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The Group CSR Film
This video, which was showcased at the AGLC 2015, shows a glimpse of the various community initiatives and volunteering activities undertaken by the Tata group in the year 2014-15
The Sunderbans Project
With the help of Tata Steel Processing and Distribution Limited, groups of adolescent girls in the Sunderbans, called the Green Rhinos, are working hard to assist nature conservation in the area while also learning to be youth nature leaders in the process.
Ragini’s Hockey Team
Ragini’s story can inspire the spirit of sportsmanship among many more girl children in the fisherman community of Mahul, Mumbai. Watch how Tata Power’s community intervention to battle low gender inequality continues to grow and empower young women.
Digital Literacy
Since 2007, MJunction has been helping the underprivileged acquire the necessary digital literacy and communication skills to pursue their dreams. This is the story of one such candidate who could soar to new heights after the program.
Ejunction Project
With focus on key areas such as Employability, Education and Empowerment, Ejunction aims to catapult their learners to the forefront by equipping them with basic but important digital skills.
Livelihood Generation from Ashes
While addressing the needs of the youth for gainful employment, in the tribal areas of Jharkhand, Tata Power saw an opportunity to turn fly-ash into bricks for construction. With the assistance of Tata Group, self help groups of youth were formed to undertake the business of ash brick as a collective enterprise.
Magic Bus Initiative
With a view to transform the lives of the children living in the slums of Mankhurd, Tata Power brought the Magic Bus initiative to mentor young minds and guide them to the path of education, good health and responsible behaviour.
Nature and Biodiversity Conservation
Apart from the mangrove oases along Trombay and botanical gardens in Khandala, Tata companies continue to work towards development of more such green belts to support flora and fauna in the city, and across the nation.
Saving Marine Turtles
As part of their sustainability efforts TCS joined hands with local NGO Sahayadri Nisarga Mitra to establish an extensive turtle conservation program to work towards the protection of Olive Ridleys.
Self-defence Classes for Adolescent Girls:
With gender based violence on the rise, Tata Group recognised the need to equip young women with basic self defence skills to ensure the safety of young girls in the city.
Skills for Youth
To develop the skills of the youth, Tata Power has adopted an industrial training centre in Mulshi to facilitiate employability and to help young people realise their dreams.
Colours of Change
Watch Tata employees in action during Tata Volunteering Week, a volunteering format under the Tata Engage program- a platform for employees, their family members and retired Tata employees to come together and volunteer for causes close to their hearts.
Multiplying Happiness
Tata group employees actively took part in different community events spending time with students and elderly. Music, dance and a two day career counselling session for students marked the events.
Volunteering for Swach Bharat
Tata group employees, in support of the Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan, (A national cleanliness campaign) created awareness among the public about cleanliness, hygiene and sanitation,
A Step to Success
In India a large number of underprivileged children tend to drop out of school due to lack of coaching and learning aids. To help young students remain in school and complete their education, Tata Motors decided to initiate an intervention in more than 140 municipal secondary schools in Mumbai.
For a Healthy Future
Despite India’s rapid economic growth Child Malnutrition rates have not witnessed big improvements. As part of its CSR efforts, the Tata group, through Tata Motors, partnered with grassroots organisations to try and address malnutrition that damages the physical and cognitive development of young children.
Skills for Success
As part of the Tata Affirmative Action Programme, Tata Motors has forged a partnership with the Ramakrishna Mission to empower local youth through skill development. 
Chasing a Million Dreams
Fuelling the aspirations of the youth across India, Tata group launched a skill building program called Tata STRIVE. A group CSR program, Tata STRIVE draws upon the technological competencies and infrastructure of various Tata group companies, and other partners, with the collective mission of building capacity to train the youth of India.
Mahseer - Saving the Mighty Fish
Tata group’s Mahseer project began in 1975. Its achievements of more than 40 years makes it the longest running conservation effort by a private corporation in India. 
Transforming Lives
Tata Communication in partnership with the NGO - CHIP Mumbai, in 2014, has piloted the School Enrichment Program (SEP) to strengthen the quality of education in government run schools.
The Custodians of Raisina Hill
The hospitality staff at the Rashtrapati Bhavan have great skills and experience, but did not have any formal certification to qualify their expertise.
Tata STRIVE, in collaboration with IHCL, stepped in to polish the skills of these Chefs, Butlers and Hospitality staff, through a programme that would help certify their skills and prepare them for better opportunities in the future.
