The list of Covid19-Corona Virus Pandemic help by Indian corporates

Adani Foundation has contributed Rs 100 crore to the PM CARES Fund for the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

Tata Sons and Tata Trusts have pledged to contribute Rs 1,500 crore for the cause.

Reliance Industries had made an initial contribution of Rs 5 crore besides opening India’s first COVID-19 hospital in Mumbai.

The JSW Group said it will extend the financial assistance of Rs 100 crore to combat the deadly virus.

Engineering and construction giant Larsen & Toubro announced Rs 150 crore donation to the PM-CARES Fund. It has set aside over Rs 500 crore per month to support about 1.60 lakh contract workers.

TVS Motor Company said it will donate Rs 25 crore to the PM’s Relief Fund for battle against COVID-19 pandemic. TVS Motor Company, along with group firm Sundaram-Clayton, plans to spend Rs 30 crore towards making a million masks, employing factory kitchens, supplying food to daily wage laborers, and exploring the possibility of making ventilators.

The Sajjan Jindal-led group will provide equipment to healthcare workers and its employees will donate one day’s salary.

Anand Mahindra of the Mahindra & Mahindra Group had offered to provide Mahindra resorts as care facilities for those infected. The Mahindra Group is also working on making ventilators for Covid-19 infected patients.

Several FMCG companies such as ITC, HUL, RB, and Godrej have also pledged material and monetary aid to help the government.

ITC chairman Sanjiv Puri announced the conglomerate has set up Rs 150 crore COVID-19 contingency fund to provide relief to the most vulnerable section of the society, provide assistance to rural healthcare and even provide protective gear for medical staff.

Private sector lender Kotak Mahindra Bank and its Managing Director Uday Kotak announced a Rs 60-crore donation. The bank will donate Rs 25 crore to PM Cares Fund and Rs 10 crore to Maharashtra Chief Minister’s Relief Fund, it said in a tweet.

Megha Engineering and Infrastructure Limited (MEIL) managing director PV Krishna Reddy has donated Rs 5 crore each to the Chief Minister’s relief funds of AP and Telangana.

Hero Cycles has set aside Rs 100 crore as a contingency fund.

The Bajaj Group has pledged Rs 100 crore to be used to support the up-gradation of healthcare infrastructure, initiatives for providing food and shelter, and economic aid programs in rural areas.

Infosys Foundation will help establish smart classes in 1,000 government higher primary schools in Karnataka in a Rs 20 crore project.

More than 500 fuel Stations of BPCL came forward to help migrants with food and shelter.

Parle Products is giving 30 million packets of Parle G over the next three weeks to the needy.

Sun Pharma has committed to donating Rs 25 lakh worth of drugs and hand sanitizers.

Curefit has pledged to contribute Rs 4 crore. And under their #MovementForMovement challenge, whoever completes 12 days of online workout, Cultfit will donate Rs 100 to the PM relief fund.

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