Axalta funds Pardada Pardadi Educational Society

Axalta’s funding helps PPES provide education material, uniforms and healthcare facilities, so young girls can focus on getting an education that benefits them as adults. Since PPES works to improve women’s lives in rural India. and empower those in the poorest sectors of society. Free education for girls and job opportunities for women is provided to create a new generation of self-reliant and educated women who can break out of the poverty cycle. The donation will help PPES expand efforts in communities surrounding Axalta office in Delhi-NCR.

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Axalta team including Mr.Lokender Pal Singh (Business Manager India-Refinish), Mr. Sharad Arora (Finance Manager), Ms. Medha Jain( HR Leader – India) and Mr. Mark Khanna( Marketing Communications Specialist ) visited the Pardada Pardadi school to interact with both the staff and students and formalize the association with PPES.

Vinay Rajadhyaksha, Managing Director, Axalta operations in India says the company takes pride in associating with such a cause that benefits society at the grassroots level. Supporting child education can help the nation grow. It also helps develop a talent pool for businesses as they can benefit from a broadly educated population. Helping provide children with equal education opportunities by working with PPES helps contribute to this larger cause.

Renuka Gupta, CEO, Pardada Pardadi Education Society is thankful for the PPES initiative funding for education of rural girls. The partnership is a major game changer, as it furthers gender development, and creates an efficient work force for the industry. The initiative enhances rural economy, leading to expansion of markets in the region. The coatings company is committed to support education and community based initiatives, reflecting its commitment to sustainability.