HCLTech implements its Corporate Social Responsibility agenda through its CSR arm, the HCL Foundation. Various flagship programmes and special initiatives of the Foundation endeavor to contribute toward national and international development goals, bringing about lasting positive impact on people and the planet through long-term sustainable programmes with thematic focus on Education, Health & Sanitation, Skill Development & Livelihood, Environment and Disaster Risk Reduction & Response. Child protective strategies, inclusion, and gender transformative approaches remain central in all initiatives of the HCL Foundation, thus ensuring equitable development and opportunities for all.
Early Childhood Care & Development (ECCD)
Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene
Skill Development & Livelihoods
Disaster Risk Reduction, Response
Gender & Inclusion
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Kgs Carbon Sequestered
Athletes Positively Impacted
Para Athletes Empowered
A patch of land near Singanallur Railway Station in Coimbatore, was a dump yard where the residents disposed their garbage. In April 2019, HCL Foundation partnered with an NGO - Siruthuli and Indian Railways to transform this 2.5-acre dump yard into a vibrant lush mini-forest. A dedicated intensive outreach programme was initiated to ensure community participation and campaigns were launched to…
Priyanka and her husband lost their jobs to the pandemic and the ensuing lockdown. With no income coming in and a child to feed, the young family was desperate. It was at this challenging time, that Priyanka encountered the Clean Noida project in September 2020. One year later, a confident Priyanka is a respected sanitation worker in her area, collecting around 60 – 70 kg of waste per day from…
Together they will work in 11 blocks of Hardoi district of Uttar Pradesh to develop solar projects for irrigation, agro-processing, cold storage, and climate change mitigation for livelihood improvement. The partnership is aimed at creating positive changes in the lives of farmers and low-income rural community members by replacing fossil fuels with low-carbon and low-cost solar energy. As part of this collaboration, eight community solar pumps will be installed, operated, and maintained in two villages of Hardoi where farmers currently rely on diesel pumps and lack access to reliable and affordable irrigation.