Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative with us


At Innovation Foundation and Chava Pratishthan, our focus is on making a positive impact on society through our Social Initiatives. We aim to help students overcome challenges, create an environment that supports accessible education, and foster innovation. Our programs are designed to empower students, improve educational opportunities, and encourage creative thinking.

Our Approach

Student Support

We're dedicated to assisting students in overcoming educational challenges.

Programs for Accessible Education

Our various programs ensure that everyone has access to a good education. This includes scholarships, mentorship programs, and providing educational resources.

Innovation Enhancement

We actively work on boosting students' innovative thinking through workshops, competitions, and mentorship programs.

Donate to Our NGO

You can contribute to our initiatives by making a donation. Your support will directly impact our efforts to empower students, improve education, and foster innovation. Every donation plays a crucial role in creating a positive change in society. Our goal is to contribute to the overall development of individuals and communities by following the principles of CSR.

Innovation Foundation and Chava Pratishthan is a registered non-profit organization in Maharashtra. We have the approval of the Charity Commissioner of Maharashtra, demonstrating that we adhere to the rules. We’ve also been given the green light for CSR activities. You can rest assured that we’re a legitimate and trustworthy organization, and we can provide official documents proving our commitment to following the law. Our dedication to ethical practices forms the basis of everything we do to make a positive impact on society.

What is Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

In today’s world, companies aren’t just about making money—they also have a responsibility to give back to society. This shift in mindset came with the Companies Act, 2013. According to Section 135 of this law, big companies with a net worth of Rs. 500 crores or more, a turnover of Rs. 1000 crores or more, or a net profit of Rs. 5 crores or more must spend at least 2% of their average profits from the last three years on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities. This means investing part of their earnings in projects that benefit society. These rules, including specific schedules, became effective on April 1, 2014, and go beyond just following the law—they encourage companies to actively contribute to the well-being of the communities they’re part of.

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