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You Must Be the Change You Wish to See In The World

Inherent with the culture of serving and helping others, we at PMR believe that we owe a lot to the society and environment and therefore, emphasize on returning to society by serving the underprivileged and spreading happiness through our CSR activities. Being a dynamic and growing relocation company in India, we envision to impact the lives of many underprivilege children. With our crisp vision in-line, PM Relocations is well on its way to executing its ambitious CSR plans to nurture and bring happiness to the lives of people around.

We believe in overall support and hence have contributed and associated ourselves with diverse CSR initiatives to support the cause of education, end hunger and spreading smiles to underprivileged children. Aakanksha Bhargava, CEO – PMR has been a harbinger in bringing together different teams to successfully execute the vision of the company pertaining to their diverse CSR initiatives which are as follows:

"360 Degree Support Impacting the Lives of Children"

Education & Awareness

For us education is an integral aspect to a child’s development and hence we contribute as much to support the cause of ‘Education for All’. At present we support the underprivilege children of our warehouse teams with full year scholarships for their schools and colleges under the program ‘Shivprem Scholarships’. Apart from this we aim to partner and adopt a local courtyard shelter home/school in the NCR region. These local shelter homes/schools are local caregivers and support rural children and mothers with basic amenities such as education, supplementation, pre-schooling, nutrition and overall counselling. Apart from this we conduct a one-day awareness and engagement program with local shelter homes on November 14th ‘The Children’s Day’ for both children and new mothers on ‘Good Touch and Bad Touch’ to impart the essence of child safety.

Donate for Joy

We understand that sharing smiles to underprivileged children with our smallest of efforts can create a rippling impact in their lives. Hence, we have partnered with the Toy Bank, to share happiness with our little efforts wherever we can. We launched the ‘Donate for Joy’ campaign back in February 7th, 2017. As a part of the initiative we placed special Carton boxes at our client’s home and encourage them to support the underprivileged children around us by donating their old, used or new toys, crayons, stationary items, colouring books, study books etc that they do not wish to move with them. Also, in-order to accelerate the giving, we organised a collection campaigns at our offices to donate gifts and toys for the children. Theses items were then sent to the Toy Bank which was further used to support various local schools in deprived parts of the country. As of now we have successfully helped Toy Bank collect and deliver close to 200 Boxes of toys, stationery items and books to children.

Joy Of Giving

In 2015, we started the “Joy of Giving” campaign within the organisation on every Christmas where employees are encouraged to donate anything useful to support people and children who are looking at us with a hope. Every year the employees actively participate to donate and encourage the underprivileged ones. The purpose of this campaign is to develop compassion, humanity and social values among the employees and thereby spread eternal happiness in their lives of people staying the orphanages.

For the same we have collaborated with NGOs’ called Goonj & Prayas where we donated new or usable clothes, food items etc for the homeless and needy ones. In our own small way, we aim to contribute more and more to the lives of people and hence have successfully donated close to 25 carton boxes of used clothes, fresh grocery items to the NGOs.

We also conduct a one-day engagement wherein the we hold a painting competition or fun activity day out with the children supported by these NGO’s. This year the initiative wasn’t limited to Christmas season but extended to the world ‘Penny Day’.