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Corporate Social Responsibility

For us, People come first. Always!

It makes no difference whether they are part of our company, or of our clients, or just ordinary people from society. Our commitment to them, and their welfare remains the same.

That is why PEOPLEPLUS® and its Founder Director have been deeply involved in a number of social and community development initiatives.

A few of the important projects that the team from PEOPLEPlUS® is directly associated with are:

  • Maharashtra Lokahita Seva Mandal (MLSM) – The trust has a team of about 60 professionals who work for the eradication of TB, leprosy, etc. through a network of 28 centres across Mumbai. PEOPLEPLUS promoter Alex Emmanuel is a Founding Trustee, and along with other employees of PPHR is associated with the activities of MLSM.

  • Society for the Rehabilitation of the disabled and handicapped (SREDHA) – A body that provides education sponsorship, assists AIDS patients, and runs community programmes. Currently assists over 200 AIDS patients and sponsors about 70 children in Vasai, Madhya Pradesh and Kerala, besides other community projects.

  • World Vision India - a Christian humanitarian organization involved with long-term sustainable community development programmes and immediate disaster relief assistance with the vision of creating lasting change in the lives of children, families and communities living in poverty and injustice.

  • VEDHI - Vadakkedom’s educational , development & health initiatives ( vedhi) is a trust formed by our founder director and his late wife to contribute a portion of their earnings to promote & support initiatives which will help generate employment and provide educational initiatives. The name of the trust is being changed to commemorate the memories of Dr. ( Mrs) Sheila Emmanuel who recently passed away. Currently 18 students are being helped besides providing financial help for treatments.