IIFL foundation, the CSR arm of IIFL Group, a financial services conglomerate, was started in 2015 to contribute to addressing the most pressing problems faced by our country. Be education program with illiterate girls in Rajasthan or financial literacy and inclusion for the poor and vulnerable communities in rural West Bengal or work with displaced and affected community after any natural disaster anywhere in India, IIFL foundation undertakes long term, high impact projects that creates sustainable change and transforms lives.
Natural Disasters are mostly unpredictable and may cause massive damage to individuals and the settlements.Read More
IIFL is a leading diversified financial services company and we feel that creating a financially aware and literate populationRead More
Health is Wealth and for poor it is everything. Each year IIFL Foundation conducts two big health camps for the benefit of thousands of peopleRead More
Natural Disasters are sudden and are the worst calamity man has ever faced.Read More
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World CSR Day
Skoch BSE Award for Corporate Social Responsibility is a prestigious award given after several rounds of shortlistings. Over 500 companies apply for this award of which this year only 55 were chosen and IIFL Foundation was one of the proud recipients. The award ceremony was held at the iconic hall of BSE in Mumbai attended by the industry bigwigs.
National Award for Excellence in CSR & Sustainability for our sustained work during the Covid 19 pandemic for Outstanding contribution to the cause of Education, Best CSR Impact Initiative (Sakhiyon Ki Baadi) & CSR Leadership Award - Awarded to Ms.Madhu Jain for leading one of the largest education initiatives in India during Covid-19 and undertaking initiatives to support livelihood and health concerns of the underprivileged community
Best CSR Impact Award for "Wadhona Nullah recharge in Maharashtra", which is likely to impact lives of about 10,000 people across 10 villages in Arvi block of Wardha district.