WE DRIVE POSITIVE CHANGE by providing infrastructure based solutions to compensate for the lack of basic amenities around Embassy communities.
Embassy has over 3 decades, developed 40 million sq. ft. across residential, commercial, retail, Education and hospitality in India and overseas. We realized soon enough that while we were building state of the art infrastructure in urban and rural India, there were communities around our property that were in dire need of infrastructural support. As we identified gaps in availability of basic amenities in these communities, we started to drive our initiatives of providing sustainable, safe, and child-friendly infrastructure.
68 hotspots cleaned up and beautified around Embassy Manyata Business Park, Embassy TechVillage, Embassy International Riding School and Embassy GolfLinks
Donation of a mobile cancer detection unit, with the aim of serving the rural populations of Karnataka by assisting with early detection and other medical support.
In partnership with the BBMP, Embassy Group installed 24 segregated submersible garbage bins as part of a pilot project to provide adequate waste management infrastructure to citizens.
Aligning with our efforts to focus on Health and nutrition, we donated 2 vans that allow for delivery of milk to 12,000 government school students daily as a part of the mid-day meal initiative
Embassy will sponsor the operations of the clinic, construction of two rooms for drug storage and a tractor with a water tanker. Dr. Ramana Rao and his team treat over 1,200 patients from 350 villages in Bangalore North every Sunday at the clinic.
Embassy Group funds for the Sarvagna Health Care Instituate which provides residents of slums and other urban poor with free dialysis and other subsidized health care.
Plans are in place to continue our impact on such spaces around our properties, beginning with the Hennur Underpass near Manyata Business Park.
With our NGO partner, The Anonymous Indian Charitable Trust, we have implemented a daily waste collection system along with robust awareness campaigns in 5 villages of the Bettahalsuru Panchayat in North Bangalore. The plan is to expand this program to the surrounding villages, and communities.