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CSR Initiatives


Brigade’s efforts for the welfare of construction workers

Our nation finds itself in desperate times as the Coronavirus pandemic makes its way around the world. While the lockdown response aims to control the spread of the virus in India, unfortunately most daily wage workers are vulnerable now more than ever without access to livelihood, food and medical care, while being away from their families when they need them the most.

Through the Brigade Foundation, Brigade has allocated ₹2.5 Crores on an immediate basis, towards the welfare of 10,000 construction workers who have been forced to stop working. We are allocating these funds across multiple outreach efforts, including direct provision of daily rations, sponsoring 60,000 meals through Akshaya Patra, and wherever possible, direct transfer payments to their Jan Dhan accounts. We are making all efforts to keep the construction workers motivated, safe and healthy, by conducting counselling sessions and exercise sessions to stay mentally and physically active.


Over the course of the coming weeks, we will continue to monitor how best we can provide help and support to those most affected by the pandemic and resulting economic impact. Our response will aim to address those aspects of welfare that may not be possible to meet as part of an official government outreach. We thank our community members for coming forward to offer their help – these times do bring out the best in humanity. We will get through this together.

In addition, Brigade has contributed Rs.10 lakhs towards the Chief Minister Relief Fund COVID-19.


Brigade Group—Making a difference

Brigade has been committed to the environment in all its developments and has been a responsible developer, be it planting trees in and around our projects, rejuvenating lakes, preservation of ancient trees and creating Green lung spaces at our projects. Being a mindful brand, we strongly believe in our philosophy of providing a better quality of life for people within our projects as well as the neighbourhood. We have been dedicated in giving back to the society since inception, even when CSR was not a mandatory activity for corporates.

Over the 33 years of Brigade's evolution, we have taken many initiatives as corporate citizens, in Bangalore and Mysuru. For instance:
  • Brigade Group has supported the artisans & painters of Karnataka through generous financial help. Some of their art works adorn various Brigade establishments.
  • Brigade Group redeveloped the Yeshwantpur Police Station in Bangalore.
  • Brigade Group took the initiative in strengthening the road infrastructure by the Development and formation of a 2.4-km long and 50-65 feet wide road stretch of the further extension of 24th Main in J.P. Nagar costing ₹35 million. In appreciation of this gesture, the civic authorities concerned have renamed the road “Brigade Millennium Road”.
  • Remodeled and renovated the office building of Chief Fire Officer Bangalore West Zone located at the High Grounds Fire Station.
  • Brigade Group and the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, a premier Institute of National Importance, have established a Chair Professorship/fellowship in the Department of Civil Engineering, IIT Madras for Education and Research in the areas of Project Management, Construction Engineering and affordable Housing.
  • Brigade Group has instituted an annual statewide Young Achiever Award, in association with Rotary International for both individuals and teams below 28 years of age and residents of Karnataka. The award has been instituted to recognize and encourage the achievements of young people in professional, cultural, social, or other specific areas of endeavour.
  • Brigade Group has Instituted the scholarship & merit awards to the civil engineering students of 3rd and 4th year of R.V. College of Engineering, Bangalore.
  • Brigade Group has contributed and Installed a statue of Swami Vivekananda at Ulsoor in Bangalore.
  • Brigade Group is proud of its association with the Animal Adoption Scheme of Bangalore's Bannerghatta Biological Park. We are adoptive parents to two birds (a peacock and Khaleeja pheasant) and three animals (an elephant, hippopotamus and lion cub)!
  • Brigade Group also adopted an Elephant, Tiger, Hippopotamus, Giraffe and a Gorilla at the Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens (Mysore Zoo), Mysuru.
  • Brigade Group redeveloped the 3 acre Sangolli Rayanna Park in Malleswaram and also the 5-acre Sri. Nadaprabhu Kempegowda Park in Malleswaram, Bangalore.
  • Brigade Group commissioned and installed the statue of Mahatma Gandhi at Brigade Gateway Campus, Bangalore.
  • Brigade Group took up the Rejuvenation of Sitarampalya lake in Whitefield and restored it to its pristine glory.
  • In association with The Ugly Indian(TUI), we worked towards beautification of the Sandal Soap station metro pillars. The activity saw a turnout of over 50 Brigade employees along with the TUI team who guided the volunteers in the process of cleaning, designing and painting the pillars and the walls. This project was completed in 2 weeks.
  • The Indian Music Experience Museum in J P Nagar Bangalore—a first-of-its-kind experiential museum of music in India. The Indian Music Experience Museum is a non-profit initiative of the Indian Music Experience Trust and is supported by Brigade Group.
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