Jamshedpur, March 22: Tata Steel has launched Tata Volunteering Week 5, a series of community welfare programs at Jamshedpur, which mark 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, 2014 to commemorate the 175th birth anniversary of Tata Steel founder, Jamsetji Tata.
A press release issued by the steel major said that continuing with the engagement under Tata Volunteering Week 5, a team of employees from JDC Engineering Services and WGO of Tata Steel visited Nirmal Hriday, Baradwari on March 15, 2016.
The volunteers collectively brought food items, which were distributed amongst the inmates for healthy engagement. Volunteers also donated 1000 litter water tank & four ceiling fans to inmates of Nirmal Hriday.
A free medical health check-up camp for villagers and school children was organized on March 17 at primary school of Bhurudih.
The camp was organized by a team of employees from JDC New Bar Mill, Tata Steel. Nearly 200 villagers including children came for the health check-up. Doctors advised them various medicines and consultation during the camp.
This was followed by a cleanliness drive by a team of employees from Tata Growth Shop on March 18. Employees from different sections of the TGS came forward and joined this mass movement of cleanliness in Adityapur, Jamshedpur.
A team of employees from LP planning department of Tata Steel along with their partner Beekay Steel Industries Ltd. visited Primary School of Harisunderpur, Ghamaria, on March 18. On the occasion, employees distributed 111 notebooks, pencil, eraser etc. to 37 children.