Corporate Social Responsibility

'At Speck', Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a sincere effort to influence society as a corporate citizen with a conscience, in a manner that earns the trust and respect of stakeholders and society. This belief in positive behavior is being embedded in the way we work, as  part of our corporate philosophy of 'Beyond Business Initiatives', we contribute towards making a difference to the global community.

We recognize that we shoulder a larger responsibility. We do business with an open eye - continuously measuring and evaluating the consequences and the impact of our actions. Hence, an essential component of our corporate social responsibility is to care for the community. We endeavor to make a positive contribution to the less privileged in particular and to communities as a whole, by, supporting a wide range of socio-economic, educational, health and environmental initiatives.

Many of the community projects and programs are driven by active participation from our employees. Our commitment to address the needs of the  community and society, translates into  making it a better place to live in contributing and sustaining communities and global issues.

Speck is pleased to have dedicated itself in playing a role by contributing to the lives of the less privileged and challenged.

We have had an opportunity to be part of their lives:

  • Tapasya Trust - founded by a visually challenged person and whose primary mission was to empower visually challenged students by providing them ways and means of studying and gaining the required knowledge.

  • M.V.Foundation - Their main focus is to impart education to the underprivileged children.

  • The Navy Wives Welfare Association (NWWA), Hyderabad - manages a charitable centre for informal education “Balwadi to the children of domestic labour and daily wage earners.

  • AIM for Sev - All India Movement (AIM) for Seva was started in 2000 by Swami Dayananda Saraswati, as an initiative committed to reach out and care for people who need help, irrespective of religion, community and nationality.

  • Chief Minister’s Relief Fund
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