Partners

How is Road Safety covered in CSR?

Road Safety can be broadly categorized into two parts; Crash prevention and Post-crash response. Both these parts of road safety are covered under the ambit of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) under Schedule VII of the Companies Act, 2013. Crash prevention is covered under Schedule VII section (ii) “Promoting education” and Post-crash response is covered under Schedule VII section (i) “Promoting health care including preventive health care”. Download the Government of India, Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) General Circular 21/2014 on CSR here.

Why partner with us?

Through focused programs, corporates can contribute to improving road safety and emergency care in India and make our roads safer.

Transparency

SaveLIFE Foundation is a registered non-profit which complies with all applicable statutory and regulatory requirements. Our financials are available on our website and we are audited annually by an independent auditor. SaveLIFE Foundation was awarded the Indian NGO of the Year in 2014 by Resource Alliance, Rockefeller Foundation and EdelGive Foundation for its high standards in transparency and accountability.

Impact Focused

SaveLIFE Foundation runs impact focused programs that aim at either preventing road crashes or at improving post-crash response.

Monitoring and Evaluation

SaveLIFE Foundation implements monitoring and evaluation tools for each of its projects to ensure optimal utilization of funds and maximize impact.

On-going CSR partnerships

SaveLIFE Foundation is working with a number of corporate partners such as Mahindra & Mahindra, Vodafone India, Renault India, DHL Express (India) to implement impact focused CSR projects in road safety and emergency care across India.

How to partner with SaveLIFE Foundation?

Organisations can partner with SaveLIFE Foundation through their CSR in two ways; Projects and Support

  1. Projects

SaveLIFE Foundation partners with organisations to plan and implement impact focused CSR projects to improve road safety and emergency care. Some potential projects are

Anticipatory Driving and Accident Prevention Training (ADAPT)

Training high-risk commercial drivers in techniques of anticipatory driving that helps them avoid accidents.

Jeevan Rakshak Training Program

Training Police and Citizen first responders in techniques of Basic Trauma Life Support (BTLS) enabling them to help injured road accident victims.

Research

Develop and publish research studies pertaining to specific risk factors in Road Safety and Emergency Care.

Young Drivers

Expand the anticipatory driver training program to include young drivers under the age of 25 years.

Training of Two-Wheeler Drivers

Expand the anticipatory driving training program to include two-wheeler riders.

Awareness Campaigns

Conceptualize and execute impact focused awareness campaigns.

Events

Events focused on road safety and emergency care such as awards programs can be jointly implemented.

Public Policy Advocacy

Support our advocacy efforts to improve road safety and emergency care laws and their implementation.

  1. Support

Organisations and their employees can support SaveLIFE Foundation’s work through the following

Payroll Giving

Payroll giving gives the employees of an organisation the opportunity to contribute directly to road safety and emergency care in a hassle free manner.

Corpus Fund

Corporates can support SaveLIFE Foundation by contributing to our Corpus Fund to execute and sustain our programs.

To know more about how your organisation can partner with SaveLIFE Foundation, please contact

Aditya Nayan

[email protected]

Mobile: +91 9910305797