Touching Lives through Education
Even after the introduction of the Right to Education Act, many children do not have access to quality education in India. With the help of Tata Steel Processing and Distribution Limited, three schools are reaching out to help those children who would otherwise have remained forgotten.
Preserving our Heritage
Established in 1896, the Connemara Library (Chennai) houses some of the most respected collections in the country. For Tata Volunteering Week 5, Tata employees helped refurbish this library, and in the process learned so much more about rare regional books. Each one played their part to realise the goal of a Million volunteering hours by the Tata group.
Learning through Fun and Games
Tata group employees contribute their time and effort to shape young mind, for a better tomorrow, as part of Tata Volunteering Week 5 held in March 2016. From games on nurturing nature, to value education lessons and more, each volunteer played their part to realise the goal of a Million volunteering hours by the Tata group.
Creating Beautiful Memories
The Tata Volunteering Week 5, held in March 2016, gave many Tata employees the opportunity to serve the community in need. Each one played their part to realise the goal of a Million volunteering hours by the Tata group.
Every Life Counts
Employees of Tata Steel Jamshedpur volunteered to improve the crematorium facilities, in Parvatighat, Jamshedpur (India). This is a touching story of one of the many community initiatives taken up by Tata employees across the group.
Tata STRIVE – Empowerment Coaching for Facilitators
Training can skill youth for jobs, but it is good coaching that empowers them to maintain their careers and grow in a fiercely competitive marketplace. Towards this objective, Tata STRIVE has instituted ‘Empowerment Coaching for Facilitators’, a training programme designed to transform trainers into coaches. This unique pedagogy is complemented with next-gen curriculum and an exclusive teaching methodology.
Disaster Response and Rehabilitation in J&K
Amidst intermittent rainfall that threatened to arrest all rescue and relief operations, Tata group continued to plough through all odds, to aid those affected by devastating floods in Jammu & Kashmir in 2014. Tata group has reached out to close to 400,000 people across India and Nepal in the past three years, though relief measures and extensive rehabilitation programmes.
Responding to communities in need after humanitarian disasters has been an integral part of the Tata tradition, and continues to strengthen the group’s legacy of leadership with trust, for today, tomorrow and beyond. Tata group’s efforts right from the rescue and rehabilitation of refugees, in 1947, to providing relief in the wake of the Nepal earthquake, has firmly upheld the belief of its Founder, Jamsetji Tata.
Uttarakhand – Fortitude after the Floods
In the devastated Uttarakhand hills, the Tata group's efforts to provide immediate relief and support with long-term rehabilitation, has helped build community resilience in the aftermath of the floods in 2013. Tata group has reached out to close to 400,000 people across India and Nepal in the past three years, though relief measures and extensive rehabilitation programmes.
Responding to communities in need after humanitarian disasters has been an integral part of the Tata tradition, and continues to strengthen the group’s legacy of leadership with trust, for today, tomorrow and beyond. Tata group’s efforts right from the rescue and rehabilitation of refugees, in 1947, to providing relief in the wake of the Nepal earthquake, has firmly upheld the belief of its Founder, Jamsetji Tata.
Tata Volunteering Week 6 - Every Action Counts
The exciting part of Tata Volunteering Week is how employees, family members and retirees, world over reach out to others in tandem – making waves with their collective efforts and new ideas to help propagate awareness and great learning. Here's a snapshot of all the exciting efforts to touch lives, through TVW6.
Tata Engage, the international volunteering programme of Tata group, wound up its sixth Tata Volunteering Week (TVW6) in October, 2016. TVW, one of the volunteering formats of Tata Engage, offers a range of company-organized volunteering opportunities across 80 locations, which witness participation of senior leaders, employees and their family members, and retirees.
Be More, Do More: ProEngage Volunteer Creates Reporting System and Trains Non-profit Staff at Sanand
ProEngage is a part time, skill based volunteering programme for Tata employees, their family members and retired Tata colleagues. Volunteers share their skills to help effect lasting change that impacts communities and improves lives. ProEngage Volunteer Kunjan Singh has created a reporting system and also trained Non-profit staff at the Manav Seva Education and Charitable Trust, in Sanand. This is his story.
