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Indofil Industries Limited
Kalpataru Square - 4th floor, Kondivita Road,
Off Andheri Kurla Road, Andheri (East),
Mumbai 400059.
Maharashtra, India.

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  • About Us

  • CSR

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) lies at the heart of all our activities at Indofil.

Indofil serves as catalyst because it’s like a substance that causes quick change or development in the community where they operate. The development explains not just about economic or financial development but also the development of community in terms of education, health, livelihood and more. Our strategy includes fostering close and continuous interaction with people and communities around our manufacturing divisions, bringing qualitative changes in their lives and supporting the underprivileged.

Indofil Industries Ltd contributes directly and indirectly, in collaboration with a non-government organisation (NGO) or implementing agencies, to carry out various CSR activities.

Project Khushi
Project Khushi

Project Khushi aims to select, reach and provide financial support to deserving young rural girls from challenging backgrounds. Year one, Project Khushi aims to reach out to selected girls from Maharashtra, West Bengal and the North East, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, and Jammu & Kashmir.

The CSR Committee at Indofil Industries drives this initiative, led by the guidance of the Chairperson, Dr. Bina Modi. Project Khushi will provide support through partnerships and grants for education, vocation such as sports, arts and science.

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Some of the activities undertaken by us at the village include the following:

  • Organised various seed to seed demonstrations, soil testing and training on safe and judicious use of pesticides
  • Operated Agril Library having more than 200 books on agriculture thrice a week at the local club premises
  • Provided computer training through two trainers to 80 students thrice a week
  • Trained 65 young people, mostly girls, for athletics and 40 youths for football, twice every week, by eminent coaches
  • Organised health camps once in every fortnight to provide treatment for ailment and health counselling
  • Constructed sanitary facilities, especially for girls and women, at the village club premises
  • Planted around 250 saplings throughout the village
  • Organised cultural programmes, rallies and competitions to increase awareness about the environment