LMW CSR
LMW

Renovated Perianaickenpalayam Railway Station at a cost of around 2 crores

LMW CSR
LMW

Renovated Government Schools in rural areas

LMW CSR
LMW

Installed solar powered LED lights in villages at Palamalai hills

LMW CSR
LMW

Under livelihood development program villagers in Palamalai hills were given mushroom cultivation training

LMW CSR
LMW

Organized Veterinary health check-up camps

LMW CSR
LMW

LMW Employees participated in Swachh Bharat cleaning campaign

LMW CSR
LMW

Conducted Participatory Rural Appraisal program in Palamalai hills

Corporate Social Responsibility

LMW has incorporated the values of trust and responsibility towards society where it operates. As a responsible Corporate entity, LMW contributes towards the inclusive growth by supporting and empowering the communities and accelerating development. Under its Corporate Responsibility, LMW drive has taken up various social initiatives aimed at the welfare of the economically weaker population of the society and also in the development of infrastructure in the rural areas of Coimbatore.

LMW’s CSR approach with its strong focus on holistic sustainable development principal believes that for a positive change to become sustainable the active participation and ownership by the community is a vital factor.

As a result the Company’s CSR initiatives focuses on an inclusive model of development programs positioning the community as change agents in the path to progress rather than being just a recipient.

The following are the core focus areas of its CSR initiatives – Healthcare, Education, Infrastructure and Livelihood enhancement. During 2017 - 18, the Company invested ₹647.95 Lakhs for various activities.

  • Renovated the Periyanaickenpalayam Railway Station – a project which was completed in June 2017.
  • Installed solar powered LED street lights in each of the 7 settlements/ villages spread across the Palamalai Hills home to about 1,100 tribals.
  • Supported Government schools by improving classrooms and its furniture and upgrading school infrastructure.
  • Organised mushroom Cultivation training program for improving the livelihood of tribals in Palamalai Hills.
  • Organized a veterinary health camp in the Palamalai Villages to ensure the health of livestock of people living in the Palamalai Hills.
  • Organized in association with Aravind Eye Hospital, an eye check - up and cataract surgery camp in Kaniyur for the benefit of more than 1,600 people from neighbouring villages.
  • Conducted health awareness program for school children studying in Government Tribal Food & Stay School in Kunjurpathi, Palamalai.
  • Organised a cleaning drive and awareness creation campaign in the Govindanaickenpalayam village.