Elpro City Square mall, as a part of its CSR initiative, celebrated Valentine’s Day by lighting up the lives of underprivileged kids. Children belonging to Gurukulam NGO were invited to the mall, where they indulged in various delightful activities which were a first for them and they were really very excited to be a part of this celebration. The objective of this initiative was to mark the occasion of Valentine’s Day by spreading the message of unconditional love.
Going by the phrase, “Happiness always begins with a sweet note”, a huge 500 Kilos heart-shaped cake was made by Elpro City Square mall in association with Caramella’s for the occasion. The cake was cut by Gurukulam kids and was distributed to all the kids in the Mall.
Talking about this initiative, Mr. Deepak Kumar – Chairman & MD, Elpro International Ltd. said, “As a responsible corporate, we have been continuously striving on the CSR front to devise action-based solutions to bring about a societal change along with our consumer-centric initiatives. It was wonderful to host this lovely bunch of children on Valentine’s Day. Our property came alive with their love, laughs, and giggles and we were truly happy to see them having so much fun.”
While many are chasing transactional targets, Elpro is constantly working to provide a platform to help the society and spread awareness about various social issues. Elpro through this initiative aims at putting out a powerful statement of doing business with compassion in today’s competitive business world.
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