*This amount includes INR 18 lakhs donated by Oracle (OFSS) Processing Services Limited.
*This amount includes INR 2.4 crores donated by Oracle Solution Services India.
For more than five years, Oracle has donated millions of dollars annually to support nonprofit and nongovernmental organizations working to advance education, protect the environment, and strengthen communities in India. In FY21, we donated more than INR 55 crores to organizations providing immediate, pandemic-related relief with particular focus on women, children, and migrant workers. Our grant making primarily supports projects in and around areas local to our offices, including Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Mumbai, Trivandrum, and Hyderabad.
In FY21, Oracle Financial Services Software also contributed to the Prime Minister's Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations Fund (PM CARES Fund), a public charitable trust that provides relief and assistance to address public health emergencies—or any other kind of emergency, calamity, or distress—including the COVID-19 pandemic.
Oracle’s grant supported migrant workers, women, and children by providing dry rations and training to rebuild broken supply chains and revitalize local economies.
Oracle’s grant supported migrant workers, women, and children through food assistance and dry ration kits, as well as access to employment and apprenticeship opportunities, entrepreneurship training, and remedial education.
Oracle’s grant equipped frontline healthcare workers with personal protective equipment kits at designated COVID-19 hospitals.
Oracle’s grant provided hygiene kits and personal protective equipment to female primary healthcare workers and caregivers.
Oracle’s grant provided migrant workers, women, and children with dry ration and emergency supplies, and employment opportunities.
Oracle’s grant supported migrant workers, women, and children by providing dry rations, vitamin and mineral supplements, hygiene kits, and hand washing stations.
Oracle’s grant empowered migrant workers, women, and children through access to Mobile Health Units, nutrition, and employment opportunities.
Oracle’s grant supported migrant workers in rural communities by connecting them with skill-building and income-generating opportunities and reviving livelihoods.
Oracle’s grant provided hygiene kits to women and girls and personal protective equipment to frontline health workers in migrant communities.
Oracle’s grant supported migrant workers, women, and children by providing nutritional supplements, health checkups, and emergency transportation.
Oracle’s grant supported children in migrant communities by providing health and safety training, psychosocial support, and COVID-19 education.
Oracle’s grant equipped community volunteers and field staff with personal protective equipment to identify out-of-school girls, enroll them in school, and connect them to online education resources and life-skills training.
Oracle’s grant helped workers regain stability with psychosocial counseling and connection to government schemes, including labor registration and microenterprise loans.
Oracle’s grant delivered health and nutrition services, implemented infection containment strategies, and trained health workers and public health NGOs.