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Corporate Social Responsibility

GoSahi.com steps up and responds to Covid-19 crisis; urges Corporate India to “GoSahi” and contribute

As a part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives, GoSahi.com has decided to be a part of Corporate India’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. Towards this end, all employees of GoSahi.com will collectively contribute their one day’s salary from the month of May 2020, to the PM CARES Fund.  In addition, a sum of Rs. 100 from every loan disbursed through the GoSahi platform till June 2020 will also be donated to the PM CARES Fund, thereby complementing the employees’ donations.

 

During these uncertain times, we stand together with the nation in its fight towards this pandemic and together we will beat it. The company urges every Indian and every corporate which is in a position to contribute to come forward, do the right thing and support the country. We are calling it the #GoSahi Initiative, #Corporate GoSahi.

Gaurav Kumar, CEO GoSahi

Commenting on GoSahi.com’s response to the unusual situation that India and the rest of the world is facing right now, Gaurav Kumar, CEO, Preminen India said, “These are tough times for a nation which is bound to impact employees and businesses all our the country including ours. During these challenging times we have to do what is right for the country and that is what we are doing through the – #GoSahi Initiative, #Corporate GoSahi.

 

Preminen India is part of 2 global companies who have always been at the forefront of CSR initiatives, so continuing this philosophy and also the message of Prime Minister of India we are doing our bit to contribute towards the PM Cares fund. We also commit to keep the entire team on board and will also be giving normal increments as per company policies and standards. The team has put in a big effort over the last year and they deserve this. A big and a heartfelt thanks to the entire staff at GoSahi.com which have come forward to contribute one day’s salary for this noble initiative.”