Giving back to the community
Wherever we operate around the world, we do our best to be a positive force for our communities.
In India, we support high-impact organizations — United Way, Habitat for Humanity, Shanti Bhavan, SOS Children’s Village, Samarthanam, and others — to uplift the marginalized and connect them with transformational opportunities.
Recognizing some of India’s urgent priorities, we especially focus on quality skill-building and educational opportunities for children, youth and women. Read more about our Corporate Responsibility Framework. Find out more about our community-building initiatives.
Supporting India’s comeback against COVID-19
Advancing education and capabilities
ExxonMobil is helping to build India’s human capital by backing educational and capacity-building initiatives. We are a long-standing supporter of Shanti Bhavan Children’s Project, which provides a home and education to disadvantaged children, empowering them to change their future.
We also support family-strengthening programs that enable vulnerable families to care for their children. Our targeted initiatives help them learn skills to improve family income and ensure that children have access to essentials such as health and education.
Building essential infrastructure
Facilitating access to healthcare
Boosting STEM opportunities
Skill building for women
Volunteering for impact
Our employees regularly volunteer to mentor young students, guiding them on their career path. Adapting nimbly to the COVID-19 situation, our volunteers conducted online personality-development workshops for schoolchildren and hygiene-awareness sessions for teenage girls.
Our employees have been specially recognized for enabling out-of-school children from migrant families to bridge their learning gap. We also participated in the drive to help restore Bengaluru’s famous Seegehalli Lake.
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