Enlightening lives, practicing humanity
Integrating social & environmental concerns in business operations have always been an integral work for Madhusudan Group. Since its inception, Madhusudan Group has always devoted a part of its income to Social Services. Madhusudan Group has been engaged in a number of philanthropic activities centered in Maharashtra during their successful tenure of over three decades. They have been consistent in taking initiatives for the destitute & under privileged community selflessly. Madhusudan Group has also played a major role in contributing to the following work -
- Green Drive Campaign
- Mass Marriages
- Blood Donation Camps
- Yoga Camps
& many such noble initiatives were taken by Madhusudan Group over the years.
Corporate Social Responsibility
Organized Mass Marriage Ceremony
In 2012, Madhusudan Group had organised a Mass Marriage Ceremony in Amravati which recorded the highest number of couples (3600) getting married on the same ground. This event was recorded in the Limca Book of records as well as Guinness World Records.
Organised Yoga camps across Maharashtra. Several of these yoga camps have been prominently presided by Baba Ramdev. Several people enthusiastically attend the yoga camps.
Built Child Orphanage & Old Age home
Madhusudan Group has also established a Child Orphanage & Old Age home in Amravati.
Built Indrakumar Jajodia D.Ed College
Madhusudan group has established the “Indrakumar Jajodia D.Ed College”, in Amravati, for Deaf & Dumb wherein they provide free education.
Blood Donation Camps
Since 1984, Madhusudan Foundation is associated with a lot of Blood Banks & till date two lakhs of bottles have been collected which were used to help the 7/11 Mumbai train blast victims.
Providing Breakfast & Lunch
Since 2008, Madhusudan Group has been providing breakfast & lunch to more than 700 people per day at Amravati General Hospital.
As a part of its green drive campaign, more than 3000 trees were donated after the Government Of India declared Amravati as a "Smartcity". Also, Madhusudan Group has planted trees in Baba Amte Museum.