WHO WE ARE

Snehal Patel Foundation

SPF is a non profitable organization dedicated to bring about a change in the lives of people for good to better the ecology and  environment  around us and to strive to make a more equitable economic society around the areas of our operations.

WHAT WE DO

We operate under the below verticals :

CARE

We engage corporates, organisations and scientists in collaborative action to advance forest landscape restoration and conservation of wildlife and biodiversity.

SERVE

We aim to implement and deliver lasting solutions for climate, nature in such a way so as to get sustainable economic benefit for the community by generating additional income from alternate livelihood activities.

CURE

We address the needs of healthcare in poor and marginalised communities . As well as work on improving the education of school going children which will help them become the change makers of the future.

NEWS

Snehal Patel Foundation organized blood donation camp at ankleshwar with record collection of 298 qualified bloods units in a single day with more than 550 registrations.

 

Snehal Patel Foundation organized medical camp and tree plantation at jambhughoda gujarat.
Under the umbrella of SPF more than 2000 tree planted by the volunteers and assist medical examination with the collaboration of BAPS hospital to the needy people from more than 9 villages.

 

A. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) – Introduction:

SPC Life Sciences Private Limited (“Company” or ‘SPC”) was incorporated on 15th June, 2005 having its registered office at 284/1, 2 & 3, GIDC Makarpua Estate, Vadodara – 390 010 engaged in the business of manufacturing pharmaceutical products.

B. Philosophy

SPC’s CSR philosophy is based on three verticals Care, Serve and Cure
Care: Providing educational/vocational training facilities, undertaking works for environment sustainability, maintaining ecological balance, cultural heritage and monument preservation.
Serve: Uplifting the weaker section of the society by providing for their basic needs.
Cure: Providing health care facilities to economically weaker section of the society.

C. FOCUS AREAS

Education: promoting education, including special education and employment enhancing vocational skills especially among children, women, elderly and differently abled including but not limited to providing financial assistance for development and construction of infrastructure for schools, laboratories, colleges, educational institutions, academic institutions and providing study material, educational books, equipments relating to education such as tables, chairs, stationary and providing all other related facilities and material as needed.

Healthcare: Providing healthcare facilities including but not limited to providing medicines, undertaking various body check up test for various organs of the body for general public and society at large, providing/donating various types medical equipments to various hospitals/healthcare institutions/angadwadis meant for general public and society at large, providing sanitation facilities, providing healthcare facilities to differently abled and underprivileged.

Eradicating hunger, malnutrition and poverty: To provide food items to underprivileged children, orphans, women, slum areas and backward classes, schedule caste, schedule tribes with a view to eradicate hunger, malnutrition and poverty and promote health and nutrition, and to provide vocational training to individuals for taking up employment/jobs, skilful labour job opportunities, undertake slum development and rural development projects with a view to provide sanitation, promote hygiene and making available safe drinking water.

Gender equality and empowerment of women: setting up homes and hostels for women and orphans; setting up old age homes, day care centers and such other facilities for senior citizens and measures for reducing inequalities faced by socially and economically backward groups.

Environment sustainability and maintaining ecological balance: promoting tree plantation, flora and fauna, environment sustainability, maintaining ecological balance, animal welfare, agro forestry, undertaking measures for preservation and conservation of natural resources and maintaining quality of air, soil, and water.

Others: Undertaking any other initiatives, measures, projects, activities and programs which are permissible and prescribed under Schedule VII of Companies
Act, 2013.

D. MODE OF CARRYING OUT CSR ACTIVITIES

  1. To undertake CSR activities on its own or through a registered public trust or registered society or Section 8 Company or in collaboration with other Companies as permissible and prescribed by the provisions of Companies Act, 2013 and Companies (Corporate Social Responsibility Policy) Rules, 2014.
  2. To collaborate with other institutions such as academic, research, government, non-governmental institutions (NGOs); community based organizations (CBOs), civil society organizations (CSOs) and consultancy agencies for implementation of CSR projects & programmes, undertaking studies & action research and sharing of information with a view to promote education.
  3. To undertake, conduct, organize, support, encourage and participate in seminars, workshops, conferences, conventions, training, lecture series, and/or group discussions to create public awareness and to increase awareness among policy makers and to provide vocational/educational guidance, counselling.
  4. To collect, gather and distribute statistical and technical information relating to the issues as stated in the focus areas of the Company and for that purpose to print, publish, issue and circulate periodicals, books, circulars and other literature, and hold seminars, meetings, and conferences.
  5. To serve as a resource centre for collecting, storing, collating and disseminating suitable communication materials and information from different sources to complement focus areas of the Company.
  6. To establish and support professorships and lectureships, scholarships and prizes at any educational institutions engaged in the working of the focus areas of the Company.
  7. To act as a consultant, counsellor, facilitator and/or provider of information to any institution or organization or individual on hunger and food security, gender equality, education, natural resources, poverty alleviation, health and nutrition,
    slum development, environment, renewable energy, water resources, income and livelihood creation and support.
  8. To organize exchange programs for representatives, functionaries, staffs and people involved in initiatives which further the objectives of the company, and to provide training of work in India or abroad.
  9. To make donations, grant endowments and/or otherwise assist in any form
    whatsoever to any charitable organizations/ institutions, registered societies, trusts, foundations, academic and/or cultural institutions who have similar focus areas as
    stated above.

E. Responsibility of CSR Committee:

Following are the roles and responsibilities of CSR Committee:

  1. To formulate and recommend to the Board, a Corporate Social Responsibility Policy which shall indicate the activities to be undertaken by the Company as specified in Schedule VII of the Companies Act, 2013 and rules made there under and make any revisions as decided by the Board.
  2. To identify corporate social responsibility policy partners and corporate social responsibility policy programmes;
  3. To recommend the amount of expenditure to be incurred on the CSR activities and allocation of expenditure to various CSR activities, projects and programs undertaken by the Company.
  4. To delegate responsibilities to the corporate social responsibility team and supervise proper execution of all delegated responsibilities;
  5. To review and monitor the implementation of CSR programs, projects and activities and issuing necessary directions as required for implementation and timely completion of CSR related work.
  6. To perform such other duties and functions as the Board may require the CSR committee to undertake to promote the corporate social responsibility activities of the  Company and exercise such other powers as may be conferred upon the CSR Committee in terms of the provisions of Section 135 of the Act.

Composition of CSR Committee

The CSR Committee consists of following members:

  1. Mr. Snehal Patel Chairperson- Managing Director as Chairman
  2. Mr. Ravjibhai Dudhat – Director as Member
  3. Mrs. Mili Patel- Director as Member