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Payroll Giving Update July 2015
Top 5
(By Maximum Donations)


ICICI Bank-Rs.7,66,873

KPMG- Rs. 4,94,215

ITC Limited - Rs.4,20,223

Amdocs - Rs.3,85,864

TCS - Rs. 3,69,951

Top 5
(By Maximum Deduction)


Genpact- Rs. 19,90,427

TCS - Rs. 11,83,689

ICICI Bank - Rs. 9,27,094

HDFC Bank - Rs. 8,44,919

KPMG - Rs. 6,84,319

Top 5
(By Maximum avg. sign up value)


YES Bank - Rs. 251

Allscripts - Rs. 246

KPMG - Rs 222

ICICI Bank - Rs. 201

NCR - Rs. 183

Top 5
(By Maximum active payroll givers)

Genpact - 12997

TCS- 5612

ICICI Bank - 4810

HDFC Bank - 4218

Amdocs - 2177

HALL OF FAME

Genpact

Payroll Giving Impact

166 NGOs got impacted by 21,552 Givers by a donation amount of Rs.53,71,252

Cyient - A Giving Story

CYIENT CSR initiative goes beyond charity and it works with the belief that as a responsible corporate, it should take into account its impact on society as much as creating business value.

We believe in the philosophy that sustained development of society is vital to the sustained growth of the businesses that exist within that community. This belief has led us to spend over % of our net profits in the past towards CSR initiatives and increased it to 2% during the current year.

The culture of giving is not just raising funds, "Giving" includes volunteering effort. We have 2000+ CSR Volunteers participate in various CSR initiatives.

To read more...

Cause of the Month

Diability Day

The World needs all kinds of minds

Autsim is not a disease or a disability. Th cause of the month is fight against disability and the reason why the concentration on autism is becasue in India alone we have more than 10 million children suffering from autism. There are many stories that are told and shared one such being of Tito Rajarshi Mukhopadhyay, an autistic 22-year-old who now lives in the US, writes about the 'sensory battle' in his brain in his 2011 book, 'How Can I Talk If My Lips Don't Move? Inside My Autistic Mind'. To read more...

Another story is of Temple Grandin, Livestock handling designer and an Autism activist, talk on TED about how autism is "not a diability but very big continuum that goes from very severe-- the child remains non-verbal-- all the way up to brilliant scientists and engineers". TED Talk

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