Be More, Do More: ProEngage Volunteer helps build Donor Management System for Non-profit
ProEngage is a part time, skill based volunteering programme for Tata employees, their family members and retired Tata colleagues. Volunteers share their skills to help effect lasting change that impacts communities and improves lives. ProEngage Volunteer Yatrik has helped build a Donor Management Information System for the Blind People's Association, in Ahmedabad. This is his story.
Be More, Do More: ProEngage Volunteer Helps Build a Health MIS for Non-profit in Udaipur
ProEngage is a part time, skill based volunteering programme for Tata employees, their family members and retired Tata colleagues. Volunteers share their skills to help effect lasting change that impacts communities and improves lives. ProEngage Volunteer Lay Shah has helped build a Health Management Information System for Non-profit Basic Health Care Services, in Udaipur. This is his story.
Saving 'Vhali'
In 2004, Tata Chemicals (TCL), in association with the Wildlife Trust of India (WTI), Indian Coast Guard and forest department officials took the onus of saving the world's largest fish and near-extinct species, the whale shark, popularly known as 'vhali', on the coasts of Gujarat. Since then, with advancement in technology and with the support of the local fishing community, the initiative has managed to help reinforce conservation efforts with its new tracking and monitoring system.
The Wonder Women of Okhai
Okhai continues the march towards fulfilling its vision of being a brand that symbolises empowerment of rural and semi-urban women while recognising and promoting traditional handicraft techniques that are in danger of dying out with increased industrial growth and rapid urbanisation.
TSM 2017 Leaders’ Speak – Mr. Harish Bhat
As a part of Tata Sustainability Month 2017, Mr. Harish Bhat, Brand Custodian, Tata Sons, shares his views on the growing importance of brands with a purpose, why customers increasingly prefer products that are sustainable, the growing need for responsible consumption and production and how Sustainability and Marketing teams should see each other working, in synergy.
For the past eight years, the month of June has been celebrated as Tata Sustainability Month to embed ‘sustainable thinking’ at the core of the Tata group’s strategy and encourage employees to embrace SMART (Sustainable Meaningful Actions for a Responsible Tata) decisions in lifestyle and business.
TSM 2017 Leaders’ Speak – Dr. Mukund Rajan
As a part of Tata Sustainability Month 2017, Dr. Mukund Rajan, Chairman of the Tata Global Sustainability Council (TGSC), has a special message for colleagues, on why sustainability is everybody’s business.
For the past eight years, the month of June has been celebrated as Tata Sustainability Month to embed ‘sustainable thinking’ at the core of the Tata group’s strategy and encourage employees to embrace SMART (Sustainable Meaningful Actions for a Responsible Tata) decisions in lifestyle and business.
TSM 2017 Leaders’ Speak – Mr. Sanjiv Mehta
As a part of Tata Sustainability Month 2017, Mr. Sanjiv Mehta, MD & CEO, Hindustan Unilever, shares his thoughts on the importance of sustainability becoming an integral part of every business function and how corporates like the Unilever and the Tata group, with their shared philosophies, have the responsibility of leading the change towards a better future.
For the past eight years, the month of June has been celebrated as Tata Sustainability Month to embed ‘sustainable thinking’ at the core of the Tata group’s strategy and encourage employees to embrace SMART (Sustainable Meaningful Actions for a Responsible Tata) decisions in lifestyle and business.
Launch of report ‘We Dream of a Better World’
The Tata group in partnership with the UN in India launches ‘We Dream of a Better World’ - a report which maps its contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in business, CSR and philanthropy.
The SDGs are the world’s most ambitious vision for sustainable development yet and will reshape the practice of development globally, including the role of the private sector. The Tata group believes that the role of business is not just about giving back to society from its profits but also about ensuring that the processes it employs to earn these profits are ethical, socially responsible and environmentally sound.
Training with a Touch of Tajness
The hospitality sector currently requires manpower that is equipped with the right skill set. The Hospitality Training Programme, set up by Taj Hotels in partnership with Tata STRIVE, aims to fill this gap and provide the nation's less privileged youth, an opportunity to launch their career in the field of hospitality. The partnership creates highly skilled & professional workforce to serve the needs of the thriving hospitality industry in India and globally.
Since the initiation of the Taj Tata Strive partnership in April 2016, six centers across India have been launched. The cities of Jaipur, Bangalore, Goa, Trivandrum, Agartala, Chhindhwara, and Mumbai are now home to these hospitality skill training centres.
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