Ramagya Foundation pledges to not leave anyone hungry during COVID-19

In one of the biggest relief operations amid COVID- 19 lockdown, Ramagya Foundation has dedicated itself to feeding more than 10 lakh poor and homeless people in Noida. Ramagya Foundation has already distributed food packets among 2 lakh people in the last more than two months of the continuing lockdown.

Ramagya Foundation initially started this initiative along the construction sites in sector 77-78 and later extended it to other nearby localities.  Along with the food packets, the volunteers of Ramagya Foundation are also distributing masks, sanitizers and soaps among the daily wagers, labourers and other needy people, besides running a campaign to educate them about adopting the necessary hygiene habits to stop the spread of infection. Ramagya Foundation has also launched a donation web portal: https://ramagyafoundation.org/covid19/ through which anyone can contribute one’s bit to support this noble initiative.

Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Chairman, Ramagya Group said, “The prolonged lockdown due to COVID-19 pandemic has thrown the lives of millions of people in disarray. As a responsible organisation, we aim to ensure that no person should sleep with an empty stomach at this unprecedented time. We look forward to serving food to more than 10 lakh people in the entire period of the lockdown, and this is just a small step in our efforts towards bringing smile on the faces of these helpless people.”

Recently, Ramagya Foundation, under the aegis of “Purusharth Charitable Society”, had launched an inspiring CSR initiative ‘Happy Fridge’ aimed at providing sumptuous food to homeless and needy people. In the progressive path of society development Ramagya Foundation is contributing through several attractive programs,  including  UMEED,  UNNATI,  SANGANAK,  ARADHYA,  URJA  and PANKH focusing on four  core  areas  including  Education,  Skilling,  Physical  and  Mental Health of underprivileged children. 

Giving back to the society is the primary motive of Ramagya Foundation which aims to contribute towards creating educated and developed society by unleashing talent and sculpting each individual soul by imparting values. More than 1,05,000 lives have been impacted through these programs. Ramagya Foundation also runs another most commendable initiative called  ‘NISHABD’  that seeks to sensitize the society towards dogs and  provide  loving,  caring  and  responsible shelter for them. NISHABD has been instrumental in the rescue and rehabilitation of the street dogs that have been starved to emaciation, beaten, confined   in their own waste, shot, or struck by cars.

Ramagya School Noida hosts Mega Conference on CSR Sustainability and its impact upon Education and Sports

A galaxy of thought leaders, policy makers, luminaries, stalwarts and leading lights of education and sports sector converged on a common platform at Ramagya School Noida in a Conference On CSR Sustainability and its impact upon Education and Sports. Organized by Ramagya Foundation, the grand conference kick-started by lighting of the lamp by the Chief Guests Mr. B.P. Mathur, Chief Justice Allahabad High Court, Mr. Jitender Mani, DCP, Delhi Police, in the auspicious presence of Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Chairman, Ramagya Group, Mrs. Rajni Gupta, Director, Ramagya Group, Ms. Ruchika Gupta, Founder, Nishabd, Mr. Utkarsh Gupta, MD, Ramagya Group, Ms. Aparna Magee, Principal of Ramagya School,  and various other notable dignitaries.

The conference brought together NGOs, Corporate, Government Policy makers and Researchers who discussed a broad array of topics related to Corporate Social Responsibility and its benefits to the society as well as the bigger picture related to CSR and its contribution in education and sports. The event also focused on helping the companies and educational institutes understand the gaps in the education sector that could be addressed through CSR initiatives.

Speaking at the occasion, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Chairman, Ramagya Group said, “Through this initiative Ramagya Foundation aims to bring together voices from all the stakeholders working on addressing social issues related to education. We strongly believe that it’s the core corporate responsibility of every organization to contribute to the community and society at large.”  

The thought provoking event which evoked keen response and participation from the audience too, witnessed panel sessions on a wide range of topics including CSR in education and practical wisdom; CSR and Educational innovation and impact upon employability; CSR and new sustainable business model and creative initiatives; CSR and sports, among others.

Mrs. Tripti Khanna, GM- CSR and Skill Development, Ramagya Foundation delivered the welcome and keynote address at the event. Guest of Honor, Dr. Pooja Sakera also addressed the conference. Mr. N.P. Singh, President, Federation of Noida Residents Welfare association (FONRWA), Mr. Jagan Mohan Reddy B, Vice President, Extramarks Education Foundation, Ms. Sonali Sharma, Director-Communications, Helpage India, Mr. Urvashi Goyal, Founder, World Youth Council, Mr. Abhishek Sharma, CEO, Fortuno Saathi Pvt. Ltd., Mr. Ashok Srivastava, Founder, Navaratan Foundation and Mrs. Ranjana Bhargava, Entrepreneure were among the expert panelists who shared their vision and viewpoints in this conference. Besides the plenary sessions, the conference also featured presentation of various research and findings in the areas of CSR and sustainability.