Conscience at work
At Customer Analytics, we see Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as more
than just a roster of activities. It is an extension
of our approach to work and life. Our
philosophy of 'proportion' and 'balance' is
incomplete without our accountability to the
society we function in.
We are proud to work with causes and organizations that empower the disenfranchised and enable self-reliance.
Our contributions could be in kind, buying supplies, setting up career training opportunities or paying educational dues; or as human capital, through volunteering efforts. Some areas we like to target are: children, children with special needs, health care for children and the elderly, hygiene, education (tuition support, providing supplies or computers) and contributing to maintenance of buildings to support these activities.
Aravind Eye Care Hospital is run by GOVEL Trust, a charitable, non-profit organization, working towards the mission of eliminating needless blindness through high quality, high volume and compassionate eye care affordable by all.
Education of children has always been an important focus of the Customer Analytics’ CSR program.
This year saw natural calamities strike both Kerala and Tamil Nadu, causing extensive damage and rendering thousands homeless.
Aid India focuses on the education of children in rural areas and small towns.
The V-Excel Educational Trust provides vocational training to specially-abled children, ensuring they are able to lead a life of dignity and independence.
The Karna Vidya Foundation seeks to empower visually impaired people through employment by providing training, career guidance and job placement services.
The Karunai Villa Trust, based in Alwarthiru Nagar in Chennai, is an organization that works to rehabilitate the mentally handicapped who are left uncared for on the streets.
Founded in 1970, the mission of the Clarke School for the Deaf is to educate, train and rehabilitate the hearing impaired, mentally retarded, deaf blind and multiple handicapped children, and to help them avail all the privileges that are available to the able bodied.
Contributed to building upgrades, restrooms, sports equipment, computers, computer desks and chairs, and a printer
Construction of 19-stall restrooms
Established in 1998, Manasa is a non-profit institution that caters to the needs of individuals with limitations in their cognitive and physical abilities.
A loving home for 87 children and 43 senior citizens.
Formed with the vision to help families navigate the autism maze; to help optimize the potential of individuals on the autism spectrum and related disorders; and to make them respected and contributing members of the community.