After launching a series of relief efforts in Uttarakhand for families affected by Covid-19, Hero MotoCorp, the world’s largest manufacturer of motorcycles and scooters, today launched a unique social assistance program for 50 families affected by Covid-19 in Rajasthan, in association with ‘Nath Sanskirti Seva Santhan’ (NSSS).

The initiative – which is part of Hero MotoCorp’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) platform “Hero We Care” – aims to support women in affected families by creating favorable conditions to maintain their livelihoods, by providing them with essential services such as food security and nutrition as well as the education of their children.

The project was launched today by Shri Satish Poonia, MLA – Amer in the presence of Dr. Rakesh Kumar Meena – SDM, Jaipur, Mr. Vishwamitra Meena – SDM, Jamwaramgarh and Mr. Bharatendu Kabi, Head – Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR ) & Corporate Communication, Hero MotoCorp.

Amer MPP Shri Satish Poonia said, “During crises like these, it is important that we all come together. Hero MotoCorp has done an amazing job mobilizing its resources to help those who need it most. humanitarian efforts and initiatives will help improve communities in the state. And, as companies like Hero MotoCorp expand their support in the Rajasthan region, our mission to get the company back on its feet will be strengthened and prepare us for an unforeseen future. “

Mr. Bharatendu Kabi, Head of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Corporate Communications, Hero MotoCorp said: “As a responsible corporate citizen, Hero MotoCorp strives to meet immediate humanitarian needs and challenges. long-term economic challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic. . We are launching a skills development program aimed at empowering 50 of these women to make them employable and self-sufficient in the long term. This initiative will help them obtain the required training and develop their entrepreneurial skills to obtain better livelihoods, thus contributing towards the sustainable development of communities. We will also provide a monthly allowance for the educational and nutritional needs of children who have lost their parents or guardians due to Covid-19.

As part of this partnership, the company and NSSS will support children who have lost one or both of their parents or guardians and women who have lost their spouse due to Covid-19, in the districts of Amer and Jamwaramgarh in Rajasthan.

Shares of Hero MotoCorp Limited were last trading in the BSE at Rs. 2,852.25 from the previous close of Rs. 2,848.95. The total number of shares traded during the day was 127,641 in more than 2,175 transactions.

The stock hit an intraday high of Rs. 2882.6 and intraday low of 2847. Net turnover during the day was Rs. 363,662,819.


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