Corporate Social Responsibility
CSR has been a long-standing commitment at the ICICI Group and forms an integral part of the Company’s activities. The Group’s contribution to social sector development includes several pioneering interventions, and is implemented through the involvement of stakeholders within the Company, the Group and the broader community. ICICI Prudential Life’s CSR objective is to pro-actively support meaningful socio-economic development in India and enable a larger number of people to participate in and benefit from India’s economic progress. This is based on the belief that growth and development are effective only when they result in wider access to opportunities and benefit a broader section of society.
The Company’s CSR activities are primarily focused in the areas of education, health, skill development and sustainable livelihood, financial inclusion, capacity building for CSR and other activities as the Company may choose to support in fulfiling its CSR objectives. The Company supports programs and initiatives keeping “protection” as the core proposition and cornerstone of all its CSR initiatives since “protection” is core to the Company’s business.
The CSR policy of the Company sets the framework guiding the Company’s CSR activities. The CSR committee is the governing body that articulates the scope of CSR activities and ensures compliance with the CSR policy.
Skill development program for underprivileged youth with ICICI Academy for Skills
Programs for COVID-19 related support
Support medical treatment of underprivileged children/youth diagnosed with Cancer
|Education, Skill development and sustainable livelihood||
Support to improve rehabilitation outcomes of underprivileged children staying in child care homes of Madhya Pradesh
Securing sustainable livelihoods of local communities staying in Himalayan rangelands (Pir Panjal and Ladakh)
|Environmental sustainability and ecological balance||
Immediate financial support to villagers for loss of livestock in three wildlife landscapes across India (Brahmaputra, Western Ghats Nilgiris, Terai Arc and Central Satpuda reserve landscapes)
Encouraging spirit of giving amongst its employees to contribute to society by providing various volunteering platforms
Disaster relief and rehabilitation