Empowering young girls and women with access, opportunities and tools to break the historical cycle of oppression and disadvantage.
We are a platform to serve, harness, and amplify the resources of the Everstone to impact lives and livelihoods of women and girls. We will create a positive impact by addressing the needs of the communities where Everstone is present.
Giving back to our local communities
Everstone Foundation was established in [XXXX] to help address important social issues in our local communities, contribute to economic development and deliver sustainable change.
To maximise our positive impact, we engage in meaningful and long-term commitments in two philanthropic areas that we are deeply passionate about:
1. Making quality education more accessible
2. Addressing gendering inequality
CY 21 CSR Spending (%)
Prime Minister Relief Fund
* Spends Allocation in 2021
Everstone Foundation supported Sharanyam, a home for girls in Mumbai to educate and provide job support, enabling equal opportunity to young girls from disadvantaged backgrounds in Mumbai.
SJS Enterprises, an Everstone investee company, supported KIGS, in Rajasthan in expanding its reach and upgrading school infrastructure and recruiting additional teachers to educate and transform the lives of children of migrant workers.
Indostar, an Everstone investee company, sponsored Pollinate Group to help train and empower 60 disadvantaged women to become entrepreneurs.
Several Everstone investee companies supported Habitat for Humanity India, which helped construct homes, with accompanying facilities for clean water, sanitation and proper hygiene, for people in slum areas.
Several Everstone portfolio companies contributed to Siruthuli, an NGO based in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, which helped restore natural balance through the afforestation of barren land, helping offset the ill effects of rapid urbanization.
Sahyadri Hospitals, an Everstone investee company, supported United Way with 50,000 oxygen concentrators for the underprivileged during the severe second-wave of the Covid-2019 pandemic.