Our Philanthropic Activities

Corporate Social Responsibility has always been an integral part of the Minar Group’s vision. Over the years, Minar Group’s efforts in education, health, and environment have transformed the lives of thousands of people all over the world.

At the Minar Group, Corporate Social Responsibility is not just a duty; it’s a way of life.

In the midst of growing business we have never forgotten our social responsibilities and are proud to be associated with HOLY FAMILY ASHA NIWAS, an Orphanage for underprivileged girls.

The orphanage is home to young girls who are abandoned, run away from abusive homes and the children of commercial sex workers. In 2001, the Sisters of Asha Niwas started to care for 5 children at Mahavir Enclave, providing them with food, shelter, health care, education, protection and rehabilitation. Today, there are 90 young girls, accommodated in two campuses – Mahavir Enclave & Najafgarh.

We believe that little girls with dreams become women with vision and, we try our best to help young girls realize their potential & lead a healthy, happy life.

Minar Group defines Corporate Social Responsibility as making socially responsible products, engaging in socially responsible employee relations and making a commitment to the community around it.

Minar Team has always come forward to support and help people in need. Employees of Minar Group Companies donated their one day salary for flood reliefs in Kashmir in October 2014 and for Kerala in 2018.

Independence is freedom to think, act and speak your mind. It also means responsibility towards our Country and on the occasion of Independence day, Minar sponsored a breakfast along with a donation to the Delhi Council for Child Welfare (DCCW); an NGO set up in 1978 to provide a home for lost, abandoned or homeless children. The DCCW is home to more than 60 children that Minar hopes to positively impact.

Minar Group was also present at Taj Palace’s Charity Gala in August’19 to support the Taj Public Service Welfare Trust (TPSWT), which was founded by TATA group in the aftermath of the unprecedented terror attacks on Mumbai in November 2008.
The Trust aims to assist victims of terror, natural disasters, members of the armed forces & other services who demonstrate bravery in their line of work.