Jamshedpur, March 15: Tata Steel is committed to actively support and sustain the community around its area of operations.
In regard, Tata Steel has launched Tata Volunteering Week 5, a series of community welfare program, at Jamshedpur. The program marks the month-long activities under the Tata Engage Program, a Tata Group Initiative.
Tata Engage is a volunteering program aimed at encouraging the Tata Group employees around the globe to get involved in community welfare. The program was launched on March 3, 2015 to commemorate the 175th birth anniversary of the group’s founder, Jamsetji Tata, a press communiqué issued by Tata Steel stated.
The Volunteering Week kick started on March 9, 2015 with a free medical health camp organized at primary school of Ramgarh village covering two villages, Chota and Bada Ramgarh.
Volunteers from customer service division, Tata Steel, visited the villages to facilitate early detection of deficiencies and general health of villagers of Ramgarh. Nearly 300 villagers from Chota and Bada Ramgarh including children came for the checkup.
This was followed by a cleanliness drive by JDC Power Systems Department on March 11, 2015. Employees from different sections of the JDC Power Systems came forward and joined this mass movement at Sonari, Jamshedpur. The idea was to spread awareness about cleanliness and hygiene.
On March 12, business performance enhancement department, Tata Steel, visited the “Centre for Hearing Impaired for Children (CHIC)” on the occasion of their Annual Function.
The volunteers collectively brought few items like toys, durries etc., which were distributed amongst the children. Volunteers also donated a 190-liter refrigerator to CHIC.