As a company that has always been socially responsible, Raymond has displayed an innate desire and zeal to contribute to the welfare and social upliftment of the community. Our CSR initiatives in education prepare children for life and equip them to take on challenges of tomorrow’s world.
The Raymond Rehabilitation Centre for the welfare of under-privileged children was inaugurated on 3rd July, 2006 at Jekegram, Thane. The centre was inaugurated by our CE, Dr. Vijaypat Singhania and is the result of initiatives taken by CE as part of other similar projects for the welfare of common man, under the aegis of the Sheriff of Mumbai..
With an intention of making less fortunate children independent and self-sufficient in life, the centre provides free vocational training workshops to young boys and girls over 16 years. The three-month vocational courses will comprise of basic training in electrical, air-conditioning & refrigeration courses, tyre puncture and repair, plumbing etc.
At the end of the training period, these children will be awarded certificates and a tool-kit, making them independent to start practicing the skills acquired from the centre. These courses would be conducted by the finest faculty from Industrial Training Institutes (ITI), set up under the Directorate of Vocational Education and Industrial Training, Government of Maharashtra. The Centre will work in close association with select NGOs for the vocational training courses.
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