Our CSR Initiatives

Our CSR initiatives focus on social and environmental development along with promoting Rhenus India's “sense of responsibility” towards the community and surrounding in which we operate.

Basis of our CSR Initiatives

Basis of our CSR Initiatives

  • SDG Goals
  • Relevance to Business
  • Relevance to Society
  • Relevance to Budget

Annual Team Run

Contribution to UNICEF and CARE

  • Rhenus India Team united and joined the Global Team to contribute to the noble cause of donating to UNICEF and CARE.
  • Every single run, walk or hike together, be it short or long, is invaluable and has a significant impact on the well-being of other people.


To provide health services both at curative and preventive treatment to the community.

  •  Free Eye Check up and Treatment
  •  Distribution of spectacles
  •  Cataract Surgeries along with allied test and health check up
  •  Awareness on importance of eye care
  •  Partnering with Vision Foundation of India

Quality Education

  • Providing educational resources (books, equipment, technology).
  • Upgrading school infrastructure (classrooms, libraries, labs).
  • Supporting extracurricular activities.
  • Implementing innovative teaching methods.
  • Facilitating education to maximum no.of children

Clean Water and Sanitation

Rhenus India installed a 500 litres water purifier at Padgha Police Station, Bhiwandi.

The purpose of this initiative is to improve health and well being, enhance quality of life and reduce healthcare costs.

  • Providing access to safe drinking water
  • Promoting awareness about waterborne diseases and the importance of water purification.
  • Enhancing the overall health and well-being of the target population.

Tree Plantation

Rhenus India has been conducting this ‘Tree Plantation’ activity for the past ten years. This activity is carried out with the help of an NGO called “Hariyali” which works in the field of protection and up-gradation of environmental conditions.

In 2023 alone, we have planted and adopted over 1000 trees in the Mumbai, Bhiwandi and Delhi regions.

The heavy monsoons in Mumbai do not deter the spirit of the Rhenus team and there is a wholehearted participation from the team and their families. Rhenus India will continue to contribute to the environment in her own small way.


Under this relief mission, help in terms of monetary support, infrastructure, etc is provided for the following causes:

  • Treatment of terminally ill patients
  • Sponsoring of education of children who can’t afford it and are eager to learn
  • Helping people with buying houses, marriage of children


Our Gaushala at the Iskcon temple at Kanpur takes care of old and hapless cattle. The cow is a self-reliant animal. The cow dung is used as source of fuel, biogas, clean energy and organic manure; cow urine is used as a bio-pesticide as well as a raw material for various medicines. Finally, indigenous cow milk is used as a therapeutic and nutritious product.

We are following innovative methods for raising output from the cows and thus helping those in need in the nearby localities.



  • A small man-made lake (sarovar) has been created at the village Sherda in the District Ganganagar in Rajasthan.
  • The rain water is harvested and accumulated for reuse rather than allowing it to run off. 
  • Its uses include water for gardens, livestock, irrigation and domestic use with proper treatment.
  • The harvested water can also be used as drinking water, longer-term storage and for other purposes such as groundwater recharge.



  • A Dharmashala has been built in a village near Jaipur called Salasar.
  • Pilgrims are generally allowed free stay for a limited duration at the dharamshala specifically built for them.
  • There is also a provision of doing a “Havan”, which is considered to be an important aspect when performing a Puja.
  • A new section of the Guest House and Havan Gruha was inaugurated  in April 2018


Covid 19 wreaked havoc across the world. In India, Mumbai was one of the worst affected cities with the densely packed informal settlements facing the brunt of the lockdown and the spread of the disease. Mumbai has several migrant labors settled here for their daily jobs. With companies shutting down and lockdowns being imposed, the Government of Maharashtra distributed cooked food to stranded migrants and other vulnerable populations by starting a Community Kitchen in Bhiwandi in April 2020. Rhenus India contributed to this project by joining hands with the local authorities.


Other Initiatives

Body Composition Analysis (BCA) Camp

Breast Cancer Awareness

International Yoga Day Celebration

Annual Medical Check-ups & Health Talks

Blood Donation Camps