4th May 2020: Since COVID-19 pandemic has brought the world down to its knees, many brands have pledged to donate and support the cause. Corporate India is helping the government to fight the coronavirus outbreak by donating, supplying medical equipment and opening hospitals. Below brands have done their bit and are acting responsibly amid covid-19.

Oriflame

A leading direct-selling Swedish beauty brand, has always been at the forefront of extending support to those in need. In its latest efforts towards helping the community, the brand has donated 5000 masks to the Delhi Police along with 5000 masks and soaps each to the Delhi government.

The brand has also gone out of its way to contribute to the PM Cares fund. Each employee of the organization has extended one day’s salary as a donation towards the fund. The actions are aimed to equip governments with requisite tools to strengthen the preventive infrastructure while dealing with the crisis.

Shalimar Paints

In these tough times, Shalimar Paints has extended a helping hand to the community of painters by setting up a relief fund for the registered painters. Shalimar Paints donated paint to the SGT Medical College in Gurugram, which has been creating quarantine wards for the coronavirus affected patients. Apart from SGT Medical College, Shalimar Paints has also pledged to donate its paints to Lemon Tree and Fern Hotels, which are offering rooms as quarantine centers for COVID-19 patients.

Nexzu Mobility

India’s leading end-to-end electric mobility solutions provider, has recently forayed into the personal protective equipment space. As part of its commitment towards community protection amid the unprecedented COVID-19 outbreak, the brand has introduced state-of-the-art face shields. The face shield by Nexzu Mobility has been designed to provide an extra layer of protection over face masks. Covering the entire face, the shield is highly-effective for inhibiting the spread of droplet-based viruses. It is, thus, beneficial for the essential workers such as healthcare professionals, police officers, security personnel, etc, who are acting as frontline warriors in the fight against the deadly COVID-19.

MG Motors

In this hour of crisis, MG Motors stood with the government of India to fight and overcome the spread of the pandemic of COVID-19. As a socially responsible organisation, MG Motor India announced a donation of Rs. 2 crore for the government hospitals and health institutions providing medical assistance to ensure the health and well-being of the medical staff and underprivileged sections of society. 

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