MMF supports various institutions on a monthly basis. Some of the institutions we cater to are schools for the blind, senior citizen homes, leprosy homes and others who approach for assistance.
The following are some of our initiatives:
Mukul Madhav Foundation started computer classes for the women of the Gramin Mahila Vikas Kendra at Phansop, Ratnagiri and mothers of the students at Mukul Madhav Vidyalaya. The course began in July 2013, in our school premises at Ratnagiri and is being offered at a subsidized cost. The school's computer teacher is conducting these classes in which women are being taught basic computer operations and Microsoft Office.
We also organized a 'handicraft workshop' for the women of the Gramin Mahila Vikas Kendra, in an attempt to provide rural women with an opportunity to maximize their income generation potential.
We have been actively running the tailoring classes since 2008. A six-month certified course from Community polytechnic under Government Polytechnic, Ratnagiri is taught to 25 women per batch. Till date over 400 women have benefitted from these classes. Clothes sewn are donated to expectant mothers in the Government Hospitals of Ratnagiri.
Mukul Madhav Foundation and Finolex Industries Ltd inaugurated skill development centres in 2 remote villages of Masar and Abhor, in Gujarat, on the 15th of September 2016. These centres provide a 3-month certification course in computer and tailoring, for both women and students of the village, at extremely subsidized rates. This course is taught by trained professionals hired by Finolex Industries from a local NGO, Shree Charitable Trust, Baroda. This program aims to empower at least 20 women in each course, at each centre.
A mid-day meal project began at Poona Womens Councils English Medium School to provide nutritious and sumptuous meal to 550 students. Recently the same is extended to students from the Kanya Sangh school at Nigidi.
Mukul Madhav Foundation is associated with a number of orphanages, remand homes and schools for the handicapped and blind, leprosy homes and old age homes in Pune. We help them in upgrading their infrastructure, as and when required, and also make donations such as physiotherapy equipment, woolen shawls and sweaters, blankets, utensils, personal hygiene products, towels, shoes, buckets, groceries, books, stationery, and other necessary articles to these organizations on a monthly basis.
Mukul Madhav Foundation, Finolex Industries and Gulf Oil Lubricants, in association with Pune Police and Traffic Police Department, came together to commemorate the Road Safety Week in Pune, in January 2017. The two corporates have together distributed 1,600 helmets and face masks to the Pune Traffic Police men and women.
To mark the occasion, a 36 km Road Safety Rally was organized on 15 January 2017.
The event witnessed participation from officials of Pune Police and Traffic Police department, employees of Finolex Pipes and Gulf Oil Lubricants, along with bike enthusiasts from the city.
The volunteers and participants of the rally created awareness on the necessity of following traffic rules and regulations for a smooth and congestion-free free driving experience.
In 2018 a similar initiative was supported to to Ahmednagar Police Force by providing with 500 helmets.
With the help of Gulf Oil (Mr. Sanjay Hinduja), ZF Steering Gear India Ltd. (Mr. Utkarsh Munot), Indo Global Infrastructure & Utility Services Pvt. Ltd (Mr. Sanjiv Aurora) and Finolex Industries, MMF successfully raised 29.25 Lacs for the Bhatkya Vimut Jati Shikshan Sanstha (BVJSS) Ashram Shala in Wagholi, Pune, which is an orphanage housing 400 children. With the help of these funds, we helped rebuild their 4 kitchens, dining area, water proofing of the entire house, purchased new cupboards, repaired existing doors and windows and placed new ones where needed and donated 60 bunk-beds, 120 mattresses & pillows, 8 cupboards, 400 uniforms, 400 bedsheets with pillow covers and 400 Sholapuri chaddars for the children. We also painted the Sai Baba statue outside this ashram. It was indeed a heartwarming experience to see the children enjoy the new, better and safer conditions.
Further to this, Mr. and Mrs. Manish Jaitha of Jivraj Baloo Trust donated Rs. 5 Lacs, to begin a vocational project of goat farming, in a second home of BVJSS in Pabal, Maharashtra (35 kms further from Wagholi) where 50 children, who are mentally or physically-challenged reside. This project not only helps the children develop a vocational skill but also solves the problem of providing milk to all the children at the Wagholi house.
Social Welfare Projects In Pune