Navigant India Provides Financial Assistance to Organisations

Thiruvananthapuram: Navigant India, a consulting company functioning at Technopark, observed Service Week as part of its CSR initiatives from April 2 to 8.

The Service Week was particularly dedicated to giving back to community, and endorsing the company’s Vision 1 Million 2020 theme that aims at creating a future-ready generation and touching the community constructively.

A team led by Mahendra Singh Rawat, Country Head, Navigant India; Paul Praveen, COO;  Jeena Peter, Director – HR and Vinod Mohan, Compliance Head visited many NGOs and social service organisations as part of the event. The first visit was to Santhimandiram in Thiruvananthapuram and Dejaswee – Mangayar Mangalam and Sri Sarathadevi Anbu Illam in Nagercoil.

The Navigant India team visited ‘Ammathottil’ in Thiruvananthapuram, where the company is building room for sick kids. This was also followed by an eye check-up camp for kids and staff at Ammathottil in association with the Chaithanya Eye Hospital.

As part of the Service Week, the company provided educational infrastructure to ‘Kanthari’ situated on the suburbs of Thiruvananthapuram. The employees also visited Assissi Nikethan and handed over funds to paint the whole building.

Navigant India employees also donated crayons, pencils and stationary items to Bishop Gnandasan Arivu Illam in Nagercoil. Financial assistance of Rs. 40,000 towards installing invertor power supply for the dining room and other areas was also handed over.