Thoothukudi, July 29, 2015: Sterlite Copper employees voluntarily contributed funds and materials for Nepal Earthquake Relief today. An amount of Rs. 1 Lakh and materials worth of Rs. 2 Lakh was contributed towards the relief and rehabilitation of the Nepal earthquake victims.
Moved by the incident, the employees of Sterlite Copper have proactively come forward to extend their support for the noble cause and even look forward to be in front in reaching out to many more people through social contributions and initiatives.
On behalf of employees, Mr R Selvasankar, General Manager – Projects, Sterlite Copper handed over the materials and demand draft of contribution fund to Mr D Senthil Kannan, Vice Chairman – Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), Thoothukudi District at his office.
Mr George, Coordinator – CII Thoothukudi District and Sterlite Copper officials were present during the function.
Photo Cut Line: Handed over the contribution demand draft for Nepal Earthquake Relief by Mr R Selvasankar, General Manager – Projects, Sterlite Copper to Mr D Senthil Kannan, Vice Chairman – CII, Thoothukudi District
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