Infostretch has lived the mantra of giving back since its inception. As we have grown, so have our ambitions and ability to help. Our founders solidified this vision with the 1% pledge – a commitment to donate 1% of our staff time, product, profits and equity to our community and charitable causes.
The 1% pledge is realized thanks to a group of passionate, like-minded Infoneers that truly want to make a difference in their communities. Thanks to them, the pledge is much more than a community service initiative. It is a living testimonial of our belief in giving back and making an active and meaningful difference.
Our involvement runs the gamut-from helping schools, planting trees, supporting menstrual awareness, providing food, adopting a village, painting a school, fixing houses in rural areas, cleaning environmentally sensitive areas, building water coolers in dry areas, and much more.We support these efforts with our time as well as our digital talent and intellectual property-building digital tools, web sites, apps, portals, automation tools, and digital marketing for awareness. Money also matters-supporting the right agencies, organizations and individuals.
Our anchor cause in India provides education and rich experiences to people from the less privileged areas of the society through sports, creativity drama, etc.
Infostretch has been at the forefront of promoting awareness of breast cancer issues. Our team does its part by thinking pink in a big way every October.
This local organization provides food and nutrition education to nearly 250,000 people each month. Our team does a remarkable job helping this cause.
This program focuses on girls in less privileged areas and explains this complex and important topic in a fun way. It includes the creation of a Happy Period Box and Guide – distributed free in each session.
Supporting local elementary schools with backpacks full of binders, pencils, pens, crayons, markers, and more for each child.
Team members take time out to support this group in the local areas and the company supports all volunteers who are actively involved.
This popular international campaign, designed to raise awareness about men’s health issues, has been a huge hit across the entire Infostretch organization. It was christened as an annual ‘Mo-Ment’ by our CEO, Rutesh Shah.
Infostretch collaborates with Shwas, an organization in India focused on creating opportunities for kids; e.g., education enrichment, vocational training, sports coaching, computer training, health awareness, and participation in Infostretch corporate activities.
Every year, Infostretch employees participate in this nationwide indoor cycling event to raise critical funds for rare cancer research.
Infostretch employees contribute their time and efforts working with senior living centers near our offices in the US. They spend a few hours each month with seniors helping them sort out some of the complexities in their life, bringing smiles to their faces.
Infostretch employees are contributing their time and efforts working with senior living centers near our offices in the US. Infoneers spend a few hours each month with seniors helping them sort out some of the complexities in their life and bringing smiles to their faces.
Infostretch volunteers (and their families) package 10,000 meals to be delivered to one of 32 countries in desperate need of food for adults and children.
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