MUMBAI, JULY 2014:
For over 5 decades BVC has continued to establish various benchmarks in the business sector, thanks to valuable clients and the society as a whole. In recognition of the continuous support BVC has received from the society, BVC Foundation has provided educational aid for over a decade and 2014 was no exception. In the continuous effort to provide educational support to lower income and underprivileged employees and their families in the Diamond &Jewellery Sector, on June 14th, 2014, BVC Foundation handed out stationary to those employees to help their families reduce children’s stationary costs. The event, held in Mumbai, was a success and attended by over 1000 from the D&J Industry.
Mr. Bhavik Chinai, Director of BVC Ventures, said “Through this annual initiative, we make a difference to over 1000 families and team BVC shall continue to contribute and improve lives.” Mr. Chinaiwent on to share “The long term vision of the foundation is to create a substantial difference within education and healthcare for the underprivileged.”
BVC Foundation, the charitable arm of BVC Group of Companies is set up to aid various sectors of our society including education and healthcare. BVC strongly believes in corporate social responsibility and contributing to the development of the society. BVC Foundation works closely with various charitable organizations to help improve the living standards of the underprivilegedthrough providing educational and healthcare benefits to the underprivileged and aid in animal welfare.
The BVC Foundation along with BVC Charitable Originationconducts various joint projects, contributing financial resources to various foundations like the Giants Group, JSC and SKJ Foundation.BVC Foundation recognizes that helping to educate the underprivileged youth of India will result in a better quality of life for all. Since 1997, BVC Foundation has donated 15,000 books annually, in addition to sponsoring the yearly academics of children in remote areas.