One MG Hector sold means one-month education of one girl child is taken care of - All details here
MG has announced that it will contribute towards facilitating one month’s education for every girl child from every Hector sold. MG will make this happen by leveraging its partnership with IIMPACT NGO.
At the time when the girl child education has gained prime focus, car maker Morris Garages (MG) Motor India has come up with a noble plan for contribution to make a difference in the girl child education. MG has announced that it will contribute towards facilitating one month’s education for every girl child from every Hector sold. MG will make this happen by leveraging its partnership with IIMPACT NGO.
"In partnership with IIMPACT, an NGO engaged in providing education to young girls through its learning centres in remote villages across the country, MG has adopted and will be supporting 30 learning centres to begin with. MG India plans to increase this number substantially every year as the scale of its operations grows as part of its focus on ‘community building’," MG said in a statement.
MG (Morris Garages) Motor India recently launched the much-awaited HECTOR at a very special introductory price of Rs 12.18 Lakhs-16.88 Lakhs (ex-showroom, New Delhi.)
Speaking on the partnership, Rajeev Chaba, President & Managing Director, MG Motor India, said, “As responsible corporate citizens, MG India and IIMPACT share a common vision of supporting, providing access to women to support themselves and transform their lives and the community around them. Educating and empowering the girl child is amongst the most impactful ways of doing so. With IIMPACT, the focus is on girls hailing from underprivileged backgrounds, as they work towards creating a better future for themselves. The initiative also enables owners of MG vehicles to contribute to and support a critical cause and become MGChangemakers.”
Commenting on the initiative, Rema Harish, Executive Director, IIMPACT, said, “We share a common vision with MG India, an organization which is focused on gender diversity as a core principle. Our aim is to provide access to quality education to the girl child, particularly in areas lagging in basic social services and economic development. Regional inequalities are compounded by historical social inequalities, particularly for the girl child. Our program seeks to bring about social change through education. We are grateful for this partnership which will help address issues in these specific areas.”