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A community needs a soul if it is to become a true home for human beings. You, the people must gift it this soul. - Pope John Paul II
 
We believe that a community with a soul is the most beautiful gift we can give to the coming generations. This is why; as we climb the corporate ladder we also try to touch the many lives that make Adarsh group. The best community service should start close to home and we strive to do just that.
 
Responsibility towards society
 
  • Outreach Onsite – Adarsh has been setting up schools and imparting education to the workers’ children at every worksite for the past 21 years. Our project called Outreach Onsite encourages workers to send their children to school.
    While helping them carve a better future for themselves, we also ensure that they are well looked after and provide mid-day meals to the children. Today, we have nearly 500 children studying at our ongoing project at Palm Retreat.

  • We have developed a sewage treatment plant for Devarbisnahalli village. With the intention of improving the sanitation facilities, we have extended our in-project plant to the entire village. Around 1000 people will benefit from this plant.

  • We sponsor several sports events in various leading colleges while also providing substantial financial support for the same.

  • We undertake various voluntary and philanthropic activities and donate generously to NGOs, spiritual and other bodies.

  • We have donated furniture to a local school in Ramagundanahalli.

  • We are committed to delivering environmental-friendly quality buildings with state-of-the-art technology

  • Wherever possible, recycling of material is done, such as recycled waste and recycled water, which is used for landscaping.

  • Adarsh, along with nine other builders, developed a road from Brookfield’s junction till Saibaba ashram that passes over Palm Meadows and Whitefield on a 50-50 basis with the government.

 
 
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