KVB dedicated five numbers of 8 – seater battery operated electric vehicles in the service of Lord Venkateswara as part of its CSR initiatives – Environmental Sustainability. The cost of the five vehicles is Rs. 29.27 lakhs. The vehicles were handed over by Shri B Ramesh Babu, MD & CEO of Karur Vysya Bank and Board members of the Bank to Shri A V Dharma Reddy, Executive Officer (FAC) & Member Secretary (Ex-officio), Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams.
Karur Vysya Bank today donated a sum of Rs. 3.14 Crores to the PM CARES FUND from its CSR Funds. A DD for the amount was handed over to Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman, Hon’ble Minister of Finance and Corporate Affairs at New Delhi by Shri B Ramesh Babu, MD & CEO of the Bank.
Karur Vysya Bank has donated a sum of Rs. 20.00 lakhs under its CSR Programme to SAMADRUSHTI KSHAMATA VIKAS EVAM ANUSANDHAN MANDAL (SAKSHAM), Hyderabad to support the setting up of a temporary COVID-19 Care facility at the Durgabhai Deshmukh Hospital, run by the Andhra Mahila Sabha at Hyderabad.
To address the emergency need during the peak of the pandemic during the second wave, for providing oxygen support to the critical patients, KVB supported under its CSR program, installation of one Modular Oxygen System of 200 lpm costing Rs. 80.64 Lakhs to Government Hospital Aravakurchi, Karur district and Government Hospital Edappadi, Salem district.
KVB donated towards construction of an emergency COVID care unit at the Government Hospital, Udumalpet, Tamilnadu to accommodate and treat the community members of vulnerable areas affected by COVID-19.
KVB donated a sum of Rs. 10.00 lakhs to the District Collector, Karur through its CSR program. The donation was received by Thiru Ma. Subraminian Hon’ble Minister for Medical and Family Welfare and Thiru V. Senthilbalaji, Hon’ble Minister for Electricity, Prohibition and Excise.
Towards creating a clean and sustainable urban environment KVB donated a battery operated vehicle costing Rs. 2.83 Lakhs for collection, segregation & disposal of household garbage’s of Vellakovil and at Kangeyam Municipalities respectively.
Karur Vysya Bank has donated 10 ambulances to Tamil Nadu Health Systems Project to fight COVID pandemic. The ambulances were flagged off by Thiru M.K. Stalin, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu. The ambulances will be deployed for COVID relief activities across the state, 2 for use in the plains and 8 for use in hilly regions. This contribution is being implemented by the bank under its CSR initiatives at a budget of Rs. 1. 77 crore.
Karur Vysya Bank donated medical equipment costing Rs. 50.50 lakhs to Sankara Eye Foundation, Coimbatore for their hospitals in Coimbatore and Krishnankoil for providing treatment to patients from economically weaker sections of society as part of its CSR initiatives in preventive healthcare.