Company Stories

Tata Steel Processing and Distribution

Volunteers from Tata Steel Processing and Distribution engaged in several activities to help the poor, the destitute and the elderly to help build a better tomorrow

  • Employees catered to the needs of the inmates of Premdan, a home run by the Missionaries of Charity for the poor and elderly - nursing wounds, serving food, washing utensils and cleaning the premises
  • Volunteers interacted with underprivileged children from Calcutta Rescue in Kolkata
  • Fun events were organised for the children in Kolkata
  •  Hundred and ten children from Udbhas and Jhamapukur NGOs, were taken on a fun trip to Victoria Memorial in Kolkata


Volunteer speak

Carolyn Celine DuPratt: Around 20 volunteers from TSPDL visited an old age home, Little Sister of the Poor, and spent time with the aged, talked to them and brought smiles to their faces. We organised a short entertainment programme which brought so much happiness and joy to them. We entertained them by singing, reciting and also organised a quiz based on Bollywood films and were amazed to watch their eagerness to answer and their knowledge and good memory of old movies. Our COO, Abraham Stephanos, entertained them by playing the guitar and singing some old English songs which they joined in singing and started tapping to the music. Some elderly ladies also got up and danced. We left the home feeling so good within ourselves by spending time with these elderly people. We would definitely do this again.