We have implemented a holistic CSR program to promote academics, healthcare as well as conservation of environment towards long-term sustainable development.

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Over the years, we have made a sustained effort towards making a meaningful contribution in promoting health of the communities around our manufacturing units. We understand the urgency to reach out to the underprivileged sections of these communities by providing access to basic health care through various camps & awareness programs organized within the communities.

Our academic development objective is aimed at promoting education as well as providing support to deserving members of the community in which we operate. Promotion of education is undertaken through financial & non-financial support provided to schools in and around the location of our plants. Some of the activities undertaken in promotion of education & academics included Free scholarships to deserving architect & interior design

We stress upon and stay fully committed to environmental conservation and safety in the manner in which we manage our operations. The manufacturing and marketing operations are conducted to ensure sensitivity towards the environment and ensure waste reduction by encouraging 'Green' practices. We have undertaken tree plantations to create green belts at all the plants of the Company across the country.

Red Ramp
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The Red Ramp Project

As part of our social responsibility, H & R Johnson has initiated a Red Ramp campaign to raise awareness in our country about the need to make public places in India open to our people with different disabilities. It is our wish and hope that the Red Ramp Project will enable the people and other organizations in India to sit down, take notice and make a contribution to making our country accessible.

Red Ramp Project - Part 1
Red Ramp Project - Part 2