At Quick Heal, we are committed to delivering superior and sustainable value to our customers, channel partners, employees as well as the community in which we operate. We have identified three causes - environment, education and cyber awareness and have aligned our community initiatives under these. To accomplish our objectives of giving back to the community, we work with several verified non profit organizations.
We have created Quick Heal Foundation in August 2014 and its activities are monitored by a committee of our Board of Directors. It is an independent entity of Quick Heal Technologies Limited, implementing CSR activities all over India and has been registered under Societies Act.
To empower youth and enhance the communities in which we live and work.
To enable and increase employability of the youth, encourage entrepreneurship and inspire everyone to contribute towards building better and sustainable communities.
To initiate programs that will help in reducing the impact of certain socio-economic challenges such as; unemployment, cyber crime, medical facilities in remote locations, sex education.
Cyber Awareness Program
Quick Heal has engaged over 60 students from two colleges in Pune to impart training on topics such as; types of cyber crime, prevention from cyber bullying, online frauds, online privacy and safety, unauthorized access to accounts. Over 12,000 students in Pune have been reached out through this program
Quick Heal has been working for the upliftment of over 3,000 people from Katkari tribe at Paud near Pune. The company has constructed for them amenities required to lead a hygienic and progressive lifestyle such as; a community center measuring 800 square feet, community based school called ‘Ekal Vidyalaya’, tube well and water tank, bathrooms, plantation in the area and has also appointed a full time social worker for overall development of the people and the area.
Mobile Medical Services
Quick Heal has donated a mobile van to Rukdikar Maharaj Trust which has been developed as a mobile clinic to reach people in remote locations of Maharashtra and provide them medical treatment. So far 72,000 people have benefited from this program.
Life Skill Project
Quick Heal has adopted 10 Municipal Corporation schools and has been conducting counselling sessions for more than 1,000 students from these 10 schools. The students are from 8th, 9th and 10th standard.
We have partnered with an NGO ‘Pankh’ for these counseling sessions. The counseling center - ‘Shalaangan’ conducts sessions on topics such as; behavioral problems, family problems, addiction, difficulty in studies, sex education, HIV and AIDS awareness, child abuse and sexual abuse. So far around 2000 students and parents have benefited from this program.