Supporting police Forces Pan-India

Distribution of Dry Rations & Cooked Meals

Support for the Government of Karnataka, Department of Education


At the very core of Embassy Group’s ethos is support for our communities. Consistent with those beliefs, Embassy undertook various initiatives during this trying period across the country to mitigate the damaging impacts of Covid-19 on our communities.

Throughout and post the national and state lockdowns, Embassy has worked to bolster those disproportionately affected by the virus – the poor, the marginalised, our migrant workers, daily wage earners, and our frontline and healthcare workers.

Our employees at Embassy have also played a vital role in assisting those in need, donating 72 lakhs from their salaries towards Covid-19 relief efforts. Under our Corporate Connect program, we were able to mobilise our business park corporate occupiers to partner with us, committing 82 lakhs towards our wide-reaching collaborative relief initiatives.

Supporting During the second wave

During the second wave, Embassy helped set-up and operationalize 47 ICU Beds at ED Hospital, Indiranagar and Jayanagar General Hospital in partnership with Blackstone, ANZ, Swiss Re Foundation, McAfee and CapitaLand. We also Donated 10 Oxygen concentrators to a Government hospital in Pune, 10 Oxygen concentrators to a Government hospital in Kodagu and 15 BiPap Machines to a Government Hospital in Delhi.

Supporting During the third wave

During the third wave, Embassy helped set-up 48 High Dependency Beds at KSRTC Hospital with Yahoo and 40 Children’s ICU Beds with Swiss Re, CapitaLand, AXA XL, 3M, and CII. We also donated children’s ICU equipment to St. Philomena’s and JMJ Hospital with MTR Foods. We also set-up an Oxygen plant in Pune with Blackstone.
Embassy also organized Community Vaccination drives with ACT Grant, targeted at marginalized and underprivileged populations.

Supporting Police Forces and Healthcare Workers Pan-India

At the forefront of containing the pandemic, Embassy Office Parks has instituted a variety of initiatives for police personnel and healthcare workers across the country to aid them in conducting their duties in a safe and sanitary manner. With our frontline heroes overworked on a daily basis, these initiatives aimed at easing their jobs through the provision of much needed protective equipment and other forms of support. During the second wave, 4,700 face shields and 8,000 re-usable gloves were donated to the Bengaluru Traffic Police.

Personal Protective Equipment and Other Forms of Support

  • 50140

    Hand Sanitizers
  • 157300

    Protective Masks
  • 150400

    Nutritional Snacks Provided to Police Forces Across the Nation
  • 3000

    Distribution of Multivitamin Supplements to Police Personnel in Pune
  • 13700

    PPE Kits for Police Forces and Healthcare Workers of Mumbai
  • 900

    Provision of Protective Sunglasses to the Bengaluru Police Force

11 hydration stations across the country

Open since the beginning of the lockdown at City-based Embassy offices where police personnel can receive drinking water, snacks, coffee and tea, access to first aid, sanitisers and toilets. Hydration stations are currently operational in Mumbai and Pune, and were open during the lockdown in Bengaluru, Noida and Chennai.

Testimonials and Other Media

It truly means a lot to receive the support of corporates such as Embassy Group. These initiatives have demonstrated tremendous faith and confidence in the efforts we’ve undertaken during the pandemic and has also increased their expectations of the quality of our continued support.

-Mr. Bhaskar Rao

Ex Commissioner of Police,

Bengaluru City

We were very grateful and pleasantly surprised when we were approached by Embassy to offer their support to our entire force. As the traffic police personnel are working day and night to contain the spread of the virus, we are taking precautions to safeguard their health as well. Such acts of kindness and generosity have really been encouraging and motivating to the entire force.

-Dr. B. R. Ravikanthe Gowda

Commissioner of Traffic,

Bengaluru City Police

Distribution Of Dry Rations And Cooked Meals

In keeping with ethos of caring for the communities around us, Embassy has provided dry rations and cooked food amounting to over 5.6 lakh meals to alleviate the suffering of underprivileged sections of society during and after the national and state lockdown. During the second wave, Embassy also distributed dry rations and personal protective equipment (including face shields, oximeters, masks and sanitizers) to construction and migrant workers in North Bangalore and Bellary District, Karnataka.
  • 3 rounds of ration distribution to 2,000 families of our 17 adopted Government Schools
  • Dry rations for construction workers, migrant workers, daily wage earners and their families across Embassy sites and 17 geographies across Banaglore and Bhiwandi, Maharashtra
  • Over 66,500 cooked meals for daily wage workers and healthcare professionals in 3 geographies in Bangalore

Testimonials and Other Media

Support For The Government Of Karnataka, Department Of Education

Ensuring the health and safety of the around 9.2 lakh students, invigilators and evaluators attending this year’s Karnataka SSLC examinations, Embassy jointly with L&T Technology Services, AXA XL Business Services, Cognizant and Cerner, provided sanitizers for every day of the exams in 2020. In Bangalore, Embassy provided dispensers, protective gloves and temperature gauges to our adopted Government Schools as well as conducted deep cleaning and sanitization of the exam halls and school grounds. Embassy also provided masks and sanitizers for the safety of the invigilators and students during the course of the examinations in 2021 and 2022.

Testimonials and Other Media

Embassy, Cerner, Cognizant, L&T Technology Services, AXA XL and Wells Fargo have all collaborated on this initiative. They have distributed close to 75 lakh rupees worth of sanitizers to all the examination centres across the state. So, in this team effort, we will win this war against the coronavirus. We thank you for your great service to society.

-S Suresh Kumar

Minister of Primary and Secondary Education

Government of Karnataka

We would like to thank you on behalf of all headmasters, teachers and students, and we are very grateful to your team. We have received the sanitizers for all our centres and it will be very helpful to our students as well teachers.


Kanakapura TQ

Ramanagara District

Thank you: The SSLC exams for the year 2019-20 have been directed by the Hon’ble Karnataka Government to carry out all security measures in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. For these exams, Embassy Group has provided sanitizers for the benefit of all of our students. From the teachers, students and the office of the field instructors – we offer them our heartiest thank yous.

-Field Instructors

Chennamman Kittur