The communities where we operate have been instrumental in helping us build our business. Giving back to the communities has been one of our top priorities. We partner with local organisations that focus on education for children, skilling for youth and mobilising women through self-help groups that enable them to earn. We also provide healthcare for families to ensure long term wellness.
The Forbes Marshall Foundation was set up in 2012 to invest in organisations and strategic social innovation projects that are in Maharashtra, India but outside our immediate geographic communities. We focus on tackling issues in education, building resilience in communities, and supporting good governance. By investing in future innovations, we believe that we can collaboratively tackle some of the most pressing but unsupported issues faced by our society.
The communities where we operate have been instrumental in helping us build our business. Giving back to the communities has been one of our top priorities. We partner with local organisations that focus on education for children,skilling for youth and mobilising women through self help groups that enable them to earn. We also provide healthcare for families to ensure long term wellness.
We actively engage with community members to identify needs that will help us achieve a common goal towards an equitable society.
We collaborate with organisations and work collectively with community members to co-design, monitor, and support solutions that address their needs.
We strive to build awareness, perspective and provide access to resources that can catalyse change within the community.
The Shehernaz Medical Centre has 28 beds and provides free medical assistance to members of the community
Creating shared value for the company and community through the Engineering Training Program
Girl's Scholarship Programme
Through FM’s Umang Program, Rupali gained the confidence to become an entrepreneur and now runs her own successful business
We have supported the Zilla Parishad, Pune, in their efforts to provide food grains to migrant workers in the Pune area.
To ensure that our community was supported with basic meal requirements, the Forbes Marshall Kasarwadi canteen served as a community kitchen for 20 days in May, providing 1000 meals per day.
Our efforts to assist health and safety included collaborating with hospitals in Pune to provide funds for medical equipment and floor disinfectants.
We recognised the need to rebuild livelihoods for families who lost their source of income due to the lockdown. We worked with the women of our communities to generate income through stitching masks.
We have supported the Future of Impact Collaborative - an initiative to support NGOs working towards building resilience in underserved communities.
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