CSR Policy

V-Guard Industries Ltd., (hereinafter described as "the Company") since its inception has seen itself as a corporate citizen responsible to the society and has pioneered in undertaking activities which promote various social and charitable objectives. Its association with charitable organizations and women self-help groups to set up manufacturing units for producing its electronic products, providing employment to about 3000 rural women, stands testimony to its social commitment....Click here to download

We believe in the amalgamation of corporate management, sustainable development and global responsibility in working toward a better society and thereby a better world. We are committed to greening our environment, supporting the less fortunate and nurturing the downtrodden.

Extending a hand in support of education

Kerala industrialist donates kidney to save a life


V Guard Industries was awarded the ROTARY-BINANI ZINC CSR AWARD (Private Sector) by the Rotary Club of Cochin Metropolis, in association with NIPM Kerala Chapter and ICAI, Ernakulam Branch for Best Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative by a company in the State of Kerala.

Our Joint Managing Director Dr. George Sleeba receiving the award.


The Thomas Chittilapilly Trust

The Thomas Chittilapilly Trust was founded by Kochouseph Chittilapilly, in memory of his late father, C.O. Thomas. It is an extension of the philanthropic and responsible values espoused at V-Guard. It is dedicated to extending its reach to areas of health, education and care.

The trust provides health insurance cover for 1314 families from financially backward classes, 922 families at Tholur Panchayat, Kerala and 105 families in Ramanagaram Taluk in Bangalore, Karnataka.

It also conducts free health camps at villages and backward areas where the reach of proper health care is absent. It sponsors the education of 1587 school children from economically backward sections in Thrissur and Ernakulam Districts in Kerala and Ramanagaram Taluk, Bangalore.

The trust has also made substantial contributions to NGO’s working for various social welfare causes like Udhavumkarangal and the SOS village. It has also donated generously to many national level causes and relief funds like the Prime Minister's Relief Fund, Kargil war victims, relief for the earthquake victims of Latur and Gujarat, victims of the Orissa cyclone and the Tsunami Relief Fund of the Prime Minister as well as the Chief Minister.


An old age home for women, providing shelter and care for those who are unable to care of themselves in Parappur Village, Trissur, Kerala. It is managed by the Sisters of CMC Nirmala Province in whose able hands the inmates receive love and care irrespective of caste and community. The facility accommodates 60 inmates at a time and is recognised by the Board of Control for Orphanages and other Charitable Homes, Kerala.

True to its name, all facilities are provided free of cost and it is a haven of peace and tranquility where the inmates spend the evening of their lives in dignity and comfort.

Shanthimandiram celebrated its first anniversary on 29th May 2010 along with the Inmates. The function started with the blessings of Fr. Franko Kavalakkatt, Vicar, Parappur Forona Church. Various cultural programmes have been performed by the inmates of Shanthimandiram. The function got enriched with the Folk dance by Managing Trustee and family. The sisters of Shanthimandiram also involved with the cultural programmes.

Social Welfare Fund- an employee CSR activity

Social welfare consciousness being embedded in V-Guard work culture has motivated the employees to join hands in reaching out in charity. The Social Welfare Fund was created out of the goodwill of the employees who collate funds and donate towards cost of medicines for the poor in the cancer ward at the Ernakulam General Hospital.

Stabilizer SHG activity

Since its inception, V-Guard has been providing a mutually beneficial income generating option to women. For procurement of stabilizers, V-Guard is working closely with women who have grouped themselves to form SHG’s (Self Help Groups). The important criterion being to provide a stable income for their households and in turn emancipation from poverty. The said efforts have met with resounding success over the decades.