Sneha Sambandh

An Initiative to Connect with our Mechanics

In our constant endeavor to connect with our mechanics to help them grow personally and professionally, we have developed an initiative named “Sneh-Sambandh”. Under this initiative we plan to build a closer emotional connect with the mechanic fraternity and their families and going forward to recognize their individual contribution to our field and the Fleetguard brand.

We are facilitating the first activity in this direction, which is providing free tetanus injections to mechanics & their assistants (chotu). We took this as a proactive decision of taking the doctor to the mechanics instead of waiting for the mechanics to go to the doctor in this ‘Injection Drive’. We have arranged to provide 6627+ tetanus injections to mechanics and their chotus till December 2017.

Currently, Fleetguard is working on rolling out other beneficial activities not only for mechanics and their chotus, but also for their family members.

Blood Test & Blood Donation

Conducting blood tests of school students

Blood related emergencies are a frequent occurrence, especially in rural places. Our efforts to combat this menace in our small way resulted in Blood Testing and Blood Donation Camps.

Sujal Abhiyaan

Providing clean drinking facilities at schools

Clean water is important for a disease-free childhood. This insight made us take up an initiative to provide clean drinking facilities in schools.

Joy of Giving

This project has always received an extraordinary response from Fleetguard. This particular activity starts around Diwali time when our associates jointly and open-heartedly contribute daily utility items, groceries, clothes, gifts and donations for underprivileged citizens.

Our PAN India associates have participated and contributed towards the ‘Joy of Giving’ initiative.

Jaldhara Abhiyaan

Rural Water Supply

This remarkable project has changed the landscape of rural water supply. People near to Yawat village, close to Nandur factory, were facing water scarcity for agriculture & non-drinking purposes. By clearing the old canal route, which was non-functional since 1993, a new water resource was made available to that village, which has flourished agriculture and brought prosperity to the region.