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Towards making a framework for giving back, Web Spiders commits to a 1/1 pledge wherein the company donates 1% of its profits and 1% of paid time of its employees towards charitable causes. This is a humble and minimum way of giving back, and we do this because not only because it feels right, it further makes us connected with the world around us.
Corporate Social Responsibility
Web Spiders has played a sustained and extensive role in advancing and promoting Corporate Social Responsibility. We believe in being actively involved with and giving back to the community, reflecting our concern for social responsibility and good citizenship. Since our inception in 2000, we have been committed to doing business and conducting ourselves in a socially responsible manner, so as to earn the trust and respect of our customers, partners, employees, and the society at large.
We believe in doing business differently, with a firm commitment and dedication to Corporate Social Responsibility that has the potential to reach and influence the lives millions of people. We respect the society within which we conduct our business, and strive to attain its recognition and goodwill.
In our quest to align our corporate goals with the larger societal goals, Web Spiders is directly involved with and actively supports the following organizations:
Vipassana Research Institute (VRI)
VRI is one of the world's largest centers for the practice of Vipassana meditation, offering ongoing 10-day courses, and serving up to 600 people at a time throughout the year. VRI also works on translating and publishing Pali texts (the classical language in which Gautam Buddha taught), and researches into the application of Vipassana in daily life.
Child Rights and You (CRY)
Formerly known as Child Relief and You, CRY is an independent, secular, non-political, not-for-profit organization in India. CRY works towards restoring the basic rights to children, and works across levels from direct action to advocacy, mobilizing public opinion and policy change.
HelpAge India is a non-religious, non-profit organization, serving the needs of the elderly in India for more than 30 years. HelpAge helps to protect the rights of India’s estimated 90 million “grey” population and provides relief to them through various interventions, directly impacting the lives of hundreds of thousands through their services every year.
The Liver Foundation, founded by a group of doctors and social activists, works towards facilitating, advocating and promoting education, support and research for the prevention, treatment and cure of liver disease.
Samaritan Help Mission
Samaritan Help Mission (SHM) is a voluntary, not for profit organization based in Tikipara slum of Howrah (West Bengal) in India. SHM works for the emancipation and empowerment of poor children of the area who previously have been involved in various nefarious activities and local women who lack opportunities to join the mainstream, through education and vocational training.
Bharatiya Bhasha Parishad
Bharatiya Bhasha Parishad (BBP) is a treasure-house of the Indian literary heritage. With its multilingual knowledge resources and fine library, BBP is an important center for socio-cultural and literary research of eastern India. BBP undertakes seminal cross-culture liaisons globally and facilitates mutual respect through interchange of literary ideas and information.
Parivaar is a humanitarian service organization, based in 24 Parganas (S), West Bengal, and at present is chiefly working for total care and overall development of children from categories like orphans, girl children highly vulnerable to exploitation, victimization, and trafficking, street children, abandoned children, extremely impoverished children from tribal areas and other such highly vulnerable children.
Close to 13.5 million underprivileged children in India are into child labor. Akshaya Patra helps underprivileged children by providing them with a healthy, balanced meal that they would otherwise have to work for. The meal is an incentive for them to continue their education. It helps reduce the dropout rate to an enormous extent and increases classroom attendance.