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CSR Initiatives

At KALS, we have adopted a triple bottomline approach. While we are always mindful of our financial success, we also try to ensure a healthy environment and an empowered community around us. Our practical approach to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) focusses on giving back to the community in which we operate while adding value to the society around us. Fundamentally, this means acting ethically and responsibly as individuals and as a company. It also means being committed to helping the less privileged and making the society a better place to live in.

Our CSR motto outlines the KALS spirit and approach in reaching out to the community -

'We will keep helping and feeding people in need, till there comes a day when nobody needs it for free'.

In order to achieve our Corporate Social Responsibility goals, we focus on five themes in all our programmes:
     ✓ Health & nutrition
     ✓ Education
     ✓ Women empowerment
     ✓ Environment
     ✓ Sports

Mr. Vasudevan, Chairman & Managing Director of KALS Group, takes a keen interest in providing better education to children hailing from his native village in Tamil Nadu, through the Higher Secondary School of repute run by his family.

Over the years, KALS Group has undertaken numerous CSR initiatives touching areas including upkeeping and maintenance of temples in their native village, education and scholarships, caring for environment, social welfare, and responsible drinking campaigns. We ensure compliance with all Local laws as applicable.

We do not promote alcohol consumption to people who otherwise do not drink or to those below the legally permissible age.

KALS Group has always believed in upholding human values and community service at all times. In 2018, it came forward to contribute generously to the Kerala Chief Minister's flood relief fund to help people affected by the devastating rain and floods in Kerala.