CSS-Slash employees have been some of the most enthusiastic supporters of CRY. They have been involved in an employee Payroll Giving programme. The consistently high contributions have encouraged the company to increase their commitment towards child rights by funding a CRY-supported project.
The Payroll Giving campaign at Capmark, Hyderabad has over 250 employees partnering CRY to ensure children a brighter, more just world.
Cisco Systems recently held a ‘charity week’ celebration in their offices across the world. The employees of Cisco in Mumbai conducted a fun and learning session for the children of the Sunday program at CRY. Since, CRY was not on the Cisco USA list of charities, the enthusiastic employees of the Mumbai office got together and generously contributed a sum of Rs. 20,500 to CRY.
Coca Cola donated old newspapers to the Delhi office of CRY which were then sold. The money was taken as a donation towards CRY initiatives.
Since 1993, Chamundi Sugars supplies our Bangalore office with 4 kgs of sugar every month.
Chennaionline.com supports CRY by displaying CRY banners; provides coverage on CRY in their editorial section free of cost.
Cross-Tab, an independent market research agency and a leading private sector bank in India jointly conducted an online survey. On every successfully completed survey, as a token of appreciation, the bank donated Rs. 101 on behalf of the participant to CRY.
S.Chand gave Re. 1 from the sale of every copy of select titles they publish. A TV appeal was made with noted lyricist and film personality Mr. Javed Aktar. CRY received Rs. 10 lakhs from this association.
Citibank – an ardent CRY partner has always found unique ways to raise crucial resources for children either through sponsorships or this long-term partnership. Citbank’s most consistent programme with CRY has been the Citibank CRY Affinity Credit Card . Every time a person subscribes to the card or spends on it, Citibank, automatically donates a percentage of the transaction to CRY. This partnership has been supporting project Kislay which works with children in a slum in Delhi. The credit card provides customers the opportunity and satisfaction of being able to make a difference to the lives of underprivileged children by simply using their cards. Just SMS “2484 CRY Citibank Card” to subscribe to a CRY Citibank Card today .
The relationship has now been extended through the Citi Junior Account programme where select Citibank customers can open an account in their child’s name and contribute part of the proceeds to CRY.
Corporation Bank has been a firm supporter of CRY. For every new account opened between Feb 1, 2004 and Apr 12, 2004, anywhere in India, the bank contributed Rs.5 towards CRY-supported initiatives.
Clickcalcutta.com partnered CRY over the last 2 years and continues their support in areas like placing CRY banners; putting a special CRY page on their site to create awareness; covering CRY stories on issues, the child development initiatives it supports; and CRY’s events.
Cadence Design Systems had developed an organisation wide culture to contribute towards the cause of children. They have a voluntary platform named – ‘Make a Child Smile’ for such activities. While employees contribute their voluntary services, the organisation provides finances for programmes like the CRY Cadence School Quiz and the CRY Cadence Corporate Cricket Challenge where the Cadence employees along with CRY generated Rs. 4.8 lakhs. Cadence also supports the education component of a CRY-supported project Mens’ Institute of Development Training in Ghaziabad. They also contributed Rs. 12.56 lakhs to CRY, as part of its Stars and Strikes campaign. Each year, Cadence’s head office in the US matches the maximum resources raised for charity from amongst its various units worldwide. This is the second consecutive year Cadence India has been singled out.
Crompton Greaves Ltd. (Western region) donated 20 ceiling fans and 5 wall-mount fans at material cost for use by CRY Mumbai office.