Muvi Foundation wins Tech Cares Award 2022
The 2022 Tech Cares Award has been given to Muvi’s CSR project, the Muvi Foundation, by TrustRadius, the most reliable research and review platform. The third-annual Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Award honors businesses that have gone above and beyond to offer beneficial CSR initiatives for their staff members and local communities.
The three main tenets of Muvi Foundation’s founding were Uplifting Society, Empowering Communities, and Inspiring Generations. Each Pillar embodies the business’s and its founders’ philosophy of giving back to society.
Over the past year, the foundation has worked on a number of noteworthy projects, including:
- Organized a blood donation camp in collaboration with the Red Cross Society Blood Bank at SCB Medical, Cuttack and the Bhubaneswar-Cuttack Police Commissionerate at Muvi’s India Development Center, which is located in Bhubaneswar on the eastern coast of the Indian Subcontinent.
- Installation of a full solar power system in an elderly care facility located in a city neighbourhood
- Conducted Food Distribution in Refugee and Migrant Worker Camps During the COVID-19 India Lockdown
“Muvi is devoted to helping underserved communities by promoting their social advancement and inclusive progress across geographies. With significant investments made to date, Muvi Foundation has made some of the most significant CSR footprints in Odisha, on India’s East Coast, and has changed many lives through several interventions in the surrounding urban and rural areas. We sincerely appreciate Trust Radius’s acknowledgement of us and consider ourselves to be greatly honoured. It gives us great motivation to further up our efforts to transform communities and create a just and sustainable society, according to Anshuman Das, founder and CEO of Muvi LLC.
Each nominee organization for the TrustRadius Tech Cares Award had to be a B2B technology company that had demonstrated effective CSR programmes in one of the following areas: support for both in-person and remote employees, volunteerism, diversity, equity, and inclusion programmes, charitable giving and fundraising, or environmental sustainability initiatives. Everyone, including individuals who work for or with the corporation, were eligible to propose an organisation for this prize. The TrustRadius research team carefully examined each nomination, and the person being nominated presented the evidence in support of their claim.