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CSR Policy


Committed to its mission of transforming the society, Mother's Pride activities are guided by its belief in the simultaneous pursuit of economic prosperity, environmental quality, and social equity. We reflect this pursuit through the following commitments.

We are committed to ensure that our business is conducted in all respects according to ethical, professional and legal standards. We are motivated to generate surpluses that can be reinvested for the sustainable benefit of all our stakeholders.

We shall endeavour to provide values-based teaching with respect to student-teacher relationship and provide teachers the opportunities and challenges to be leaders in holistic education of newer generation.

We shall empower women and provide equal growth opportunity at the workplace, and strengthen leadership skills across different management levels.

We strive to provide a professional and friendly workplace culture that nurtures innovation and growth, balancing work with personal life. We have a leaning culture, wherein each employee assumes the responsibility for skill and knowledge development.


We strive to make a positive impact through business and voluntary initiative for the benefit of the community and country.

We shall volunteer to share profit with the underprivileged to enhance their accessibility to basic necessities of life, most importantly education.

We shall provide education and special services to mentally and physically challenged children in a compassionate atmosphere and with expert handling.

We shall continue to educate and enlighten parents on positive parenting practices so as to make future generations strong on values such as respect for elders and fellow human beings.


Our objective is to endeavour to reduce our impact on the environment through a commitment to continous improvement.

In our effort to preserve the environment, our facilities will be housed in environment friendly, spacious, energy efficient green buildings. We shall try to limit the environmental impact of our activities to every extent possible.

Corporate Code on Disability

It is being increasingly realized that people with disabilities can make valuable contribution to businesses and to the national economy. Studies have shown that disabled people are capable, reliable employees, who often stay in the job longer than other employees. They contribute to productivity, to staff morale and to team spirit in the workplace as a whole.

In line with this, the management chose to have a policy on disability in the workplace so as to enable us fulfill our social commitment, and put in place a set of standards as following:

  •    To ensure equal opportunities by offering employment to people with disabilities at par with others on the basis of their skills and ability to perform the job.
  •    The company will not discriminate against people with disabilities and endeavour to provide equal opportunities for promotion, transfer, career development and training, and proactively encourage them to fulfil their potential.
  •    The company will encourage all disabled employees to discuss specific needs with their supervisors, or members of the HR team.
  •    The company will provide access, if not already there and make appropriate adjustments to the workplace and/or employment arrangements in order to enable people with disabilities as required in the fulfilment of their roles.
  •    The company will provide a working environment in which all of its employees are treated with dignity and respect.

Self-employment for Persons with Disabilities & Poorest of Poor

'Pick One to Help'

Mother’s Pride has come up with a very unique idea of providing self-employment in a matchless way ‘Pick One to Help’. We are almost ready to bring some sunshine in the lives of people. We have designed a set of 3 room fresheners with their captivating aroma which transforms our living space into a flower garden. It also transforms the lives of hundreds of under-privileged children with special needs and brings a ray of hope into the lives of hundreds of deprived children.

From this festive season, the product will be placed on the payment counters of big / medium stores. These products cost Rs. 100 each, i.e. Rs 300 for set of 3. All proceeds from the sale of this product will go to the living wages of (one PwD and one PoP) of Savera Special School.

We are working towards transforming the lives of Persons with Disabilities by helping them become productive, self reliant members of society and your valued support can help them find their feet.

Vocational Training, an Earning Activity

The talent of special children of Savera Special School came to limelight in the Diwali Mela on 28th Oct. 2007, at Pitampura. The event was organised in association with Nirmal Dham Society. It was a fun-filled and eye opening event for everyone as these children put up stalls of incredible hand-made products made by them. Some of these included dry fruit containers, pen stand, wall hangings, flower pots of paper mache, decorative candles, floating candles, decorative diyas, decorative terracotta made Laxmi-Ganesh Murtis etc.

Inspired by their talent, we encouraged and supported the special children of Savera Special School, who under guidance and supervision made beautiful decorative Rakhi & Diwali thalis, dhoop and aggarbati packs, bandanwars, candles, painted diyas and statues of Lakshmi and Ganesh for selling on the eve of Raksha Bandhan, Bhai Dooj and Diwali. With 1000 hampers, these children visited APJ School, Mata Jai Kaur School and offices of Citi Group Finance, Reliance Capital Ltd. and the Inter Continental Hotel Group. Children sold all their goods at a very good profit. There were six counters in all and within half an hour all the goods were sold. It was a beautiful sight where little children were buying candles and diyas for their loved ones.

The children who worked in the Diwali and Raksha Bandhan projects were given cash prizes in the Annual Day celebrations of Mother’s Pride School held in Siri Fort Auditorium. 5 children were given Rs. 5000/- each who worked in the vocational unit from 10:00 AM in the morning to 4:00 PM in the evening for making candles, diyas, Raksha Bandhan thalis etc. Those who worked from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM got Rs. 2500/- each. This was the first time such a large amount was given to the children and the parents had tears of happiness in their eyes. They could not believe that their children could earn such a handsome amount of money. Everyone at the event felt extremely proud of the children and their hard work.