Films on volunteering
Be More, Do More: ProEngage Volunteer helps build Donor Management System for Non-profit
ProEngage is a part time, skill based volunteering programme for Tata employees, their family members and retired Tata colleagues. Volunteers share their skills to help effect lasting change that impacts communities and improves lives. ProEngage Volunteer Yatrik has helped build a Donor Management Information System for the Blind People's Association, in Ahmedabad. This is his story.
Be More, Do More: ProEngage Volunteer Creates Reporting System and Trains Non-profit Staff at Sanand
ProEngage is a part time, skill based volunteering programme for Tata employees, their family members and retired Tata colleagues. Volunteers share their skills to help effect lasting change that impacts communities and improves lives. ProEngage Volunteer Kunjan Singh has created a reporting system and also trained Non-profit staff at the Manav Seva Education and Charitable Trust, in Sanand. This is his story.
Be More, Do More: ProEngage Volunteer Helps Build a Health MIS for Non-profit in Udaipur
ProEngage is a part time, skill based volunteering programme for Tata employees, their family members and retired Tata colleagues. Volunteers share their skills to help effect lasting change that impacts communities and improves lives. ProEngage Volunteer Lay Shah has helped build a Health Management Information System for Non-profit Basic Health Care Services, in Udaipur. This is his story.
Tata Volunteering Week (TVW6)
The exciting part of Tata Volunteering Week is how employees, family members and retirees, world over reach out to others in tandem – making waves with their collective efforts and new ideas to help propagate awareness and great learning. Here's a snapshot of all the exciting efforts to touch lives, through TVW6.
About Tata Engage
Tata Engage, the Tata group’s volunteering program brings together Tata employees, their family members and retired Tata colleagues from across the globe on a common volunteering platform.
Walk the Talk - ProEngagers who have paved the way (short version)
‘Leverage your skills, and make a difference while doing what you do best’ - Volunteers of ProEngage, the Tata group’s skills-based volunteering program, share their experiences from the six-month period that they worked with NGOs.
Walk the Talk - ProEngagers who have paved the way
‘Leverage your skills, and make a difference while doing what you do best’ - Volunteers of ProEngage, the Tata group’s skills-based volunteering program, share their experiences from the six-month period that they worked with NGOs.
What’s ProEngage all about?
A number of non-profits have the access and methodologies to carry out their noble deeds, but often fall short when it comes to professional expertise. ProEngage is a platform wherein volunteering projects of non-profit organisations give Tata employees, their family members and retired employees a chance to volunteer for a project that matches their skill set.
Preserving our Heritage
Established in 1896, the Connemara Library (Chennai) houses some of the most respected collections in the country. For Tata Volunteering Week 5, Tata employees helped refurbish this library, and in the process learned so much more about rare regional books. Each one played their part to realise the goal of a Million volunteering hours by the Tata group.
Learning through Fun and Games
Tata group employees contribute their time and effort to shape young mind, for a better tomorrow, as part of Tata Volunteering Week 5 held in March 2016. From games on nurturing nature, to value education lessons and more, each volunteer played their part to realise the goal of a Million volunteering hours by the Tata group.
Creating Beautiful Memories
The Tata Volunteering Week 5, held in March 2016, gave many Tata employees the opportunity to serve the community in need. Each one played their part to realise the goal of a Million volunteering hours by the Tata group.
Every Life Counts
Employees of Tata Steel Jamshedpur volunteered to improve the crematorium facilities, in Parvatighat, Jamshedpur (India). This is a touching story of one of the many community initiatives taken up by Tata employees across the group.
Trigger a Change Reaction
The fourth edition of TVW was completed on Oct 7, 2015. Employees actively volunteered for a wide variety of activities and initiatives, ranging from cleanliness and health, cooking classes, education, and more. Many meaningful steps to trigger a change reaction, many strides towards the target of a million volunteering hours!
Colours of Change
Watch Tata employees in action during Tata Volunteering Week, a volunteering format under the Tata Engage program- a platform for employees, their family members and retired Tata employees to come together and volunteer for causes close to their hearts.
Multiplying Happiness
Employees from Tata Housing, Tata Power and Tata Consulting Engineers participated in Tata Volunteering Week. Tata group employees actively took part in different community events spending time with students and elderly. The activities involved music, songs and games. A two day career counselling session was also organised for students by the group executive members of the Tata group. Overall, these activities were well received by all and left a positive feeling amongst the volunteers and the community members.
Volunteering for Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan
Tata group employees, in support of the Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan, (A national cleanliness campaign) created awareness among the public about cleanliness, hygiene and sanitation.
Youth STEM workshop at Tata Technologies
As part of Tata Technologies’ STEM youth literacy program, enthusiastic students from Detroit's Clark Preparatory Academy got a chance to learn more about automotive design and engineering, during their field visit to the company in North America. The initiative was a great way to get eager young minds interested in the subject through fun activities like drawing, clay modeling and interactions with senior leaders from the company.
Leaders Speak
Tata Volunteering Week II
Message from Dr. Mukund G Rajan
Brand Custodian and Chief Ethics Officer, Tata Sons
Anil Sardana
MD & CEO - Tata Power
DP Deshpande
Managing Director - Tata Sponge Iron Limited
R Ramanan
MD & CEO - CMC Limited
Viresh Oberoi
MD & CEO - mjunction services ltd
T V Narendran
MD - Tata Steel
Tata Volunteering Week I
Founder's Day message from Mr. Cyrus P Mistry
Group Chairman
Mr. Cyrus P Mistry
Group Chairman
Dr. Mukund G Rajan
Brand Custodian and Chief Ethics Officer, Tata Sons
Mr. Madhu Kannan
Group Head - Business Development, Tata Sons, and Member - Group Executive Council
Mr. NS Rajan
Group Chief - Human Resources Officer, Tata Sons, and Member - Group Executive Council
Mr. N Chandrasekaran
Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Tata Consultancy Services
Mr. R Mukundan
Managing Director, Tata Chemicals
Mr. Patrick McGoldrick
Chief Executive Officer, Tata Technologies
Mr. Ravindra Pisharody
Executive Director, Commercial Vehicles Business Unit,
Tata Motors