Dr. Anju Majeed (left), Director, Sami-Sabinsa Group, presenting the cheque to Ms. Rupa Mahajan, Board Member and Trustee of Sparsha Trust, to empower girls in Karnataka

Sami-Sabinsa Group, a multi-national health science company, through its philanthropic arm, the Dr. Majeed Foundation, made a generous contribution of Rs. twenty lakhs to Sparsha Trust, an NGO dedicated to the education and well-being of economically and socially disadvantaged children.

Dr. Anju Majeed, Director, Sami-Sabinsa Group, presented a cheque amounting to Rs. 20 lakhs to Ms. Rupa Mahajan, Board Member and Trustee of Sparsha Trust, early this week.

The funding will go toward supporting the NGO’s Makkala Dhama initiative, which aims to empower and protect girl students by providing quality education, enhancing their skills, and creating a safe living space. Currently, the ‘Makkala Dhama’ initiative supports 250 girl students in the state of Karnataka.

Headquartered in Bengaluru, Sami-Sabinsa Group has a strong and growing team of over 1400 people in 17 countries. The company is dedicated to making a positive impact on society by supporting diverse social causes, conserving the environment, and creating sustainable livelihoods for marginalized communities in India.

Sharing her thoughts, Dr. Anju Majeed said, “We are happy that we are creating a positive difference in these young girls lives and confident that our efforts will empower them to become better leaders of tomorrow. As a socially conscious organization, our CSR vision is to articulate inclusive growth in our community and support national development.”

In 2022, Sami-Sabinsa through Dr. Majeed Foundation, has contributed Rs. 20 lakhs to the Sparsha Trust towards building homes for deserving children under the ‘Makala Dhama’ initiative.