Srishti’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
From our inception, Srishti has believed that the best form of service lies in the art of giving back. Abandoning the impersonal, business-like stance, Srishti lends personal support to people from different walks of life with varied predispositions. We fiercely involve ourselves in the education of underprivileged children through support programmes, empowering them to grasp a brighter future. Srishti also endeavours to lessen employment gaps for people from diverse domains amidst a dense population, sparse opportunities, and merciless competition, by endowing them with initial monetary support that guarantees their eventual financial independence. We ensure that the positive outcomes persist and multiply. Srishti strives to profoundly touch lives, raise living standards and support overlooked communities.
In this regard, Srishti conceived an innovative idea whereby a community could be perpetually served. We constructed temples in rural areas that regularly carry out soil enriching rituals using environment-friendly materials. It equips the locals with stable jobs and provides free, regular meals for the impoverished.
Our director, R. Vijayakumar, has committed himself to educate children from the lower income groups for the past 10 years. His steady vision stems from his belief that education is a basic need, not any different from food, water or shelter, and a key stepping stone which leads to the improvement of economic and living conditions of individuals, and thereby, the society, and country at large.
In order to promote the art of photography and to support photographers, Srishti Digilife sponsors a grant in collaboration with UNSUNG Foundation – “UNSUNG–The Srishti Digilife Grant for Photography”. This annual grant of INR 1,00,000/- will be awarded to a documentary/art photographer nominated by a panel of 3 members.