Dollar Industries Ltd. initiated a CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) activity from 3rd May 2017 to serve people with fresh cold drinking water to cap the heat of Kolkata and remain hale and hearty. Starting from Dumdum Police Station area and Dumdum Private Road Bus Stand area, 26 water huts have been inaugurated by the Chairman of Dollar Industries Limited, Shree Din Dayal Gupta at different regions of Kolkata. On 25th January, 2018, 15 Water Huts have been set up by Dollar Industries in the various location of Bhubaneswar as well. Dollar has also provided Blue star water cooler machine to Sidharth United Social Welfare Mission Orphanage Chinar Park- Tehghoria and Kamardanga Police Station. Contribution towards society has been an integral part of Dollar life since foundation. This is just another small endeavour to serve people and society.
On World Environment Day, Dollar in association with SEED organized an awareness program with the children of socially excluded Lodha Community in Sagar Island. Lodha community has been designated as the vulnerable primitive tribal community of India by the Government of India. Due to their social status, the Lodha children are not allowed to be a part of primary education in mainstream schools by other local communities of Sagar Island. It was a matter of rejoice that we provided them school aids like bags, writing materials to encourage them for studies and to spread some happiness.
We celebrated Children's Day in association with an NGO called 'Prachesta'. We celebrated it with underprivileged children who reside in footpath of Gariahat area in Kolkata. We arranged cake, food for them and also provided caps just to spread little happiness on that very day. It was just a small endeavor to bring some light to those little folks, to make them feel special It gives us great pleasure to be with them.
Dollar Industries Ltd. organized The Kolkata Half Marathon-The Royal Bengal Run, in association with Amity. It was one of the flagship events in the city of joy on 5th February, 2012. Dollar Industries took pride in this association to support the cause of the underprivileged little angels of Amitasha, transforming their lives through free education, meals, books, uniforms and holistic care.