TOX® India CSR 2021-2022
The CoVID-19 pandemic gripped India once again in its second wave in April-May 2021. TOX® PRESSOTECHNIK (INDIA) PVT LTD (TOX-IN) striving to fulfil its social and national responsibility towards supporting the healthcare infrastructure and in tackling oxygen shortage across India, donated more than 43% of its CSR funds in one of the largest civic-led initiatives- Project ‘Mission Vayu’ run by PPCR (Pune Platform for CoVID-19 Response), anchored by MCCIA (Mahratta Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture). Project Mission Vayu with the support of numerous donors was successful in donating 7,800 oxygen concentrators, 875 BiPaP ventilators, and 50,000 pulse oximeters across India, aggregating an outlay of INR 100 crores.
Continuing its previous CSR initiative in the field of education in its rural local area, TOX-IN undertook to build educational and sanitary infrastructure at Zilla Parishad Primary School, Village Ambadvet, Pirangut, Pune. TOX-IN spent 55% of its funds towards complete refurbishment of classrooms at the school that needed urgent repairs.
Also, continuing its previous year’s ongoing project with an outlay of 50% of previous year’s funds, completed construction of proper restrooms for boys and girls in the school premises. TOX-IN also donated 2% of CSR-funds to a charitable institution ‘Maharshi Karve Stree Shikshan Samstha’, Pune that has been working relentlessly since 125 years towards educating destitute women and thereby empowering them to become self-reliant.