needs and household items like clothes, bedsheets, food etc to provide some relief.
It is a fund-raising initiative by the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India on behalf of members of the Indian paramilitary Forces. The initiative was launched by Home Minister Rajnath Singh in April 2017.
The amount so donated will be credited to the account of ‘Next of Kin’ of those of Central Armed Police Force (all seven) or National Disaster Response Force soldiers. Globe Capital Foundation has contributed to this fund towards the well being of the bravehearts family.
We supported the Vanvasi Raksha Parivar Yojna projects which work towards the preservation and promotion of the culture and rituals of the villages and tribes and provide holistic development.
To promote awareness about the cleaning of Yamuna river ,GCF held functions at various schools where kids participated in different activities related to the environment and to promote the benefits of clean Yamuna.
The main objective is to protect and preserve the entire Gauvansh of Braj Area. This means protecting and providing shelter to all the cows wandering on Braj area. We are privileged to be serving over 8000 cows across 4 gaushalas. GCF contributed towards this cause.
It protects and provides shelter to all the cows. GCF contributed towards this cause.