With effect from April 1, 2014, every company, which either has;

  • a net worth of Rs 500 crore or
  • a turnover of Rs 1,000 crore or
  • net profit of Rs 5 crore,

needs to spend at least 2% of its average net profit for the immediately preceding three financial years on corporate social responsibility activities.

Wildlife SOS can help you achieve your CSR Goals

Acting as your Implementing Partner Wildlife SOS can:

  • Identify or develop a programme that complements your CSR policy
  • Effectively execute that programme
  • Provide turn-key, transparent financial reporting, in a timely fashion, meeting all required CSR

Wildlife SOS’s Programmes
Come Within Schedule VII of CSR ACT

  • Conservation Education & Awareness
  • Educate Children & Discourage Child Marriage
  • Provide Seed Funding & Training for Alternative Livelihoods/Micro-Enterprises
  • Facilitate Women Empowerment through Skill Training/ Cottage Industries
  • Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation
  • Environmental Conservation & Habitat Restoration
  • Human-wildlife Conflict Mitigation
  • Development & Management of Wildlife Rescue Facilities
  • Anti- Poaching and Wildlife Enforcement Training

Wildlife SOS Is A Reliable and Trusted Implementing Partner

  • Registered with NGO Partnership with Government of India (Unique ID: DL/2014/0084183)
  • Registered with Ministry of Corporate Affairs IICA-IA Hub (IA Hub Code:A000170)
  • MOU with 10 State Governments for biodiversity conservation initiatives
  • Support from the Ministry of Women & Child Development (MWCD), GOI for our Indigenous Community Women Empowerment Initiative
  • MOU with Delhi Government & GMR Airport Management for humane animal control
  • Being Supported by Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) – a Maharatna PSU for Habitat Restoration in Karnataka
  • Working with Project Elephant, Ministry of Environment & Forests and Climate Change, GOI
  • Recognized by The Animal Welfare Board of India (AWBI), GOI
  • Working closely with Central Zoo Authority (CZA), GOI

The fundamentals of CSR rest on the fact that not only public policy but even corporates should be responsible enough to address social issues. Thus companies should deal with the challenges and issues looked after to a certain extent by the states. Among other countries India has one of the oldest traditions of CSR. Much has been done in recent years to make Indian Entrepreneurs aware of social responsibility as an important segment of their business activity but CSR in India has yet to receive widespread recognition.
The Ministry of Corporate Affairs has notified Section 135 and Schedule VII of the Companies Act 2013 as well as the provisions of the Companies (Corporate Social Responsibility Policy) Rules, 2014 to come into effect from April 1, 2014.
To comply with the Act, companies can undertake activities for social good listed in Schedule VII on their own or through a trusted Implementing Partner that has been in existence over three years and has a proven track record and is registered as a Trust or Society. Wildlife SOS is a well know name in India and around the world that has been working with communities and organisations to conserve India’s biodiversity and environment in an holistic manner – addressing the needs of tribal communities and protecting biodiversity.