“When the wind blows there are those that build walls and
there are those that build windmills.”
Businesses cannot be successful when the society around them fails. It has been the earnest endeavour of Lakshmi Ceraamics to maximise tangible and positive impact on people’s lives. Rotarians all over the world have a distinctive process in working together to fight disease, provide clean water, sanitation and hygiene. They also engage in supporting education, growing local economies and promoting a greener environment.
We have signed a MOU with Idhyangal Trust for Project Mathuram at a cost of Rs.10 lakhs for the treatment of children with diabetes.
MOU with Sarvam ENT for Project Uyir Osai, at a cost of Rs.10 lakhs enabling free Ear Operations for the needy.
MOU with Amirtham Breast Milk Donation Drive at a cost of Rs.2 lakhs.
A massive Tree Planting Drive of 5000 saplings was organized with Siruthuli at Anna University Campus at a cost of Rs.15 lakhs.
A Diabetes Retinopathy Vision Screening Centre was set up at a cost of Rupees 3 lakh fifty thousand along with Rotary Bangalore Spandana, an initiative by Rotary Avoidable Blindness Foundation.
In a joint venture with Rotary Aranthangi, Kanal Orange Vision Centre was inaugurated for Eye Screening at a cost of Rs.15 lakhs.
At a cost of Rupees 1 lakh, groceries were distributed to 100 Visually Challenged people’s families.
A Patients Waiting Hall was built at Selvapuram Primary Health Centre, Coimbatore, at a project cost of Rs. 3 lakhs and inaugurated by the Corporation Commissioner.
60 persons donated blood to Indian Medical Association during a Mega Blood Donation Camp held at Lakshmi Ceraamics premises.
In the Mathuram Project at Coimbatore Medical College & Hospital, 40 Type 1 Diabetic Children were benefitted at a project cost of Rs.14.4 lakhs.
‘Building Support to Helping Hands / Hearts’ - An Emergency Care and Rescue Centre for homeless & wandering mentally ill people was inaugurated at Mettupalayam, at a project cost of Rs.7 lakhs.
Rotary Coimbatore Gaalaxy received a Global Grant through The Rotary Foundation, sponsored by R. I. District 7120, New York, USA for Project Mathuram that benefitted 75 Children with Type 1 Diabetes with a Two-year medical support of Insulin and Insulin Pump.
Integrating Corporate Social Responsibility, Business Ethics & Sustainability is an opportunity to do good to the communities where we live and work, and the planet we inhabit. At Lakshmi Ceraamics, we believe.